Florida Football: What Do the Gators' Recent Decommits Mean for UF Long Term?

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Florida Football: What Do the Gators' Recent Decommits Mean for UF Long Term?
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Will Muschamp won't let a few decommits deter him on the recruiting trail.

After wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator Aubrey Hill abruptly resigned, Florida coach Will Muschamp suffered a few more losses as several high-profile recruits decommited from the program. 

Among the more notable players is 4-star receiver Rodney Adams of St. Petersburg, Fla. 

The 6'1" speedster checks in at No. 34 on Rivals.com's 2013 wide receiver rankings, but Adam Silverstein of Only Gators Get Out Alive reports that the loss of Hill factored in Adams' decision to decommit from the Gators. 

Besides Adams, the Gators also lost out on a pair of 3-star offensive linemen, a 3-star linebacker and Tre Bell—a 3-star cornerback from New Jersey. 

Muschamp is no stranger to losing talent. Remember, this is the same man who cut Janoris Jenkins before he coached his first game at UF. 

However, for a team that's not quite ready to be in national title contention, losing early commits isn't something to take lightly. 

So what does this all mean for the Gators' long-term plans? Let's take a look. 

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