Laremy Tunsil reportedly set to visit Florida

Florida is set to host Laremy Tunsil, arguably the nation's top offensive line prospect, when the Gators host LSU this weekend, according to ESPN.

This could be considered a bit of a shock, according SB Nation's recruiting analyst Bud Elliott, who notes that Florida hasn't been mentioned among Tunsil's top teams:

The visit is a bit of a surprise, given that he had recently named Georgia and Alabama as two teams out in front for his signature.

We'll see if Tunsil indeed makes the visit, as recruits often have transportation issues, and Tunsil was a no-show at Florida State's recent game against Clemson.

Elliott also notes that the visit won't be official, as Tunsil, a Lake City, Fla., native, is planning on using his official visits for non-driveable visits such as Southern Cal and LSU. Listed at 6 foot 6, 295 lbs., Tunsil is considered a prototypical offensive tackle at the collegiate level.

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