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With the current board seeming to be dwindling down and things looking bleak for Ramsey, do you think Florida still finishes strong or do we struggle to close like last year?
I personally think we have already closed well
You look at DRob & Anzalone and those are two guys at important positions
The players who are left are guys who we have recruited, but that it has always been an uphill battle for. EX)
Montravius Adams - Always been an Auburn/UGA v Clemson battle but our coach's still went after him
RN - Ole Miss is/was in the driver's seat but our coach's still got him to visit
Bostwick/Collins - Kid grew up with Miami it will be tough to pull him out of there
Ramsey - Kid is committed to another school, so if we miss on him does it really count
Q. Powell - Who knows if we even still want the kid
Hearns - Kid couldn't fulfill his end of the committment agreement
Timmons/Whitfield - Essentially started recruiting them last week
Elijah Daniel - Wanted to be a Gator, couldn't bring up his grades
Swanson - another guy with grade issues
James Clark - Started recruiting him hard about 4-6 weeks ago, he may be the only "real" miss of anyone left on the board
To me, I would rather have our staff try and miss then not try at all
And i don't think this year is/will be anything like last year
As it stands now.
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Elijah daniel is the one that really hurts this year imo other than that filled every need
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