"My dad and I loved the game atmosphere in The Swamp," Ajagbe said. "I could see myself spending the next four of five years of my life in Gainesville and so could my dad."
The 6-1, 200-pound prospect from Ransom Everglades High School will have plenty of options as his season progresses. A decision draws near but that doesn't mean he is in any kind of rush. In fact, Ajagbe still would like to take a few visits to some other Southeastern schools as well as a trip to the West Coast. If those trips take place you can expect him to make a decision sometime this January.
The one thing that I maintain with regards to recruiting is that nothing is certain, there are no such things as "Locks" or "Must Gets" and anything and everything that can happen usually does happen. Having said that I am of the strong belief and have also heard from multiple sources that Gideon Ajagbe should end up in the class of 2010.
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