As college football programs across America look to get the best possible jump on their 2020 recruiting classes, one school is serious about swaying one recruit away from his commitment.
Keyvone Lee, an athlete who can play both running back and linebacker, recently committed to Florida to play under head coach Dan Mullen. However, the LSU Tigers and a handful of other schools are still hoping to flip the top 100 talent into their column.
Lee himself says the Bayou Bengals are the biggest threat to get him to change his mind.
LSU and others making plays for four-star Florida commit Keyvone Lee https://t.co/NiytXq7PwN— Rob Cassidy (@Cassidy_Rob) June 18, 2018
Lee is currently one of just two commits in Florida's 2020 class along with three-star defensive end Josh Griffis. He ranks as the No. 4 athlete and the No. 66 overall player in the class of 2020 according to 247Sports.
We all know that the SEC is relentless when it comes to competing for top high school talent. With so much time still to go before his first chance to sign, don't be surprised if Lee re-evaluates his decision to opt for the Gators.