One day after adding three commitments from a prized QB recruit, an offensive lineman who flipped from Miami and one of the top junior college prospects in the country, Florida lost one of its top recruits.
Jayvaughn Myers, a 4-star defensive back from Pasco High School (Dade City, Fla.), announced on Twitter that he has de-committed from the Gators. .
The 6-foot-1, 185-pounder was one of six defensive backs committed in this year’s recruiting class. He is likely not the last defensive back that will back away from his Florida pledge.
What hurts about this de-commitment is it remains unknown on whether or not it affects 4-star wide receiver Nate Craig-Myers and his decision. Craig-Myers, who is Myers’ half-brother, is one of Florida’s biggest remaining priorities.
With the de-commitment of Myers, Florida now has 25 commits.
This is a huge decision in my life for the next 3-4 years. I just want to make sure I'm making the right choice? pic.twitter.com/Yo1EUmD6Iy
— Off-Set™ (@jayvaughn_myers) November 30, 2015