Texas Football Recruiting: Florida hosted Andrew Beck

After visiting the rival Florida State Seminoles earlier this week, 2014 Tampa recruit Andrew Beck visited the other storied program in north Florida today in the Florida Gators. Beck is one of the top 20 inside linebacker recruits in the 2013 class, and the solid three-star recruit is ranked by the 247Composite as the 45oth best recruit in the class. He is a reported Texas Longhorns lean, as Manny Diaz has been very active in recruiting the linebacker to Austin.

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Beck has received offers from the Connecticut Huskies, Florida State Seminoles, Boston College Eagles, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Kentucky Wildcats, USF Bulls, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, UCF Knights, Oklahoma Sooners, Stanford Cardinal, Miami Hurricanes, and Louisville Cardinals in his recruitment so far.

That’s a solid list of offers for the ILB who stars for the prestigious Plant High in Tampa, and Beck attended two junior days in Texas late last month with the Longhorns and Baylor Bears. Texas actually presented Andrew Beck with an offer one day after his official visit there, and Florida State also offered Beck on his junior day trip to Tallahassee as his visit earlier this week was a return visit from about a month earlier in late February.

The visit to Florida for Beck recently ended, and it will be interesting to hear news on the visit from the 6’3″, 227 pound three-star recruit.



Topics: Andrew Beck, Florida Gators, Football, Texas Longhorns

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