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ORAL COMMITMENTS

Gideon Ajagbe LB 6-2/197 Coconut Grove Ransom Everglades
Mack Brown RB 5-11/185 Lithonia (Ga.) Martin Luther King
Jonathan Dowling S 6-4/185 Bradenton Southeast
Quinton Dunbar WR 6-3/170 Miami Booker T. Washington
Chris Dunkley WR 5-11/170 Pahokee
Dominique Easley DT 6-3/258 Staten Island (N.Y.) Curtis
Shariff Floyd DT 6-3/310 Philadelphia George Washington
Michael McFarland TE 6-6/230 Blake
Tyler Murphy QB 6-2/190 Wethersfield (Conn.)
Ronald Powell DE 6-4/230 Moreno Valley (Calif.) Rancho Verde
Cody Riggs DB 5-8/156 Fort Lauderdale ST Aquinas
Michael Taylor LB 6-1/213 Atlanta Westlake
Lynden Trail DE 6-7/220 Miami Booker T. Washington
Travon Van ATH 5-11/200 New Berlin (N.Y.) Milford
Early enrollees
Neiron Ball DE 6-4/210 Jackson (Ga.)
Trey Burton QB 6-2/203 Venice
Gerald Christian TE 6-3/220 West Palm Beach Dwyer
Robert Clark WR 5-9/170 West Palm Beach Dwyer
Matt Elam DB 6-0/205 West Palm Beach Dwyer
Jordan Haden DB 6-0/198 Fort Washington (Md.) Friendly
Leon Orr DT 6-4/300 Gulf
Solomon Patton WR 5-10/175 Mobile (Ala.) Murphy
Joshua Shaw DB 6-1/195 Palmdale (Calif.)
Ian Silberman OL 6-4/257 Orange Park Fleming Island
Jaylen Watkins DB 6-1/172 Cape Coral
Antonya English, Times staff writer

Florida commitments 01/30/10 [Last modified: Saturday, January 30, 2010 8:48pm]
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