Gamecocks commit WR Smith to visit Florida

South Carolina wide receiver commit Kwinton Smith will take an official visit to Florida for the Vanderbilt game.

The 6-foot-3, 193-pound athlete from Dillon HS (S.C.) has been committed to South Carolina since July 7. Though Smith is considered a long-shot to switch to Florida, the Gators have only one commitment from a wide receiver -- LaTroy Pittman (Citra, Fla./North Marion) -- and receiver is a position of need.

In addition to Smith, South Carolina has commitments from receivers Jody Fuller (Monroe, N.C./Sun Valley) and Shaq Roland (Lexington, S.C./Lexington).

Agholor to take in Florida, Vanderbilt game

Tampa (Fla.) Berkeley Prep athlete Nelson Agholor will visit Gainesville on Saturday to watch the Gators take on the Commodores.

The 6-foot-2, 180-pounder is listed as an athlete but is being recruited by the Gators as a wide receiver.

Agholor is ranked as the No. 41 player in the country according to the ESPNU 150 and he along with Olney (Md.) Our Lady of Good Counsel receiver Stefon Diggs are considered to be the top two receiver prospects remaining on Florida’s recruiting board.

Murphy officially visiting Gators

San Clemente (Calif.) offensive tackle Kyle Murphy will take an official visit to Florida this weekend with his parents to watch the Gators take on the Commodores.

Murphy, who is ranked as the No. 5 OT and No. 26 player overall by the ESPNU 150, also holds offers from USC, Auburn, UCLA, Stanford, Cal, and Arizona State, among many others.

Florida currently has commits from D.J. Humphries, the No. 1 tackle prospect in the country, and Jessamen Dunker, the No. 7 tackle prospect in the country.

Top junior DB visiting Florida

Despite separating his shoulder in a game last week against Yulee, 2013 safety prospect Nick Washington will be in attendance at the Florida-Vanderbilt game.

In addition to Florida, the 6-1, 185-pounder from Jacksonville (Fla.) Trinity Christian holds offers from Alabama, Florida State, Clemson, Notre Dame, Miami and Auburn, among many others.

Washington, who can play safety or corner on the next level, already has attended several home games for Florida this season.