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College football: Florida Gators commitment list


Oral commitments (10)

Gary Brown DT 6-4/275 Quincy West Gadsden
Andre Debose WR 5-11/176 Sanford Seminole
Mike Gillislee RB 6-0/190 DeLand
Jon Halapio G 6-4/300 St. Petersburg Catholic
Kedric Johnson DE 6-4/215 Palmetto
Kyle Koehne OT 6-6/300 Indianapolis Cathedral
Xavier Nixon OT 6-6/285 Fayetteville (N.C.) Jack Britt
Jordan Reed QB 6-3/225 New London (Conn.)
Nu'Keese Richardson WR 5-9/165 Pahokee
Marsalis Teague CB 5-10/175 Paris (Tenn.) Henry County
Early enrollees
Nick Alajajian OL 6-4/280 Naples
Jon Bostic LB 6-1/225 Palm Beach Central
Dee Finley DB 6-1/193 New Berlin (N.Y.) Milford Academy
Jonathan Harrison OL 6-4/290 Groveland South Lake
Edwin Herbert DT 6-3/295 CC of San Francisco
Desmond Parks TE 6-6/218 Greer (S.C.)
Antonya English, Times staff writer

College football: Florida Gators commitment list 01/30/09 [Last modified: Friday, January 30, 2009 8:52pm]
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