AJC Super 11 wide receiver Demarcus Robinson switched his commitment from Clemson to Florida on Wednesday.
Robinson is the third 2013 prospect from Georgia to de-commit from Clemson, following the Grayson High School duo of DT Robert Nkemdiche and DB David Kamara (both are undecided).
“I have a chance to play as a freshman, and I wanted to play in the SEC, so I’m a Gator now,” Robinson told the Gainesville Sun’s Zach Abolverdi. “They’ve recruited me harder than anyone else.”
A few months ago, Robinson had described himself as a “soft” commitment to Clemson, but then said he was solid after taking an official visit with the Tigers in early November. The Peach County High School standout expects to enroll early at Florida in January.
Despite the loss of Robinson, Clemson still has four commits from the state – Lassiter WR Ryan Jenkins, Grayson RB-LB Wayne Gallman, Coffee County OL Maverick Morris, and Elbert County RB Tyshon Dye. Clemson are also top contenders for Dooly County DT Montravius Adams and Milton DE Carl Lawson (committed to Auburn).
— Mike Farrell (@rivalsmike) December 12, 2012
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