The Florida Gators 2019 class is pretty much finished with 21 of their 23 commits have signed. The only two commits that haven’t signed yet are four-star linebacker Diwun Black and four-star WR Arjei Henderson. Both of the Florida commits are expected to sign with the Florida Gators on National Signing Day. The Gators still have some open spots for the remaining 2019 uncommitted or unsigned recruits. Florida still has some needs to finish their 2019 recruiting class with an exclamation point. Here are the top three remaining Class of 2019 Gators targets.
Four-star CB Kaiir Elam
The biggest remaining target for the Florida Gators in the 2019 recruiting cycle is Kaiir Elam. The Under Armour All-American has been one of Florida’s top targets from the beginning. Elam is a Florida legacy as his uncle was Baltimore Ravens first round pick former Gator great, Matt Elam. The younger Elam has already announced he’ll sign on National Signing Day. The Gators are competing with the Georgia Bulldogs for Kaiir Elam’s signature. Georgia recently hired former Gators cornerback coach Charlton Warren to be their defensive backs coach. Florida made their cornerback hire fairly quickly as the Gators hired Washington Redskins and former Florida DB coach Torrian Gray.
Four-star DE Charles Moore
Another Under Armour All-American the Gators are very high on is Charles Moore. The UA All-American defensive end originally committed to Dan Mullen at Mississippi State. Moore decommitted from the Bulldogs before his official visit with the Auburn Tigers as the favorites. After the official visit to Florida, Florida was trending for the former Mississippi State commit and is right in the thick of things. Charles Moore would be a great get for the Florida Gators as they need one more defensive lineman in the class. Moore is expected to commit on National Signing Day.
Four-star ATH Mark-Antony Richards
Mark-Antony Richards is an intriguing recruit as he can play all over the field. Most schools are looking to use him on the offensive side of the ball including Florida. The Gators would like to use Richards in the same role was wide receiver Kadarius Toney. Both of their games are very similar and can find Florida’s offense perfectly. Mark-Antony Richards will be a tough get for the Gators as he’s the younger brother of former Miami Hurricanes wide receiver Ahmmon Richards.