Though Brodarious Hamm has been committed to Auburn since last summer — a decision that followed his de-commitment from Tennessee — it appears his recruitment may not be over just yet.
On Wednesday, the 4-star offensive lineman from Spalding County High School (Ga.) conceded that Florida has been recruiting him aggressively with the help of Gators offensive line coach Mike Summers, and there is mutual interest between both sides.
However, Hamm acknowledged it would “take a lot” for him to reconsider his status with the Tigers.
“I would probably have to take a visit [to Florida] and see what is going on,” Hamm told SEC Country.
Coincidentally, Hamm said he’s eyeing official visits to LSU, Tennessee, Auburn and Florida, but he only has one specific game in mind among the four — Auburn’s Nov. 14 contest against UGA.
The 6-foot-5, 320-pound senior originally committed to Tennessee in April before pledging to Auburn two months later.
Hamm is rated as the No. 25 player in Georgia.