GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Florida may not be done landing recruits from Southridge High School in Miami.
Kemore Gamble, the state of Florida’s No. 1 tight end, committed to the Gators at their spring game.
His teammate, cornerback Shawn Davis, could follow suit. Davis holds offers from more than two dozen schools, including Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia and LSU.
“I’m trying to get him to Florida and I’m going to get him to Florida,” Gamble said of Davis. “I think we’ll get him.”
Since his pledge to UF two months ago, Gamble has been talking up the school to Davis.
“I tell him this is the place to be,” Gamble said of their conversations. “The people here love us. I’m always talking to him about it.”
Apparently his efforts are paying off. Mark Pope, a 2018 wide receiver from Southridge, told SEC Country both Davis and Gamble are recruiting him to Florida.
“Some kids from my school are coming here,” Pope said. “They’ve been in my ear, Shawn Davis and Kemore Gamble.”
Gamble, who shined in Florida’s 7v7 tournament Friday, is confident Davis will pick the Gators.
“That’s my bro,” Gamble said. “I know.”