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Florida leads the race for Rudolph

After decommitting from Miami, Travis Rudolph plans to take his recruitment slow and keep an open mind. The 2014 wide receiver says Florida leads, but he's not going to commit anywhere for a while. Rudolph and his mother visited Gainesville Saturday for Florida's spring game and spent a lot of time with the coaching staff. They talked about the many ways Travis would fit into the Gators offense.

"They were telling me how coming here would be a positive thing for me and that in the future they'd love to have me play for their team," Travis Rudolph said. "They told me they want to sign three wide receivers. I feel like there is no rush in committing or anything because I feel like God is going to bless me in any decision I do make. I definitely can see myself in that depth and... Recommended Stories

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