Florida has made Aquinas a priority 

April, 3, 2013
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- The Florida Gators have had success with recruiting the South Florida area and St. Thomas Aquinas has always been a pipeline for UF.

From offensive tackle Marcus Gilbert and safety Major Wright, who are now enjoying success in the NFL, to current Florida defenders Marcus Roberson, Cody Riggs and Bryan Cox Jr., St. Thomas has had its stamp on Florida's roster over the last several years and it looks like it will continue. The Gators picked up a commitment from ESPN Watch List defensive tackle Anthony Moten on Tuesday night.

Major Wright
James Lang/US PresswireMajor Wright was just one of the major recruits to play for Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas, an important UF pipeline school.
Former Florida head coach Urban Meyer, now at Ohio State, made the nationally known Fort Lauderdale school a recruiting priority and that trend continued when Will Muschamp took over the reins at UF.
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