Nation's top quarterback still committed to Muschamp, Gators
The last week has certainly been a rollercoaster ride for Florida commits following the sudden resignation of Urban Meyer.
But with new head coach Will Muschamp in the fold, the recruits who had given their word to UF now must decide whether or not they want to play for the former Texas defensive coordinator.
Count Oviedo-Hagerty quarterback Jeff Driskel as being a believer in Muschamp as the new face of the Gators program.
Not long after getting the job Saturday, Muschamp was in contact with Driskel, who committed to Florida in April. Driskel and his family must have been impressed, as his mother said he remains intent on joining the Gators.
The signal caller is scheduled to report to Gainesville on Jan. 7 and will participate in spring practices.
The 6-4, 230-pounder, who ran a 4.5 in the 40-yard dash, is rated the No. 1 quarterback prospect by Rivals.com and No. 2 by Scout.com. He was the Gatorade Player of the Year in Florida as a senior this season.
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