Elite 2019 WR recruit John Dunmore announced his de-commitment from the Florida Gators on Monday evening.
Here’s his lengthy message on the decision:
— Jdsunn__ (@JohnDunmore2) January 23, 2018
“I understand this will burn bridges, and create so much tension between me and the people of Florida,” Dunmore wrote. “But what I hope is that you find it in your heart to understand that I have people that depend on me for their well-being.”
Dunmore had been committed to Florida since April 8, 2017. He’s from Hollywood, Fla., and is a 4-star prospect and the No. 25 overall WR according to 247Sports composite rankings.
This is a tough blow for Florida’s 2019 recruiting class, which was once ranked No. 1 nationally. Dunmore is the eighth 2019 prospect to de-commit from the Gators since the coaching change. His departure drops the Gators to No. 14 in the team rankings.
Dunmore will likely have his pick of SEC programs. He already holds offers from Auburn, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi State, Ole Miss and Tennessee. He also has offers from Louisville, Michigan, Oregon and several other national programs.