Four-star Receiver to Visit Florida

Randall Carroll

Longtime Southern California commitment Randall Carroll confirmed he will visit Gainesville.

Randall Carroll is one of the most electrifying players on the West Coast and confirmed for us that he will indeed visit the Gators November 15 when Florida hosts South Carolina.

Carroll is 5-10 and 185-pounds of pure speed. Some compare him to Reggie Bush others to Percy Harvin, either way the sky is the limit for the Los Angeles (CA) Cathedral High School superstar. He is dynamic in space, which is why he is looking at the Gators and looks forward to seeing first hand what they are all about.

"I am supposed to visit the Gators on November 15," Carroll said. "I am looking forward to lots of excitement and see for myself what Florida is all about."

As for which position he plays at the next level it depends on which school he ends up at. This is one of the reasons that the Gators aren't as quick to take verbal commitments from certain players. Some of the top talents in the country are taking a serious look at the Gators and until they get a feel for them it will continue to be steady as she goes. Recommended Stories

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