Continuing Florida’s hot streak on the recruiting trail, head coach Billy Napier once again unleashed the sunglass-wearing emoji on Twitter to signal another commitment to his program.
This time, it was four-star WR Tawaski Abrams who made the pledge for the Gators. Abrams was previously committed to Florida State.
BREAKING: Four-Star WR Tawaski “TJ” Abrams tells me he has Flipped his Commitment from Florida State to Florida!— Hayes Fawcett (@Hayesfawcett3) July 19, 2023
The 5’10 190 WR from Fort Myers, FL had been Committed to the Seminoles since January
“It felt like the right place from the field to the classroom.”… pic.twitter.com/OmOgq4O1Hc
Abrams is a 5’11, 175 lb prospect out of Fort Myers, FL. He is currently rated as the No. 276 overall prospect in the 2024 recruiting class and the No. 40 wide receiver.
Florida wide receiver coach Billy Gonzales was Abrams’ primary recruiter while secondary coach Corey Raymond was also involved.
Abrams committed to Florida State on January 26 and earned an offer from the Gators March 7. He officially visited Florida on June 16 before heading to Tallahassee on an official a week later.
Abrams rushed for 248 yards and caught 37 passed for 429 yards and five touchdowns as a junior at Dunbar High.
Abrams is Florida’s twenty-first commitment in the 2024 class that currently ranks No. 3 in the nation.