Jeff Driskel, welcome to Gator recruiting

Maybe he can talk to Corch Meyers about this:

On Friday, Weis was scheduled to be in the West Palm Beach area, paying a visit to Palm Beach Dwyer quarterback Jacoby Brissett, one of the top-rated dual-threat quarterbacks in the nation. It appears the Gators now want to add a second quarterback to this recruiting class to go along with Jeff Driskel, who is already enrolled at UF. [Emphasis added.]

There’s not much else he can do about it at this point.

Here’s betting that Tom Lemming thinks it’s a brilliant move.

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14 responses to “Jeff Driskel, welcome to Gator recruiting

  1. JBJ

    Brissett, Weiss will eat you if you don’t come to UF.

    • Dog in Fla

      Will’s mission for Weiss was go to Palm Beach County and meet Brissett.

      Weiss misunderstood and thought he was supposed to go to Hamburger Heaven in Palm Beach and eat Beef Brisket. He wants it in his belly.

  2. Hackerdog

    I wonder if they recruited Driskel as a linebacker?

  3. Tight End or converted grey shirt DB.

  4. Mike

    Boy, wanting to recruit more than one stud QBt is the height of bad ethics, right?

  5. hodgie

    Driskell is the real deal from the very limited amount I saw him play in UA allstar game. He made some amazing runs and throws against the country’s best players. I wouldn’t take a chance screwing around recruiting other qbs. He looks like he could be awesome.

  6. Go Dawgs!

    Don t sweat it, Jeff, we’re looking at the other kid as a tight end.

  7. Mayor of Dawgtown

    The other thing of note in the linked passage is that Brantley still hasn’t met with the coaches to decide about staying or going. The longer that takes the more likely Brantley is gone–if he has somewhere to go. The Brantley saga and the Driskel situation ought to give future star QB recruits pause about signing up to play in Gainesville.

  8. crapsandwich

    Well Mr. Driskel, welcome to the Swamp.