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Florida lands commitment from state’s coveted pass catcher

Florida lands commitment from state’s coveted pass catcher

Florida lands commitment from state’s coveted pass catcher

The Florida Gators added another commitment to their 2025 recruiting class on Saturday. Jacksonville Riverside receiver Tae’shaun Gelsey pledged his services to the Orange and Blue.

“It’s the relationship I have with every coach,” Gelsey told On3. “Everyone feels close and is like a family. They made me feel welcome and it’s a great environment they have.”

Gelsey grew up watching the Gators and has openly liked the program throughout his recruitment. He thanked coaches and staff on social media after his official visit to UF in June.

Gelsey is a receiver in high school but should transition to tight end in college. That means Florida’s two-man tight end class is complete. Madison Central (Miss.)’s Micah Jones committed to the Gators on June 21.

Recruitment Summary

Gelsey is a three-star recruit in the two major composite rankings, but Rivals considers him a four-star talent.

The On3 industry rankings, which consider the four major recruiting services, ranked him No. 710 overall in the class and No. 41 among tight ends. The 247Sports Composite is more bearish on him, ranking Gelsey No. 548 nationally and No. 86 among wide receivers.

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