GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Florida’s receiver board is growing smaller as signing day nears.
Four-star wideout Binjimen Victor, who was scheduled to visit UF this weekend, committed to Ohio State on Monday and did not list the Gators as a finalist.
Another in-state receiver also isn’t considering the Gators anymore. Following his trip to Auburn this past weekend, Nate Craig-Myers told SEC Country his favorites are “Ole Miss, Auburn, North Carolina and Florida State. I really don’t have a top school right now. Once I finish my officials, I will.”
Despite four Florida coaches going to see him last Thursday, Craig-Myers does not plan to officially visit the Gators this month. With Craig-Myers and Victor — two recruits who were once UF leans — no longer looking at Florida, the staff still has three other top-100 receiver options.
Miami commit Sam Bruce (see latest update) and Auburn commit Eli Stove (see latest update) are scheduled to visit Gainesville this weekend, and Houston pledge Tyrie Cleveland (see latest update) will take an official to Florida on Jan. 29 along with Gators WR commit Rick Wells.
This week, Florida will also go see four-star wideout Tre Nixon (see latest update) in hopes of getting him on campus for a visit.
The Gators’ 2016 class currently has four receivers. Three of them (Joshua Hammond, Freddie Swain and junior college athlete Dre Massey) are already enrolled.
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