Early Signing Day Schedule, courtesy of Gatorcountry

We’re less than a day away from early signing day for the Florida Gators and the rest of the country as a lot of prospects will be sending in their letter of intents on Wednesday.

The action will get started around 7:00 AM on Wednesday as commits will be the first to send in letter of intents.

GatorCountry brings you a quick look at the schedule for announcements and signing times for the Gators commits and targets on Wednesday.

While some commits have signing day ceremonies planned, they will still likely send in their letter of intents early in the morning.

Commits

Quarterback Jalon Jones-8:30 A.M.

Running back Nay’Quan Wright-9:00 A.M

Athlete Trent Whittemore-

Receiver Ja’Markis Weston- 8:00 A.M.

Receiver Dionte Marks-2:30 P.M.

Offensive lineman Wardrick Wilson

Offensive lineman Ethan White

Offensive lineman Riley Simonds-7:05 A.M

Offensive lineman Michael Tarquin-5:30 P.M.

Offensive lineman Kingsley Eguakun

Offensive lineman William Harrod-9:00 A.M

Defensive lineman Jaelin Humphries-11:30 A.M.

Linebacker Tyron Hopper-8:00 A.M

Linebacker Jesiah Pierre- 12:15 P.M.

Linebacker Mohamoud Diabate-

Defensive back Chester Kimbrough

Defensive back Jaydon Hill-4:45 P.M.

Targets

Running back Trey Sanders-1:00 P.M. ESPN

Tight end Keon Zipperer-11:30 A.M. ESPN

Offensive lineman Deyavie Hammond-11:30 A.M. ESPN

Defensive lineman Brandon Dorlus-9:00 A.M.

Defensive lineman Lloyd Summerall- 11:30 A.M. ESPN

Defensive lineman Derick Hunter- 2:00 P.M.

Defensive lineman Siaki Ika-9:00 A.M.

In the top 10 🐊

Florida jumps to #9 in the AP poll this week. The #Gators take on #7 Georgia Saturday in Jacksonville. Game Day and the SEC Network will both be there. This is a great opportunity for the Gator Brand.

This game is again relevant, the key to the SEC championship game. Coach Mullen and his staff have done a great job putting these players in a position to succeed as a team. GO GATORS.

Take a knee

Take a knee…

I don’t think I’ve ever read anything more powerful than this piece

It was written by Ted Nugent

Take a little trip to Valley Forge in January. Hold a musket ball in your
fingers and imagine it piercing your flesh and breaking a bone or two.
There won’t be a doctor or trainer to assist you until after the battle, so
Just wait your turn. Take your cleats and socks off to get a real
experience.

Then, take a knee on the beach in Normandy where man after American man
stormed the beach, even as the one in front of him was shot to pieces, the
very sea stained with American blood. The only blockers most had were the
dead bodies in front of them, riddled with bullets from enemy fire.

Take a knee in the sweat soaked jungles of Vietnam. From Khe Sanh to
Saigon, anywhere will do. Americans died in all those jungles There was no
playbook that told them what was next, but they knew what flag they
represented. When they came home, they were protested as well, and spit on
for reasons only cowards know.

Take another knee in the blood drenched sands of Fallujah in 110 degree
heat. Wear your Kevlar helmet and battle dress. Your number won’t be
printed on it unless your number is up! You’ll need to stay hydrated but
there won’t be anyone to squirt Gatorade into your mouth. You’re on your
own.

There are a lot of places to take a knee where Americans have given their
lives all over the world. When you use the banner under which they fought
as a source for your displeasure, you dishonor the memories of those who
bled for the very freedoms you have. That’s what the red stripes mean. It
represents the blood of those who spilled a sea of it defending your
liberty.

While you’re on your knee, pray for those that came before you, not on a
manicured lawn striped and printed with numbers to announce every inch of
ground taken, but on nameless hills and bloodied beaches and sweltering
forests and bitter cold mountains, every inch marked by an American life
lost serving that flag you protest.

No cheerleaders, no announcers, no coaches, no fans, just American men and
women, delivering the real fight against those who chose to harm us,
blazing a path so you would have the right to “take a knee.” You haven’t
any inkling of what it took to get you where you are, but your “protest” is
duly noted. Not only is it disgraceful to a nation of real heroes, it
serves the purpose of pointing to your ingratitude for those who chose to
defend you under that banner that will still wave long after your jersey is
retired.

If you really feel the need to take a knee, come with me to church on
Sunday and we’ll both kneel before Almighty God. We’ll thank Him for
preserving this country for as long as He has We’ll beg forgiveness for our
ingratitude for all He has provided us. We’ll appeal to Him for
understanding and wisdom. We’ll pray for liberty and justice for all,
because He is the one who provides those things. But there will be no
protest. There will only be gratitude for His provision and a plea for His
continued grace and mercy on the land of the free and the home of the
brave. It goes like this, GOD BLESS AMERICA

Prayers for Neiron Ball

The Myricks and Ball family are asking for prayers to be lifted for JHS alumnus Neiron Ball. He is currently in a coma and is not responding to stimuli as desired, and the family will be with him this week to see what can be done to help him heal and wake up. This young man has already been through so much in his life, and we know the family would appreciate your love and kindness.

Praying for Neiron!

LSU game info, 10/6

The Florida Gators hosts the LSU Tigers on October 6. Today, the SEC announced a start time and television channel for the contest. The contest will kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET and be televised live on CBS. Brad Nessler, Gary Danielson and reporter Jamie Erdahl call the contest from Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, Fla.

During halftime, the 2008 National Champion Football team will be honored. Tim Tebow, the legendary Gator Quarterback will be inducted into the Ring of Honor.

🏈 2019 Gator Football Schedule 🏈

The Gator schedule for next year:

Aug. 31 – vs. Miami (Orlando)
Sept. 7 – UT-Martin
Sept. 14 – @ Kentucky
Sept. 21 – Tennessee
Sept. 28 – Towson
Oct. 5 – Auburn
Oct. 12 – @ LSU
Oct. 19 – @ South Carolina
Oct. 26 – BYE
Nov. 2 – vs. Georgia (Jacksonville)
Nov. 9 – Vanderbilt
Nov. 16 – @ Missouri
Nov. 23 – BYE
Nov. 30 – Florida State

Now Category 4

NEW: Florence is now a category 4 hurricane. Data from a NOAA Hurricane Hunter indicate that Florence has continued to rapidly strengthen and has maximum sustained winds near 130 mph (195 km/h) and a minimum central pressure of 946 mb (27.93 inches) hurricanes.gov