Bronson is First for 2014

Florida wants some size at receiver and they would love a guy with some electricity. They will get both after learning today that receiver Ryeshene Bronson has decided to pull the trigger and become the first commitment for the 2014 class. At 6-3, 195 pounds Bronson has everything an elite SEC program is looking for and more and he still has two years to play football at Dunbar HS in FT. Myers.

Dunbar assistant coach Chris Fields knows all too well what Ryeshene can do as he coaches him Friday nights.

"Ryeshene Bronson is going to give you everything you need as a player and as an athlete and as a receiver," Bronson said moments after committing. "He runs his routes to the best of his ability and he is coachable.

"Everything you need for your team he can get it done. He is always a team player and is always exactly what you are looking for."

Bronson camped at Florida and shortly after he left, he called head coach Will Muschamp and delivered the news that Muschamp wanted to hear.

"I called Coach Muschamp and told him I wanted to commit," Bronson said. "I told him ‘Coach I want to commit'. He said, ‘are you serious'. I said ‘yes sir, I love it'. He said, ‘we are going to go hard and ball'."

Bronson knows his attributes as a player are what set him apart and what made him so attractive to Florida.

"I am going to ball a lot because they haven't had a tall receiver and I am going to break that," he said.

Bronson says he is done camping this summer and offers this up for gator fans when he finally arruives on campus in 2014.

"They are going to witness greatness," he said.

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