Beating the Gators this week will help Miami with South Florida recruiting
- Official Visit: Sunshine Showdown
Official Visit: Sunshine ShowdownWhen Florida and Miami meet Saturday in Coral Gables, more may be at stake than brownie points with AP voters. Some of the nation's top high school talent will be there, giving the Gators and Hurricanes a chance to impress. Jeremy Crabtree explains.Tags: Official Visit, Florida Gators, Miami Hurricanes, Dalvin Cook, Joseph Yearby, Jeffrey Holland, Anthony Moten, Jeremy Crabtree, RecruitingNation, ESPN 300, high school football recruiting
Researchers estimate there are around 2 million alligators in Florida, with the highest concentration -- 80 percent, some reports say -- located in Miami-Dade County. While there aren't that many recruits in South Florida, it is prime recruiting real estate, and Will Muschamp made it a priority to increase the number of Florida Gators from the area.
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