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January 4, 2014
Army All-American Bowl Game Viewing Guide
When the Army All American Game kicks off Saturday at 1 p.m. in San Antonio, Tx., there will be several Florida Gator commits and targets taking part in the game for the Gator Nation to keep an eye on.
Date: Saturday, Jan. 4, 2014 Site: Alamo Dome, San Antonio, Tx. Time: 1:00 p.m. EST TV: NBC
GATOR FANS WILL WANT TO KEEP AN EYE ON
#3 cornerback Chris Lammons: The Florida four-star commit said this week that he will visit both Florida and South Carolina in January.
#7 quarterback Will Grier: Solid as a rock, this early enrollee will be on campus next week for the start of the spring semester.
#75 offensive tackle David Sharpe: From the sounds of it, he has been solid this week. With recruiting out of the way, he has spent the week getting to know his future teammates better.
#99 defensive tackle Khairi Clark: One of Florida's most solid commitments from the start, he has been forming a friendship with Sharpe this week.
#6 linebacker Nyles Morgan: Florida is in the final four along with Ole Miss, Notre Dame and Vanderbilt.
#67 defensive tackle Malik McDowell: Many see him staying close to home and attending either Michigan or Michigan State, but he did officially visit Florida in December. He still has visits to Florida State, LSU and Ohio State remaining.
#98 linebacker Dwight Williams: He wasn't able to make it to a scheduled official visit late in the season. Though he likes the Gators, he likely has other linebackers on the board above him at this time.
* Dwight Williams: He has Florida on his list of finalists and may even have a Gators cap on the table, but he is likely to stay out west, unable to commit to Florida even if he wanted to.
DOZENS OF ARMY & UNDER ARMOUR ALL AMERICAN GAME & PRACTICE UPDATES