Florida’s recruiting staff stopped by four-star cornerback Khamari Terrell last week, and cornerbacks coach Corey Raymond should be back in Texas on Tuesday for another meeting with one of the nation’s fastest prospects.
Co-defensive coordinator and safeties coach Patrick Toney will join Raymond on the visit, according to 247Sports, and it’s possible that Billy Napier makes the trip as well. Terrell has known Raymond since he was at LSU and has been the lead recruiter on this one.
The goal is to get Terrell to Florida this weekend before national signing day on a football official visit. He already visited for track and was able to see the Alabama game last season, but that was before Florida underwent all of its coaching changes. Terrell runs the fastest 400-meter in the nation and has a 10.72 100-meter dash time.
“I loved when I visited for my track official visit,” Terrell said. “The fanbase and the environment was awesome. I went and got to see the Alabama game. It was a big game there. It was awesome seeing it. Just being around the fans and the crowd. Watching the players warm up and everything. It was awesome.”
Oregon looks like the team to beat after an official visit last weekend, but Terrell has also been to Baylor and Mississippi State. Florida might’ve joined the race late, but the Gators’ best are making a strong push.
Getting him on campus for the last weekend of the recruiting cycle should help tremendously, and Napier and Raymond were able to land safety Kamari Wilson in a matter of weeks.
247Sports ranks Terrell as the 30th-best cornerback in the class of 2022.
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