Feleipe Franks committed to Florida a few days ago, and he isn’t thrilled about reports that Jacob Eason, the longtime UGA commit, will take an official visit with the Gators, beginning today.
Franks, a 4-star QB from Wakulla High School (Crawfordville, Fla.), was asked how he felt about Eason visiting Florida.
“Not good,” Franks told SEC Country.
Eason, who is ranked as the No. 2 pro-style quarterback in the country, is exploring all of his options now that UGA decided to fire Mark Richt. Reportedly, Eason, who has been committed to UGA since July 2014, has his commitment in “a holding pattern.” The 5-star is expected to arrive in Gainesville on Tuesday.
Franks is supposed to receive an in-home visit from LSU coach Les Miles and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron on Tuesday as well. Franks was a long-time commit to LSU, and it’s clear that the Tigers feel like they can steal him back.
When asked if Franks is having second thoughts with his commitment to Florida, he chose to not answer the question.
“I don’t have any other comments on that,” he said.
Franks is rated as the No. 4 pro-style quarterback in the country and will enroll at whichever school he chooses in January. Eason will also enroll at his school of choice in January.