This weekend the first ever Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge is being held in Atlanta, Ga. The star studded roster contains one Florida commitment and several top targets. Today, Inside the Gators runs down those the Gator Nation should be watching this weekend.
Joining Harris in the defensive backfield is a fellow Sunshine State prospect.
Seffner (Fla.) Armwood safety Leon McQuay III, the No. 33 rated prospect in the Rivals100, is still open when it comes to recruiting, but the Gators are on his list.
There are two receivers at the event that the Gators are targeting.
Rivals100 Charlotte (N.C.) Mallard Creek wide out Marquez North, the No. 31 rated prospect in the nation, attends the same high school as Class of 2012 UF signee D.J. Humphries and has the Gators on his list, but has yet to visit Florida and many believe he will stay closer to home.
Then there's Fort Valley (Ga.) Peach County four-star wide out Demarcus Robinson. After visiting Florida two weeks ago, the Rivals250 prospect rated the trip to Gainesville a 9 on a 1-to-10 scale.
And finally, there's Honolulu (Hawaii) Moanalua defensive tackle Scott Pagano.
The 6-foot-3, 280-pounder is perhaps the most interesting back story of all of those in attendance. He is quickly shooting up the recruiting rankings and secured his place at the Challenge after issuing somewhat of a challenge via Twitter.