Posted November 27, 2012 on recruiting.scout.com
Duke Dawson has said all season it’ll be a battle between Florida and Florida State for his skills. The 2014 defensive back picked up offers from both programs at camp last summer and has remained focused on those two ever since. He’s visited Florida several times this season, and last weekend took in his first game at Florida State when the ‘Noles welcomed the Gators. Get the latest here.
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