If you are a Florida Gator fan, you are on your knees and praying that you can keep a top recruit come Wednesday afternoon. This is because a four-star defensive end may be looking to flipping his commitment to one of the team’s biggest rivals.
Shavar Manuel took an official visit to Florida State over the weekend and he was, to say the least, impressed.
According to ESPN’s Derek Tyson, Manuel seems to be pretty split on the two schools, despite being committed to the Gators since early January.
Shavar Manuel on Florida and Florida State: "It's 50-50 with both schools as of right now and come tomorrow we will find out."
— Derek Tyson (@DerekJTyson) February 2, 2016
This could be a huge loss for the Gators, who have the seventh-ranked class in the country and the fourth in the SEC, according to 247Sports. The Seminoles have the third overall class in the nation, but could jump both Ohio State and LSU for the top spot if they land Manuel tomorrow.
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