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Gator Commit Visits For Paradise, Updates Recruitment

Gator Commit Visits For Paradise, Updates Recruitment

Matthew_Suero
The defensive line class in South Florida for 2021 is loaded and one of the top guys in that group is UF commit Tyreak Sapp from St. Thomas Aquinas. Sapp may be committed to the Gators, but that did not stop him from visiting Miami last month and competing at Paradise Camp.

“I did well. The coaches out here were great. I thought the competition was very good.”

Of all the players Sapp went up against at the camp, there was one who stuck out and also so happened to be a Miami commit.

“Even though we only went twice, (Laurence) Seymore. We went 1 for 1. Other than that, I didn’t lose any reps.”

This was the first time that Sapp made the trip down to Coral Gables since new head coach Manny Diaz took over and he came away impressed.

“Great environment, family environment. Everything is together. All of the coaches, they keep everything together. It’s a family program.” Sapp continued, “With coach Diaz in charge, the camp is running a lot slower, but smoother. Even though it’s not at the fastest pace, it’s smooth, and it’s going great.”

Despite Sapp committing to a rival school and Miami going through a coaching change all within the same week, the Hurricanes never stopped recruiting Sapp. That did not go unnoticed.

“Ever since 8th grade they’ve been after me. That’s what I love about them. They don’t negative recruit or anything. They just say they can bring out all of my full potential.”

While at the camp, Sapp had the opportunity to be coached up by the new defensive line coach, Todd Stroud.

“I like the new D-line coach. He’s smooth - he articulates things, he makes sure you know everything. He gets you all the information you need, and then he is going to teach you and tell you what you need to do on the field.”

As for the high school season, Sapp and his STA teammates open the year in California as they take on De La Salle.

“It’s going to be a high energy game. High expectations from both teams. We just have to go into that game with an attacking attitude. I know that team runs the ball a lot. We are still studying that offense, still watching film.”

Aquinas also has a big-time in-state game as they take on Carol City in late September.

“That’s a big game. It’s kind of a rivalry game. Both teams have guys from Broward and Dade. That’s just a Florida rivalry.”

While Sapp says that he is still committed to Florida, he also said that he would like to visit Alabama, Clemson, and possibly Auburn in the future.
 

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Sounds like he's pretty open. Thx Matthew.
 
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The defensive line class in South Florida for 2021 is loaded and one of the top guys in that group is UF commit Tyreak Sapp from St. Thomas Aquinas. Sapp may be committed to the Gators, but that did not stop him from visiting Miami last month and competing at Paradise Camp.

“I did well. The coaches out here were great. I thought the competition was very good.”

Of all the players Sapp went up against at the camp, there was one who stuck out and also so happened to be a Miami commit.

“Even though we only went twice, (Laurence) Seymore. We went 1 for 1. Other than that, I didn’t lose any reps.”

This was the first time that Sapp made the trip down to Coral Gables since new head coach Manny Diaz took over and he came away impressed.

“Great environment, family environment. Everything is together. All of the coaches, they keep everything together. It’s a family program.” Sapp continued, “With coach Diaz in charge, the camp is running a lot slower, but smoother. Even though it’s not at the fastest pace, it’s smooth, and it’s going great.”

Despite Sapp committing to a rival school and Miami going through a coaching change all within the same week, the Hurricanes never stopped recruiting Sapp. That did not go unnoticed.

“Ever since 8th grade they’ve been after me. That’s what I love about them. They don’t negative recruit or anything. They just say they can bring out all of my full potential.”

While at the camp, Sapp had the opportunity to be coached up by the new defensive line coach, Todd Stroud.

“I like the new D-line coach. He’s smooth - he articulates things, he makes sure you know everything. He gets you all the information you need, and then he is going to teach you and tell you what you need to do on the field.”

As for the high school season, Sapp and his STA teammates open the year in California as they take on De La Salle.

“It’s going to be a high energy game. High expectations from both teams. We just have to go into that game with an attacking attitude. I know that team runs the ball a lot. We are still studying that offense, still watching film.”

Aquinas also has a big-time in-state game as they take on Carol City in late September.

“That’s a big game. It’s kind of a rivalry game. Both teams have guys from Broward and Dade. That’s just a Florida rivalry.”

While Sapp says that he is still committed to Florida, he also said that he would like to visit Alabama, Clemson, and possibly Auburn in the future.
Thanks for the excellent update Matthew! I greatly appreciate reading all of your reviews.
 
