After Rivals250 linebacker Derek Wingo worked with Penn State for about half a year, he no longer wants to play in the Big Ten to stay in the Sunshine State instead.
Wingo Visits Powerhouse Fort Lauderdale, Florida St. Thomas Aquinas has teamed with the Florida Gators after tipping off his involvement on Saturday night.
Dan Mullen's co-workers closely followed Wingo over the past year, with four-star prospects classified as a potential flip candidate in several articles by GatorsTerritory.
During his time as a Nittany Lion, Wingo was rather reluctant to discuss additional schools, but in fact managed to move to Gainesville twice in 2019.
"I like to stay home to represent your state in good weather and give your family the chance to be there at every home game," said Wingo Rivals Rob Cassidy. You can several Florid credit an employee for the conclusion of the contract here, especially the coach for as recruitment and linebacker, Christian Robinson, who descended several times to STA in this off-season.
"Coach Robinson and (defensive coordinator) coach (Todd) Grantham have a plan for me and where I will fit," Wingo told Cassidy. "I am confident that they can develop me in the best way that I can be." ,
With Wingo in hand, the Gators now hold 1
Wingo's involvement today will boost UF's class by 128 points to sixth overall ahead of North Carolina, Ohio State and Notre Dame.
UF fans can get used to Wingo's style of play by watching his junior highlights at the bottom of the page.
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