Bronson Plans to Stay In-State

Fort Myers (FL) Dunbar High School wide receiver Ryeshene Bronson currently plans on staying in-state for college. The rising senior has offers from all the FBS schools in Florida. He also says there are three out-of-state schools that he likes.

Fort Myers (FL) Dunbar High School wide receiver prospect Ryeshene Bronson now has 15 scholarship offers heading into his senior season. The one-time commitment to the University of Florida re-opened his recruitment this past May after being committed to the Gators since June of last year.

The 6-foot-3 ½ and 185-pound wide receiver now has offers from Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Florida Atlantic, Florida International, Florida State, Louisiana-Lafayette, UMass, Miami (FL), Mississippi State, North Carolina, South Carolina, South Florida, Tennessee and UCF.

While the offers have been piling up Bronson says at this time he plans on staying close to home when he does pick a school to commit too.

"I know for a fact that I'm not leaving the state of Florida," said Bronson. "Recruiting is going very well. I am just trying to take every visit that I can both unofficial and official. I am just trying to enjoy the process."

The tall, lanky receiver who caught 15 passes last season for 214 yards and two touchdowns, does say one in-state school stands out at this time.

"I've got USF right now," said the receiver of his current favorite in-state school.

Bronson also admits that there are three out-state schools that interest him as well.

"Out-of-state I've got South Carolina, Arkansas and Tennessee," said Bronson of his out-of-state favorites.

When ask if Florida was still involved in his recruitment and if he was still considering the Gators; Bronson had a quick answer.

"Yes they are. I love Coach Durkin (Florida defensive coordinator D.J. Durkin), that's my buddy," said Bronson of his relationship with the Gators.

"I am going to let the season play out and then at the U.S. Army All-American Game I'm going to make it happen," said Bronson of a possible commit date.

For now the talented wide out plans to continue to work on getting better.

"I know I can go vertical up the field but I know I have to work on my inside routes," said Bronson on his area of focus. "They run a lot of inside routes in college so I have to get used to that."

Look for more updates on Ryeshene Bronson as we get closer to the start of the 2013 season.

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