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Monday Commitment Roundup

Here are some recent commitments in the SEC coming out of the weekend.

-Defensive end Trey Flowers has switched his commitment from Georgia Tech to Arkansas.

I changed my mind and committed to Arkansas … mainly because I wanted to play in the SEC,” Flowers told the Atlanta Journal Constitution. “To be the best, you have to play with the best. The SEC is the best.”

Flowers, who is from Huntsville, Ala., received his offer from Arkansas during his official visit this past weekend.

-Florida finally got some good recruiting news. Linebacker Graham Stewart from Middletown, Conn., committed to the Gators. He was once committed to Boston College.

-Mississippi State offered a scholarship during the weekend to defensive back Taveze Calhoun, who accepted and committed to the Bulldogs.

“Nobody thought I would be playing in the SEC except the people in my hometown,” Calhoun said. “I’m definitely going in there with a chip on my shoulder and to let everybody know that I am good enough to play in the SEC. I still have a lot to prove.”

-Tight end Dillon van der Wal decided to switch his commitment from Arizona State to Vanderbilt.

“They have me playing tight end in the SEC, and on top of that, the education can’t be beat,” van der Wal said.

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