The second week of the season, and the opening round of region play, produced many great…
Dee Finley Returns from Gainesville
"I went down this past weekend for the Auburn game," Dee Finley said. "I guess the Gators just didn't prepare well enough for Auburn." "Overall it was a great environment. It was my first time to visit The Swamp for a game. The crowd gets you pumped up. That's the loudest I have ever heard a crowd. They were glad to have me down there." The University of Florida has only eight verbal pledges, but it's a great class with the top two safeties in the country committed to the Gators. "It was big to get Will Hill to commit," Finley said. "I feel real good about that. To have that much talent in the seconday is scary. We will be hard to beat. I have met the other two cornerbacks [Jeremy Brown, Janoris Jenkins] as well." "So far we have a lot of talent. We have one of the best kickers [Caleb Sturgis] in the country, a good running back [Franklin Green] and a pretty good defense. I think we are going to pull in a good class. I have been talking to guys like Jerrell Harris and Brendon Beal as well." When asked of other official visits Finley said, "Right now I am not sure if I will take any visits. None of the schools still recruiting me have asked me to visit. I still get mail from LSU, Auburn and Clemson." "I feel pretty good about my commitment to Florida. It's not February yet, but I am pretty solid with my decision. I really don't know what it would take for another school to sway my decision. I plan to officially visit Florida for the Florida State game." The Gators face a tough task after the home loss to Auburn as they travel Saturday night to Baton Rouge to play the top team in the country, the LSU Tigers. "I hope they pull out a win. They have to go in there and play tough. I will be at home watching the game," Finley said. Auburn (4-1) will travel Friday night to Enterprise. Finley has recorded 35 tackles and two interceptions this season with all the schools playing smart football keeping away from his direction.
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