The University of Florida recruiting class for 2019 is impressive, to say the least. With names like Jalon Jones and Jaelin Humphries already committed, Dan Mullen has proven his recruiting skills are much better than what Florida fans are used to.
But some of those commits are doing their fair share of recruiting for the team as well.
One of those commits is 4-star inside linebacker Diwun Black. He announced he was coming to play for the Florida Gators in early August, and since then he has taken to Twitter to recruit other players who haven’t yet decided where they are going to take their talents.
Ever since Black committed to Florida, he has been all Gators all the time. His Twitter is flooded with retweets and replies to other players around the nation.
4-star cornerback Jaydon Hill has also taken to Twitter to talk to players and show them that Florida is the place to be.
As the Gators move away from the recruitment styles of former head coach Jim McElwain, new commits like Black are changing the Gator Nation. They are getting people excited about the UF football program and what it could be.
Even after the disappointing loss to Kentucky this past weekend, Black’s support for the Gators was unwavering.
He took to Twitter after the game and posted this tweet.
To all Florida players & coaches we had a tough loss.💯but Ayee we can’t change the past, but what we can change is the future. Soooo this week let’s be tough & more focus, let’s grind in fixs mental mistakes💯🐊 I believe in you guys, we got this🐊💯 #GoGators #ChompChomp🐊🐊
— DIWUN BLACK🤘🏾 (@diwunblack) September 9, 2018
Commits like Black and Hill will change the way football is played in Gainesville. They are bringing a new energy to the Swamp that we haven’t seen for a while.
The Mullen era is bringing the Gator Nation back, and we can’t wait to see the way Florida football will change in the next few years.
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