On Sunday, the Gators added a Georgia skill player into the fold as Raykwon Anderson committed to Florida over an offer from Maryland. The 5'9", 156-pound prospect out of Charlton County (Ga.) is UF''s third commit of the 2019 class and the first primarily offensive player after picking up Jaleel McRae and Jaquaze Sorrells earlier in the year.
Anderson listed Florida as his top school, per Recruit Georgia, and done a little bit of everything in his freshman year of high school with 547 all-purpose yards, six touchdowns (three receiving and three returning punts), and an interception on defense in five varsity games played. He also runs a 4.51 40-yard dash as well as a 10.98 100-meter, and is really strong for his age with a 225-pound bench press and a 450-pound squat.
Judging from his Hudl film, he's very raw as a wide-out at this point (you'd like to have your shorter wide receivers be more polished route runners) but Anderson certainly has the physical tools to be successful. His speed and his strength as a ball carrier makes him an asset and having three more years to develop before he even walks on campus could very well make him one the key figures in the 2019 class.