Clemson targets to check out UF practices

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Ahmad Fulwood - Wide Receiver
Height: 6-4   Weight: 200   Hometown: Bishop Kenny, FL (Jacksonville HS)   Class: 2013


From Florida Times Union:

The Gators have taken advantage of their bowl location by keeping area prospects informed of when they’ll be practicing at Jacksonville University.

“Florida always sends me updates,” Bishop Kenny receiver Ahmad Fulwood Ahmad Fulwood
Wide Receiver
6-4, 200
Bishop Kenny, FL

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said. “They sent me the tentative practice schedule.
“It works to their advantage [being here], but I don’t think it plays a role in anyone’s decision.”

First Coast standout junior linebacker Daniel McMillian shared Fulwood’s sentiment. The 6-foot-3, 220-pound McMillian has been offered by Florida, Florida State and Alabama, among others.

“It is no factor on my decision,” McMillian said. “My decision will be based on how my visits go more than anything else.”

The 6-foot-4, 195-pound Fulwood is considered one of the top receivers in the country in his class. He’s been offered by Florida, Alabama, Georgia and Notre Dame.

Sandalwood defensive end Demarcus Walker Demarcus Walker
Defensive End
6-4, 255
Jacksonville, FL

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and Trinity Christian defensive back Nick Washington Nick Washington
Defensive Back
6-1, 180
Jacksonville, FL

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sport similar offer lists as Fulwood. The three have become friends and will go to Florida’s practices together.

“I’m sure I’ll go watch them with Nick and Demarcus,” Fulwood said. “Our quarterback [BK standout sophomore John Wolford] will also come, so we’ll have a great group.”

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