This kid will have everyone after him. Glad the staff is on him and he was able to ball out at a paradise.
 
The defensive line class in South Florida for 2021 is loaded and one of the top guys in that group is UF commit Tyreak Sapp from St. Thomas Aquinas. Sapp may be committed to the Gators, but that did not stop him from visiting Miami last month and competing at Paradise Camp.

“I did well. The coaches out here were great. I thought the competition was very good.”

Of all the players Sapp went up against at the camp, there was one who stuck out and also so happened to be a Miami commit.

“Even though we only went twice, (Laurence) Seymore. We went 1 for 1. Other than that, I didn’t lose any reps.”

This was the first time that Sapp made the trip down to Coral Gables since new head coach Manny Diaz took over and he came away impressed.

“Great environment, family environment. Everything is together. All of the coaches, they keep everything together. It’s a family program.” Sapp continued, “With coach Diaz in charge, the camp is running a lot slower, but smoother. Even though it’s not at the fastest pace, it’s smooth, and it’s going great.”

Despite Sapp committing to a rival school and Miami going through a coaching change all within the same week, the Hurricanes never stopped recruiting Sapp. That did not go unnoticed.

“Ever since 8th grade they’ve been after me. That’s what I love about them. They don’t negative recruit or anything. They just say they can bring out all of my full potential.”

While at the camp, Sapp had the opportunity to be coached up by the new defensive line coach, Todd Stroud.

“I like the new D-line coach. He’s smooth - he articulates things, he makes sure you know everything. He gets you all the information you need, and then he is going to teach you and tell you what you need to do on the field.”

As for the high school season, Sapp and his STA teammates open the year in California as they take on De La Salle.

“It’s going to be a high energy game. High expectations from both teams. We just have to go into that game with an attacking attitude. I know that team runs the ball a lot. We are still studying that offense, still watching film.”

Aquinas also has a big-time in-state game as they take on Carol City in late September.

“That’s a big game. It’s kind of a rivalry game. Both teams have guys from Broward and Dade. That’s just a Florida rivalry.”

While Sapp says that he is still committed to Florida, he also said that he would like to visit Alabama, Clemson, and possibly Auburn in the future.
Kid sounds like he has a good head on his shoulders, very thoughtful. Great interview,
 
Highest bidder. This kid will not wind up at Miami.

I'm sick of you bag pumpers. You don't even know the kid or his family and as soon as he says schools like "Alabama or Clemson" you guys just immediately say he's getting bags. I actually read through his interview, he sounded pretty intelligent and there is nothing sketchy like "they need to show me the love" or "I have to look out for my family".
 
I'm sick of you bag pumpers. You don't even know the kid or his family and as soon as he says schools like "Alabama or Clemson" you guys just immediately say he's getting bags. I actually read through his interview, he sounded pretty intelligent and there is nothing sketchy like "they need to show me the love" or "I have to look out for my family".

I know this will shock zero people on this site, but you’re absolutely clueless. Go take a nap.
 
Doubt he ends up at Florida....watch out for TAMU....they have the deepest pockets and a coach who is "aggressive".
 
Doubt he ends up at Florida....watch out for TAMU....they have the deepest pockets and a coach who is "aggressive".

Florida kids generally dont head to Texas.

Youc an have deep pockets all you want but being placed at the 3rd or 4th spot in your division aint gonna get you know where.

uga is the new pretty bag school for s.fla elites
 
Florida kids generally dont head to Texas.

Youc an have deep pockets all you want but being placed at the 3rd or 4th spot in your division aint gonna get you know where.

uga is the new pretty bag school for s.fla elites
and with long proven track record of UGAy Defensive Lineman in the NFL it should be a no brained....
 
I'm from So Cal, but I relocated to No Cal for business. I've been up here for a couple of years now.
I lived in San Fran for a bit, worked in SSF, Dublin and Pleasanton. Nice neck of the woods but I moved back to the Bean.
 
I lived in San Fran for a bit, worked in SSF, Dublin and Pleasanton. Nice neck of the woods but I moved back to the Bean.

Love Dublin & Pleasanton man. Looking for a new house in the Concord/Walnut Creek border as we speak. Can’t do SF; that mug makes my hood side come out every time I drive out there! Lol.
 

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