A match made in swampy heaven

Generally speaking, I’m not keen on five-star recruits signing with rivals, but I’ll make an exception in this case.

National Signing Day for the 2020 recruiting class may have come and gone, but the Florida Gators aren’t quite done with targets in that cycle just yet. Florida still has a big fish on the line in Houston (TX) North Shore five-star running back Zachary Evans.

The Gators have been in talks with Evans for quite some time now as they have wanted to ink a high school back in the 2020 cycle to go along with transfer back Lorenzo Lingard, who enrolled in December. Florida took their next step in the chase of the talented runner as the two parties have locked in their official visit for the weekend of March 20, sources have confirmed to Swamp247.

This will be Evans’ first time visiting The Swamp, and the Gators will look to make a strong impression.

Don’t screw this up, Portal Master.  I’ve just laid in a new shipment of popcorn.


Filed under Gators, Gators..., Recruiting

24 responses to “A match made in swampy heaven

  1. W Cobb Dawg

    Maybe he can room with Cox.

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  2. RangerRuss

    It figures that Evans will succeed under cousin Eddie the Portal Master when he would fail miserably under the standards maintained at UGA. I’m not saying FU doesn’t have high standards. It’s simply that their players don’t have to meet said standards.
    Oh, and fuck those motherfuckers.

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  3. Godawg

    Funny how the gator message boards are lighting up with excitement when, only a few short weeks ago, they were gleefully saying how Evans was going to “poison” the UGA locker room. Silly lizards.

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  4. Bwahaha. Have fun with that Florida.


  5. J-Dawg

    Time to start sending the bagman to the Gainesville Chief of Police.


  6. Mick Jagger

    He will have one great fall, then be off to Raiford.


  7. Macallanlover

    They may have picked the wrong time to quit their “Attorney Huntley” affair, Evans brings potential to bring Urbie-like flashbacks to all CFB fans. They have a long history of bad boys, and Mullet was there for some of the worst FU thuggery.


  8. MGW

    The kid is a f’n stud of the highest order. Think Marcus Latimore, Todd Gurley, or Leonard Fournette. I do not want him at UF. Don’t care how bad he is in the locker room.

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  9. Anonymous

    Lololol. “We hear you like hitting your coaches. Just so happens, my offenses only really hum when I have a hybrid back who starts fights with staff. Know any killer tight ends while we’re at it?”

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  10. This kid vs Mullen would be epix. I think hes gonna hate hate hate it when he has to work. He had problems with grades. In a major Texas program. Think about that. Fighting with coaches. Multiple rumors on shopping. Sure, he may turn around.

    Or he may make Isiah Crowell look good.

    Then hes gonna have the parties and the ladies right in the face.

    Lol. He couldn’t even get it sorted by NSD.



    This is gonna be fun. O please let him sign with the Gayturds so we can break his punkass into!


  12. DawgFaithful

    This would be a classic Portal Master move. Signing the 5-star that UGA sent packing.


  13. People, enough with the ‘gay’turds…sheesh, let’s move forward a little as a society and fanbase.

    Also, does anyone here know if Zach actually did something outside of some poor behavior with his coach? He seems like he has some behavioral issues, but people on here act like he already robbed the convenient store on the east side of Athens? Lot’s of badmouthing, not a lot of hard evidence from my point of view.

    No matter what, I don’t want him going to the gators for sure.

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    • Russ

      Basically seems like he doesn’t like authority and was suspended twice this season, including the night before the state finals. And some interviews I saw with him made it sound like he doesn’t really like football, but just happens to be very good at it.

      I’d rather he not go to the Gators but the potential for drama is high.


    • 123fakest

      Oh shut up, Ben.


  14. spur21

    Chasing a troubled young man is a sign of desperation imho.