Florida Gators Football: Martez Ivey Doubtful For FSU Game by Maxwell Ogden

The Florida Gators football team is in pursuit of one of the best recruits in the country. LaBryan Ray claims to be very high on Florida.

The Florida Gators are entering the single most critical stretch of the 2016 college football season. Next on the schedule is a rivalry game against the Florida State Seminoles in Tallahassee, and a clash against the Alabama Crimson Tide in the SEC Championship Game will follow.

In order to ensure the future of Florida football, however, the coaching staff must simultaneously excel on the field and the recruiting trails.

Florida has done a solid job of signing high-quality talent from the recruiting class of 2017. The recruiting class will truly take shape over the next few months, however, and that could begin with four-star defensive end LaBryan Ray.

According to Zach Abolverdi of SEC Country, Ray is, “Very high,” on Florida and the way they utilize their young players.

“I’m very high on Florida,” Ray said. “I like what Coach Mac is doing down there. I like how they’re rotating the young guys in and I like the way the coaches coach. They play fast and get after the quarterback a lot.”

That’s a critical vote of confidence.

Ray is currently the No. 36 overall player on the ESPN 300. He’s the No. 45 overall recruit and No. 3 strongside defensive end on 247Sports, is No. 73 overall and No. 2 amongst strongside defensive ends on Rivals, and is ranked No. 86 overall on Scout.

If Florida were to land Ray, it’d add yet another four-star defensive lineman to what’s already an impressive crop of signings.

Defensive line coach Chris Rumph told Ray that he’d be able to play early if he

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