The Florida Gators 2014 recruiting class took a hit on Tuesday, as four-star wide receiver prospect Ryeshene Bronson decommitted, according to GatorBait.net. The 6'3, 180 pound Bronson, from Fort Myers (Fla.) Dunbar High School, was the first member of Florida's 2014 recruiting class when he committed last June.
Bronson is the second player to decommit from Florida's 2014 class in the past five days, following four-star linebacker Christian Miller out the door. However, this move is not much of a surprise when it comes to people plugged into the recruiting scene.
Didn't have to be an insider to know something was up with Ryeshene Bronson and Florida.— SB Nation Recruiting (@SBNRecruiting) May 21, 2013
Bronson holds offers from Miami, Florida State, Auburn, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee, but now that he has reopened his recruitment, more could follow shortly.
The loss of Bronson and Miller drops Florida eight places to 14th in the 247Composite team rankings for the 2014 recruiting class, but it's still a long way from Signing Day.