FLORIDA FALLS FOOTBALL ADJUSTED ADJUSTMENTS FOR 2019 recruiting class

According to The Jerusalem Times, Florida has announced it is reverting to its standard recruiting standards for 2019.

The standard of recruiting has not changed.

The Gators’ recruiting has always been as tough as possible.

We will continue to fight and we will win. 

But now that the recruiting is under scrutiny, the standards have changed.

Florida has a new standard.

The Times reports that the standard is still the same for 2019 recruiting, and that the school is not going to be able to compete with other programs for talent, which will hurt recruiting.

This comes after a report from ESPN’s Brett McMurphy, who wrote that Florida is being forced to re-evaluate recruiting and that they may have to adjust their standards for 2020.

This was reported by The Orlando Sentinel’s Joe Perticone. 

The Florida athletic department told ESPN’s PFT that they are adjusting their recruiting standards in order to comply with NCAA guidelines for 2019 that require recruiting to be “competitive.”

The Gators were ranked the No. 1 recruiting class in the nation by 247Sports and were ranked No. 6 in the country by Rivals.

They are also ranked No 2 in the Associated Press and No. 7 in the 247Sports Composite.

The Gators are expected to have more top-10 talent than any other school this fall, according to 247Sports’ composite rankings. 

Florida is projected to be the No 5 team in the 2018 class, according the 247Composite rankings.

Florida is also projected to have the nation’s No. 2 recruiting class. 

It is unclear if Florida will be able or willing to compete for top talent as other programs continue to ramp up their recruitment efforts.