David Gilbert is one of the top defensive prospects from South Florida. Gilbert, 6-4 and 214 pounds, is from Oakland (Fla.) Northeast High School. Right now he has a school leader and he has also set up two official visits.
"Central Florida is my leader at this time," Gilbert said. "It's an up and coming school and program. I feel real comfortable there and I think I fit in well.
"I also like Wisconsin and Connecticut. I will visit UConn (9-13) and Wisconsin (10-4) for sure. I am also very interested in Kentucky and Louisville but I have not set up anything to them yet. I am not sure who else I will visit but it will be after the season is over."
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Gilbert will go both ways this fall, playing defensive end and tight end. He has high expectations of the upcoming season.
"We just finished two-a-days this past Friday. We had a lot of rain delays but we got nice things done,. But I know we still have some work to do.
"I know that I will be playing some tight end this season. I am excited catching the football and blocking too. Football is football and I just want to help team win.
"This season I want 80 tackles, I want to beat Ft. Lauderdale (Fla.) Dillard and Pompano Beach (Fla.) Ely, and I want to win district."