Florida Gators head coach Billy Donovan added another big piece to his puzzle on Sunday when elite 2015 power forward recruit Noah Dickerson pledged his commitment.
The 6-foot-8, 245-pound Montverde, Florida native recently de-committed from Georgetown, and decided to stay closer to home for his college career.
“Coach [Billy] Donovan is a great coach,” Dickerson told CBS Sports. “He develops players, and he has great character. That’s one thing I love about him. He’s a great person outside of a coach.”
“I fit in pretty well because they won’t have anyone in that position. They like me inside, but they like me playing on the outside too. They want to develop me into a stretch four.”
He joins guard KeVaughn Allen and center Kevarrius Hayes as the third commitment for Florida’s 2015 class.
This highlight video is a little taste of what the new commit will bring to the Gators.