10 Gators commits in third Rivals250 for 2013

Released Tuesday afternoon, the third edition of the Rivals250 for the class of 2013 is filled with players verbally committed to play for the Florida Gators next season. Though five Florida commits are part of the top 100 players in the group (which was released Tuesday), five more are listed among the top 250 recruits in the nation.

Below is a breakdown of where the Gators’ commits are ranked:

7 2 – DB Vernon Hargreaves* (Tampa, FL)
47 45 – RB Kelvin Taylor (Belle Glade, FL)
82 16 – LB Daniel McMillian (Jacksonville, FL)
86 17 – WR Ahmad Fulwood (Jacksonville, FL)
90 19 – DT Caleb Brantley (Crescent City, FL)
108 142 – DB Keanu Neal (Bushnell, FL)
110 16 – DE Jordan Sherit* (Tampa, FL)
118 19 – DB Nick Washington (Jacksonville, FL)
183 9 – LB James Hearns (Tallahassee, FL)
199 26 – LB Quinton Powell (Daytona Beach, FL)

* Added to list.

Florida’s 2013 commitments as of August 21, 2012:
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7 Responses to “10 Gators commits in third Rivals250 for 2013”

  1. ulysses1221 says:

    Adam should we be worry about the decommitments in the past week. 4 in less than a week.
    Im trying to be positive about the whole situation, but what the hell is going on?

  2. Drew says:

    I agree Adam. Given the situations surrounding those guys there wasn’t much surprise, with the exception of Bell. Who knows, it could be addition by subtraction as it opens up some slots for some other guys.

  3. Walt P says:

    Hope the coaches got a plan to stock back up on O lineman. Whew

  4. G2 says:

    Were not most of the decom’s put on notice about grades….thats why they bailed? Just kind of looks bad when the whole stories not out there, like the headline “Adams drops Florida” on Rivals. Guess when guys commit so early, these things happen.

  5. calgator says:

    The kids hold all the cards when they decommit. Whatever they tell the media happened is what gets reported. Coaches are not allowed to talk about recruits at all, much less discuss grades, poor behavior, etc. so they cannot give their side of the story. A school may tell a recruit to hit the road, but it will then be reported that they decommitted and left on their own.