WR Bronson decommits from UF

Fort Myers (Fla.) Dunbar wide receiver Ryeshene Bronson committed to Florida last June following a summer camp session with the Gators coaching staff. The 6-foot-3, 180-pound prospect was the first member in Florida’s 2014 class at the time.

247Sports’ has confirmed through sources at his school that the four-star prospect backed off that pledge Tuesday, joining Columbia (S.C.) Spring Valley outside linebacker Christian Miller as the second prospect to decommit from the Gators in the past week.

Days prior to this news breaking, Florida’s new wide receiver coach Joker Phillips was on hand for Bronson’s spring game Friday night against Charlotte conducting a player evaluation.

Bronson who has offers from Auburn, Miami, Florida State and North Carolina previously visited both the Hurricanes and Seminoles this offseason on unofficial visits.

247Sports currently ranks Bronson as the nation’s No. 213 prospect overall and the No. 24 player in the state of Florida.

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