Florida's "Big Three" received commitments from recruits in the last week as the camp season has hit its peak. First Rashad Greene (Fort Lauderdale, Fla./St. Thomas Aquinas) committed to Florida State in a move that wasn't a shock to many. Greene publicly named Florida State his leader in May and was waiting for Jimbo Fisher's camp to make the announcement. Greene is among the state's best overall wide receivers and excels in route running. The Seminoles are also in the lead for Greene's teammate, offensive lineman Bobby Hart and it wouldn't be surprising if he committed at some point during the summer. The Gators added fullback Hunter Joyer (Tampa, Fla./Tampa Catholic) to their 2011 class. As one of the top fullbacks in the nation, Joyer is a powerful runner and blocker that could thrive as an H-back in the Gators' spread offense. Joyer's older brother, Kamran, is an offensive lineman at Louisville so it's easy to see when his blocking prowess comes from.
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