When the early signing period came around last month and Gators commitment Corey Gammage didn’t sign with Florida, some fans suspected something was up. Now, it’s confirmed.
Gammage, a three-star wide receiver, decommitted from the Gators on Wednesday, announcing his decision on Twitter.
Respect my decision pic.twitter.com/apVjvWIHfF
— Corey Gammage (@GammageCorey) January 10, 2018
Gammage (6 feet 2, 188 pounds), from Delray Beach (Fla.) Atlantic, near West Palm Beach, had been committed to Florida since April 8. He has 10 other FBS offers, and recently took an official visit to Iowa State.
Florida has no wide receivers signed or committed for the 2018 class, though there are some other possibilities at a huge position of need for the Gators. Florida is involved with, among others, four-star receiving prospects Jacob Copeland, Justin Watkins, Tommy Bush and Justyn Ross.
As for those who were on the 2017 roster, starter Brandon Powell has completed his eligibility, freshman James Robinson has not received medical clearance because of a heart issue and junior Antonio Callaway is not expected to return after missing the 2017 season with legal problems. Reports in December indicated that Callaway had signed with an agent and would enter the 2018 NFL draft.
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