South's No. 57 WR Cadarius Gaskin Is Back on the Recruiting Market

Cadarius Gaskin, a three-star receiver, breaks down the latest following his de-commitment from the Kentucky Wildcats on Monday.

Delray Beach (Fla.) Atlantic standout and the 57th-ranked receiver in the South, Cadarius Gaskin, is now back on the market after removing himself from Kentucky's recruiting class on Monday.

A three-star prospect with a dozen scholarship offers to choose from, Gaskin is also labeled as the 26th-ranked receiver in the Sunshine State.

"I really love Kentucky," Gaskin said. "They're a good program, but I want to explore my options and recruitment more.

"The next decision is going to be my last one."

The 6-foot-2.5, 211-pound Gaskin has yet to give serious thought to when he wants to select a college this time around, but dishes out five schools he has significant interest in moving forward.

"South Florida, NC StateWest VirginiaIllinois and Pittsburgh," Gaskin said.

Gaskin, who has no visits scheduled, says coach Charlie Strong and USF are going all in and pushing the hardest for his services.

"Our relationship is very high," Gaskin said. "They will let me play baseball and football, so that's a big help."

Rutgers, SyracuseFlorida InternationalFlorida Atlantic and Bowling Green are some of the additional offers on the table for Gaskin.

Stay tuned to Scout for the latest developments in Gaskin's recruitment.

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