Outlaw Decommits from Gator Class of 2013
GAINESVILLE, Fla. - The Gators started to build a daunting football Class of 2013, but it seems recent commits have been dropping like flies.
Florida lost its fourth recruit in the past nine days when Josh Outlaw from Lithonia, GA decommited from the university.
Outlaw, a projected guard who participated at Friday Night Lights, said he and the coaching staff didn't see eye-to-eye when it came to official visits.
The ESPN four-star recruit made it clear Florida is still on his radar, but he wanted to see what other schools had to offer.
The 6-foot-4, 290 lbs senior joins Tre Bell, Rodney Adams, and Roderick Johnson who are no longer committed to the Class of 2013.
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