Frank Ladson and Tyrique Stevenson, two four-star recruits from South Dade High School, have backed away from their Florida commitments.
Ladson is a four-star wide receiver, ranked No. 123 nationally, No. 23 among wide receivers, and No. 20 in the state of Florida.
Stevenson is also four-star player at cornerback, ranked No. 187 in the country and No. 31 in Florida. 247 ranks him No. 19 among athletes.
Both are class of 2019 products, and within seconds of one another, posted tweets announcing their decommitments from Florida.
Please Respect My Decision💯 pic.twitter.com/49yTSHRbx0
— Frank Ladson Jr.™ (@_FrankLadson) December 5, 2017
Please RESPECT my decision ….. NO Interviews please 💯 pic.twitter.com/AMkoGIgWQ5
— Rique Stevenson ™ (@dreamchaserTy10) December 5, 2017
Both notes include similar points, including the fact that Florida will still be considered in their respective recruitments.
Both players have just one vote in the 247 crystal ball, but it predicts both well head to the same team: Miami.
Even with the two losses, Florida is pretty well situated for 2019, with eight players remaining committed. That class ranks No. 2 in the country early on.