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Recruit Elam ‘Done’ With Florida’s Joker Phillips

If Matt Elam signs with Florida, it probably won’t be thanks to the recruitment of wide receivers coach Joker Phillips.

Elam, a defensive tackle from John Hardin High School in Elizabethton, Ky., gave that hint on Sunday with a pair of tweets.

 

Elam told AL.com his top four schools are Alabama, Kentucky, Louisville and Ohio State. He had previously listed a top five list, which included Florida.

It should be noted the Gators haven’t offered a scholarship to Elam, who’s ranked the nation’s No. 24 defensive tackle by Rivals.com. The top four schools Elam is considering have all extended an offer.

Florida has received a commitment from one 2014 defensive tackle: Anthony Moten from St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The Gators have already offered more than 10 other defensive tackles in the 2014 class, which could lead Florida to be “done” with Elam following his public display of feelings toward Phillips.

Perhaps we should have taken a hint on Elam’s opinion of Phillips when they posed for a photo together on April 1.

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SEC Recruiting Headlines 4/3/2013

recruiting-headlines-gfx1. Ranking the top defensive tackles in the state of Texas.  No. 1 on the list - DeShawn Washington - is a Texas A&M commitment. The top defensive end in the state of Texas on this list - Myles Garrett - has the Aggies at the top of his list.

2. Defensive end Qualen Cunningham’s father, Rick, played at Texas A&M.  His son may follow suit – he reportedly is paying an unofficial visit this weekend.

3. St. Louis running back Markel Smith is backing off his verbal commitment to Missouri.  Smith and lineman Andy Bauer were the first two 2014 commitments for Missouri.  Bauer has since committed to Ole Miss.

4. Fort Lauderdale defensive tackle Anthony Moten has verbally committed to play for Florida. He’s the eighth commitment of the 2014 class for the Gators.

5. Some updates on several Arkansas signees and prospects.

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6. Kentucky’s much-heralded class coming to Lexington this fall will no doubt feel the love at Rupp Arena but will going on the road bother them?  Not at all if you believe what they say.  ”As long as it’s loud, I’m totally fine with it,” Marcus Lee told the Lexington Herald-Leader. Added Andrew Harrison, part of the twin duo along with brotherAaron - ”In Houston, they hate on us no matter who we play or where we are.”

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