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Offensive line recruit Trenton Brown became the third member of the Georgia Bulldogs' 2013 class to recently decommit after the Florida Gators told his college coaches that the Bulldogs were considering having him move to guard.
Offensive line recruit Trenton Brown says he decommitted from the Georgia Bulldogs after his college coaches were told by Florida Gators staff that the Bulldogs would consider playing him at guard, Michael Carvell of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
The Gators received their intel from another offensive line prospect and Bulldogs target, Laremy Tunsil, who told Florida's coaches that he had been told by Georgia that Brown, a verbal commitment, could be moved to guard.
Florida's coaches relayed the information to Brown's coaches at Georgia Military College, prompting the 6'8, 350-pound offensive lineman to decommit. He remains undecided, but the Gators are now considered his top choice.
Brown is one of three recruits to recently decommit from the Bulldogs. Five-star running back Derrick Henry committed to Georgia two years ago but last month chose to join the Alabama Crimson Tide instead. Wide receiver Kyrin Priester committed to the Bulldogs in April, but changed his mind and is now committed to NC State.