After a relatively short official visitor list this past weekend, business is picking up considerably this weekend as Florida plays host to seven official visitors, including the No. 1 rated overall prospect in the nation.
Here is a breakdown of who is expected to be on campus this weekend for Florida as well as a look at where the Gators' top targets are scheduled to be.
Even though this is a big weekend on the recruiting trail for the Gators, there are still a few other top targets visiting elsewhere.
Five-star cornerback Jalen Ramsey is set to visit Southern California this weekend. With the Gators being considered to be very much in the running for this Rivals100 member. Four-star defensive end Jason Hatcher will be there as well.
Five-star defensive tackle Montravius Adams will officially visit Alabama this weekend. Florida defensive line coach Bryant Young has been by to visit Adams at school twice since the contact period opened.
Four-star linebacker Quinton Powell will officially visit Southern Cal this weekend. With five linebackers already in the fold for Florida, it was interesting that the Gators new defensive coordinator - D.J. Durkin - stopped by to visit with him this week in order to tell him that the Gators are still interested.
Four-star running back Alex Collins will officially visit the Miami Hurricanes his weekend along with four-star defensive lineman JayNard Bostwick.
Three-star wide receiver James Clark will officially visit Clemson this weekend.
Three-star JUCO defensive tackle Jarran Reed will officially visit North Carolina this weekend after spending last weekend in Gainesvile.
The Gators will also host four of their committed prospects for unofficial visits this weekend.
Skinny: Bailey has not wavered at all in his commitment to Florida. Having him on campus this weekend should only help Florida's chances with Nkemdiche, a prospect Bailey talks with on twitter and hung around some while at Under Armour.
TASHAWN BOWER 6-5, 241 pounds Somerville (N.J.) Immaculata Primary Recruiter: Bryant Young Weakside defensive end ranking: No.
14 New Jersey ranking: No. 9
Skinny: While he may be committed to Auburn, Bower is still looking around at a few schools. With a few other guys left on the board that are most likely higher priorities at this time, even if he wanted to, I wouldn't expect any commitment from this prospect this weekend.
Skinny: Neal was one of Florida's first commitments and from the very start there has been no change or second thoughts in his status or level of commitment to the Gators. Not only has he been rock solid, he has helped work on several other prospects while at camps and all star events. Throughout his senior season he has seen his stock rise, moving up roughly 200 spots over the last three ranking cycles.
ROBERT NKEMDICHE 6-5, 260 pounds Logan (Ga.) Grayson Primary Recruiter: Bryant Young Strongside defensive end ranking: No.
1 Rivals100 ranking: No. 1
Skinny: Many have the nations number one overall prospect tagged as a done deal for Ole Miss. However many of Florida's commits have been on him to take a visit and give Florida a chance. Having so many coaches and commits around him expect the red carpet to be rolled out. If this visit goes well Florida could perhaps work their way into the mix with Nkemdiche, but for now the smart money is on the Rebels.
ANTONIO RILES 6-4, 262 pounds Lawrenceville (Ga.) Archer Primary
Recruiter: Bryant Young Strongside defensive end ranking: No. 20 Georgia ranking: No. 37
Skinny: Swanson's coach told Inside the Gators there may be some good news from this three-star rated prospect while he is on campus. Though his academic situation has improved, he still isn't completely out of the woods just yet.