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Florida hosts Hargreaves again

Tampa (Fla.) Wharton five-star cornerback Vernon Hargreaves III spent a portion of Thursday at the University of Florida for a visit.
"It was good," Hargreaves III said. "It was fun. I have been up there several times before so I am pretty used to it. There wasn't really anything new. When I was there I talked with Coach (Will) Muschamp and Coach (Travaris) Robinson, so that was nice."
The 5-foot-11, 185-pound defensive back talked about his conversation with the Gator coaches.
"They tell me that I need to go where I am comfortable," Hargreaves III said. "They tell me they are going to support me wherever I go and that they would love to have me there obviously. They are good people. They are coaches and they are going to recruit me, but something about them is a bit different."
After several visits to Gainesville, the Sunshine State standout says that he has a certain comfort level with Florida.
"I like Florida," Hargreaves said. "I like the coaching staff. They are a winning program. There isn't much not to like about them."
While Florida has made a good impression, Hargreaves says he remains wide-open and is evaluating all of his nearly 40-plus offers.
"I haven't narrowed it down. Not at all," Hargreaves said. "I will narrow it down some before the season and then take more visits.
"I don't have a leader," Hargreaves added.
As for the next trip that Hargreaves will take, he is planning to see a few schools on the West Coast during an all-star camp experience in early July.
"I am doing The Opening and I am going to visit some schools while I am out (west)," Hargreaves III. "USC, Stanford, and Oregon."
Hargreaves is Rivals.com's No. 2 cornerback and No. 9 overall prospect in the nation.
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