GAINESVILLE, FL – SEPTEMBER 2: University of Florida Gators fans watch the action during the game against the Southern Miss Golden Eagles at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on September 2, 2006 in Gainesville, Florida. The Gators defeated the Eagles 34-7. (Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images)One of the top offensive lineman recruits in the country knows where he wants to play his college football. Four-star offensive guard Deyavie Hammond announced he’s signing his Letter of Intent to play for Dan Mullen and the Florida Gators.The Lakeland, Florida product decided to stay home and play for the Gators. Florida State remained in the mix for the top Florida recruit, but Willie Taggart and company lost out on one of the state’s best.It’s a huge get for Mullen, who led the Gators to a solid 2018 campaign in his first season with the program.Welcome to the Florida Family @DeyavieH! #SwampSquadXIX pic.twitter.com/sg06fy5GBA— Dan Mullen (@CoachDanMullen) December 19, 2018Florida currently owns the No. 22 recruiting class in the nation, which is down for the program over the past few years. The addition of Hammond, along with a few of his high school teammates, will do wonders for the team’s standing in the 2019 ranks, however.Mullen and company landed a few four-star recruits over the past few minutes – most of whom played with Hammond.
Tesabwill be exhibiting some of its new product developments. On the stand will be the 1012T machine with the twin independent feeder arrangement, designed to efficiently pre-screen material. Also there will be the highly versatile tracked ship loader from Trackstack, which has been already proven in the market and making its debut in North America.Last year was a busy one for Tesab. There was the acquisition of the Trackstack brand of material handling solutions, the development of a new range of mobile screens, and the ongoing development of existing product lines, and the expansion to new premises to facilitate the growth.The Trackstack brand of tracked conveyors has been steadily building a reputation for their durability and quality of build as well as reliable operation, the company reports. This mobile stockpiling solution is gaining momentum as a cost saving alternative to a wheel loader. Also from Trackstack are rail car loaders, shiploaders as well as a number of other models in the pipeline.The development of the screen range is the culmination of years of R&D through Mockeln ; which is part of the Tesab Group, and has been manufacturing screens since 1934. Tesab can now offer a two deck and three deck, 20 x 5 mobile heavy duty, highly efficient screen models, and will be releasing the 16×5 reclaimer model.Also the expansion to new premises will allow the Group to combine expertise under one roof, streamline production and ultimately improve product quality and delivery times.