For the second time in as many days, the Florida Gators have increased the size of their 2015 recruiting class as three-star offensive tackle Tyler Jordan (Jacksonville, FL) committed to the program.
The third member of Florida’s slowly but surely growing class, Jordan was offered by the Gators on Feb. 10 and visited Gainesville, FL the very next weekend. When he returned on Saturday for Junior Day, his mind was made up.
Jordan (6-foot-5, 270 pounds) has been racking up offers as of late, fielding calls from Miami, South Carolina, Georgia, Ohio State, Stanford and others over the last 30 days.
He is expected to be elevated to a four-star rating when Rivals releases its new rankings.
All three of UF’s 2015 pledges are from the state of Florida. Three-star defensive back Deontai Williams (Jacksonville, FL) committed on Jan. 9, and three-star wide receiver Deondre Farrier (Orlando, FL) came to his decision on Feb. 21.
Jordan’s commitment was first reported by 247Sports.com’s Luke Stampini.