Florida head coach Billy Napier continues to rebuild the Gators into his image. On Monday, he landed his second offensive line commitment in a week as in-state prospect Bryce Lovett announced his commitment via social media.
1000% locked in 💫🐊 @CoachYounger14 @JonSantucci @321preps @Jacob_Rudner @AndrewNemec @coach_bnapier @CoachRobSale pic.twitter.com/shruYkNaES
— bryce5️⃣5️⃣ (@bryceLovett55) May 16, 2022
Despite being just a three-star prospect according to 247Sports, Lovett held an offer from Arkansas and a plethora of other programs.
The Rockledge, FL native is a 6’5, 330 lb mauler that also competes in throwing events in track and field for Rockledge High.
Lovett gained an offer while on an unofficial visit in January and has returned to campus four times since pulling in the offer. He is expected to make an official visit June 3. (247Sports)
Last month, the versatile lineman released a top-four of Florida, Missouri, Louisville, and Iowa State. His primary recruiter was OC Rob Sale with OL coach Darnell Stapleton also involved in the process.