Four-star defensive end prospect Lloyd Summerall, coming out of Lakeland, Florida, will be staying in-state to play college football. Summerall announced Wednesday morning that he'll be suiting up for the Florida Gators next season.
Summerall was expected to pick Florida, but had Miami on his radar as well. He had offers from 33 different schools - but in the end, he decided to stay local.
Summerall's father was in the headlines last week for his decision to suit up in a Gators uniform himself during a recruiting visit. It's not too shocking to see that his son wound up picking the Gators in the end.
Head coach Dan Mullen got in on the photoshoot as well:
Summerall boasts an impressive list of offers - Florida, Miami, Nebraska, Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Charlotte, Clemson, FAU, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Indiana, Iowa State, Liberty, Louisville, LSU, UMass, Michigan, NC State, UNC, Ohio State, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, South Alabama, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, UCF, Utah, Wake Forest and Texas A&M.
Florida currently has the No. 22 class for 2019 per 247 Sports - but that's expected to improve throughout the day.