The Florida Gators' loss could potentially be the Georgia Bulldogs' gain. Offensive guard prospect Josh Outlaw decommited from Florida on Sunday. The 6-foot-4 offensive lineman from Lithonia, Ga., has plenty of suitors, but hasn't said for sure if he has an offer from UGA.
Outlaw told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution he decided to leave Florida for two reasons:
“I kind of wanted to re-evaluate things,” Outlaw said. “We weren’t seeing eye-to-eye on a couple of things. I wanted to take my official visits to other schools, and they weren’t big on that.
“We tried to talk about it and hash things out. It was just best for me to take a step back, reconsider everything and take my time with it.”
Outlaw, out of Martin Luther King Jr. High, is a four-star prospect on both Scout and 247sports.com and a three-star prospect on Rivals.com. He's reported to have also had offers from Auburn, Arkansas, Clemson and East Carolina.
Florida Gators blog Alligator Army looks at what it could mean for the Gators.
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