The Florida Gators 2019 baseball recruiting class is already wrapped up, as all of Florida’s commits have signed. Florida’s signees are focused on their senior seasons and preparing themselves for the MLB Draft if they get selected. One of those Florida signees that’s excited for his senior season and to officially be a Florida Gators is Isaac Nunez.
Going into his senior season, Nunez knows that this is last season at Lake Brantley and will be a Florida Gator very soon. Even though he’s not on campus, Nunez believes that Florida will be contending for the National Championship this season. “Since I will eventually be a Florida Gator myself, I have high expectations for the team,” said Nunez. “There’s a lot of great talent and I expect for them to start and finish the season strong and hopefully win the College World Series.”
The senior shortstop has been a big fan of the Florida Gators since he moved from New York to Florida. Nunez fell in love with the University of Florida once he got on campus. “I was inspired by the great coaching staff, beautiful camps and fields,” Nunez said. “I was also happy to stay in Florida my family and friends.”
Isaac Nunez has also set some big goals for himself as he plans to finish his high school career on a high note. “My personal goals are to get bigger, better and stronger every day,” said the Florida signee. When asked what his goals were when he gets to Florida, he said “Do what I am doing now!” “Working hard every day on and off the field. Also get my education and graduate as a business major,” Nunez said.
Who is Isaac Nunez?
Isaac Nunez is one of the top high school prospects in the country and state of Florida. Nunez is rated a perfect 10 out of 10 on Perfect Game and participated in the Perfect Game National Showcase. The Florida signee was originally committed to St. John’s University while he lived in New York. Once he moved to Florida, Nunez flipped his commitment to the Florida Gators. Nunez is a senior at Lake Brantley High School and is from Orlando, Florida. The former St. John’s commit is one of best defensive shortstops in his class and has solid power potential.