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Monday, December 29
 
DL Daniel headed to Gainesville

By Bill Hodge
CollegeSports.com

The Florida Gators have a commitment from defensive lineman Brandon Daniel of Pompano Beach-Ely, Fla., over North Carolina State, Pittsburgh and Virginia Tech. Redshirt sophomore quarterback Ingle Martin of Nashville-Montgomery Bell, Tenn., who recently announced he will transfer from Florida, has decided on Furman. Martin started the first four games for the Gators this season before being replaced by touted freshman Chris Leak.

Tennessee has pledged linebacker/defensive lineman Antonio Reynolds of Akron-Buchtel, Ohio/Hargrave MA, Va., over Virginia Tech and Clemson. He originally signed with Miami-Florida as a prep. The Vols also gained a commitment from Class 2005 junior running back LaMarcus Coker of Antioch, Tenn.

Illinois gained quarterback Billy Garza of Brownsville-Porter, Tex.

Oregon pledged offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz of Pacific Palisades-Palisades, Cal., over Arizona, UCLA and Stanford; and defensive back Sharrod Davis of Spring Valley-Monte Vista, Cal., over California, Arizona, BYU and Colorado State.

Linebacker/defensive lineman Chenry Lewis of Paterson-Paterson Catholic, NY., committed to Rutgers over an offer from Iowa and interest from Miami-Florida.

Quarterback Brian Brunner of Hartford, Wis., decommitted from Central Michigan.

San Diego State has a commitment from linebacker Russell Allen of Vista, Cal., who was named San Diego County Defensive Player of the Year. He also considered Arizona, Colorado State and Wyoming.

Utah has pledged tight end Desmond Hanohano of Honolulu-St. Louis, Hawaii. The Utes recently gained running back Raynold Stowers of Honolulu-Iolani, Hawaii; and receiver Gerold Rodriguez of Venice, Cal.

Tight end/defensive lineman Kory Sperry of Pueblo-Pueblo County, Colo., picked Colorado State over Colorado and Wyoming.

*LSU leads the 2004 Top Recruiting Classes. Other top programs making an early charge are Southern California, Texas, Miami-Florida, Michigan, Oklahoma, Ohio State, Penn State, Georgia and Maryland.

*Search the early list of over 3200 Prospects, Commitments and Signings for your favorite Schools and Conferences. Football Signing Periods: Midyear JC/Prep Transfers (Dec. 17-Jan. 15) and Regular (Feb. 4-Apr. 1).

*Check out the Top 150 Prospects and Super Prospects. Where are the top Class 2004 quarterbacks headed? List.

Class 2004 Football Database
* Seach the early list of over 3200 Prospects.
* Search the database to find Commitments and Signings for your favorite Schools and Conferences.
*Football Signing Periods: Midyear JC Transfers (Dec. 17-Jan. 15) and Regular (Feb. 4-Apr. 1).
* Check out the database for prospects in your Home State
* Lists of Top 150 Prospects/Super Prospects:
Top 150: QB | RB | WR | TE | OL | DL | LB | DB.
Super Prospects: QB | RB | WR | TE | OL | DL | LB | DB.

Football Commitments/Signings:
OCSN: Main Recruiting Page.
Class 2005: Database
Class 2004: Database/Top Prospects/Conference/Early Top Classes.


Class 2003: Database/Top Prospects/Conference/Top Classes.
Class 2002: Database/Top Prospects/Conference/Top Classes.
Class 2001: Database/Top Prospects/Conference/Top Classes.
Class 2000: Database/Top Prospects/Top Classes.
Class 1999: Database/Top Prospects/Top Classes.
Class 1998: Database.
Class 1997: Database.

Bill Hodge is the executive editor and director of recruiting coverage at CollegeSports.com. For daily columns on prospects, commitments and signings, plus databases, go to CollegeSports.com's Recruiting Page.




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