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Moments after the Florida Gators returned to the locker rooms following the 2016 Orange & Blue Debut, head coach Jim McElwain received his fourth commitment for the 2017 cycle in three-star tight end Kemore Gamble (Miami, FL).
A former Miami commitment, Gamble (6-foot-4, 214 pounds) holds offers from a number of major programs including Alabama and Tennessee but decided to play for the team he’s rooted for during his youth.
Though he’s listed as the 13th best tight end in the nation per the 247Sports Composite, Gamble checks in as the top player at his position in the state of Florida.
He is the fourth member of the Gators’ 2017 class, joining four-star quarterback Jake Allen (Fort Lauderdale, FL), four-star wide receiver Daquon Green (Tampa, FL) and three-star offensive tackle Kadeem Telfort (Miami, FL).
Co-coordinator Randy Shannon continues to do a tremendous job recruiting the South Florida area, bringing in Gamble to go along with Allen and Telfort.