Found January 03, 2013 on The Bull Gator:
Never considered the most solid of commitments, defensive tackle Caleb Brantley is no longer one at all. On Tuesday, the Crescent City, FL (Crescent City) DT informed the Florida Gators via text message that he was decommitting. Although now technically a free agent, there are many that believe this might not be the end of Brantley and the Gators. Brantley announced via his Twitter account that he had texted his decommitment to Florida coaches ($). How’s that for technology? Why pick up the phone and talk to anyone when you can just send of a quick text and then tell the world via a social network? While Brantley had been committed to the Gators for quite some time, he had always maintained that he would take other visits. Even so, he appeared to enjoy the fact that he was committed to the orange and blue. It is rumored that he wants to play with current Florida State committ Ira Denson–someone Florida has yet to extend an offer to. Others believe that Brantley is just enjoying the...
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