NSD: Detroit, UF, FSU, and UCF all get excessive recruiting rankings
What a difference two months make. The Knights’ recruiting class was ranked 61st in December, but after head coach Josh Heupel left for Tennessee, he was joined by a senior recruiter, Dillon Gabriel. The second knights quarterback lured four-star recipient Titus Mokiao-Atimalala from Ewa Beach James Campbell High in Hawaii. The Knights also signed Delray Beach Atlantic’s Zyin Thomas on Wednesday and landed in the country’s 55th recruiting class. UCF had also signed Arizona quarterback Mikey Keene, who is on campus. UCF, which was in the top 10 of all FBS defensive teams last season, responded to some needs with five defenders, four defenders and two linebackers. UCF also addressed the need for more receivers by adding four.