INDIANAPOLIS, IN – DECEMBER 14: Frank Gore #23 of the Indianapolis Colts runs with the ball against the Denver Broncos during the first half at Lucas Oil Stadium on December 14, 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)Buffalo Bills running back Frank Gore is headed into his 15th NFL season. After spending the 2018 season with the Miami Dolphins, Gore signed a one-year deal to stay in the AFC East.Not many NFL players are still in the league when their children enter college. However, if Frank Gore signs another deal to play in 2020, he’ll be one of the lone players to do so.The 35-year-old running back will be sending his son off to college in 2020. Like his father, Frank Gore Jr. will play collegiate football.On Thursday afternoon, he posted a photo during his visit at Florida Atlantic with the word,”home.”Check it out.2020 Running back Frank Gore Jr.I have a terrible memory, I’m wondering what other recruits going into their senior year have had a dad still playing in the NFL https://t.co/Auby9mbSKS— Tom VanHaaren (@TomVH) March 28, 2019It appears he’s enjoying his visit with Lane Kiffin and the Owls.The Miami native has four offers on the table, from Chattanooga, Florida Atlantic, Kentucky and Southern Miss. Gore, a 2020 recruit, has not been offered by his father’s program – Miami – yet, but there’s still time for the high school junior.Gore, a three-star recruit, is the No. 67 running back recruit in the 2020 class. According to 247Sports’ Composite Rankings, he’s the No. 124 player from the state of Florida.Will Frank Gore still be in the NFL when he drops his son off to college? We’ll have to wait and see.