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SEC Recruiting Headlines – 10/4/11

1. Georgia is “coming on real strong” for Alabama OL commit Brandon Greene.

2. Georgia has offered a scholarship to the top in-state offensive lineman for the class of 2013.

3. Did you see Vanderbilt coach James Franklin take the Lane Kiffin recruiting approach in Atlanta?

4. Something we’ve all thought – SEC recruiters now have a bigger eye for the talent in Texas.

5. 2013 RB Kelvin Taylor, the son of former NFL player Fred Taylor, favors Alabama and Florida.

6. ESPN has updated its rankings for the class of 2012.

7. Here’s what several ESPN recruiting analysts learned during the weekend.

8. Florida DB commit Marcus Maye suffered a foot injury on Friday night.

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Florida Adds Defensive Back To 2012 Class

Florida received a commitment from defensive back Marcus Maye from Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy in Melbourne, Fla.

The commitment from Maye, who’s considered a four-star prospect and the 13th-best safety in the nation by ESPN.com, wasn’t a surprise. The Gators had long been considered the favorite to land Maye.

I would say Florida has always been in the picture,” he said. “It was pretty much between Florida and Florida State. Florida has been at the top for a while.”

Maye is the 15th prospect to commit to Florida’s class of 2012 and second defensive back to do so in the last week. Rhaheim Ledbetter committed to the Gators last week.
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Top Safeties Eying Florida

Travis Banks and Marcus Maye — two of the top safeties in the state of Florida are considering the Gators for their collegiate home.

Banks tells The Gainesville Sun that he would “love to line up at cornerback next to Maye,” but writer Jeff Barlis says there’s little chance of that happening.Ā  Both players will likely “be recruited as safeties and therefore end up at different schools.”


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Top Safeties Eying Florida

Travis Banks and Marcus Maye — two of the top safeties in the state of Florida are considering the Gators for their collegiate home.

Banks tells The Gainesville Sun that he would “love to line up at cornerback next to Maye,” but writer Jeff Barlis says there’s little chance of that happening.  Both players will likely “be recruited as safeties and therefore end up at different schools.”


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