Saturday, July 26, 2014

Prospect uses faux "baby gator" to announce 2015 commitment to Florida.

You know recruiting prospects giving their verbal commitments for all the world to see have gotten out of hand when a prospect uses a dwarf caiman impersonating an alligator in announcing his commitment to Florida. That's what Cincinnati, Oh. high school rising senior offensive tackle George Brown Jr. did in committing to the Gators on Friday.








Brown's use of a dwarf caiman (a member of the crocodilian family closely related to alligators), was facilitated by the fact that possession of an alligator is apparently illegal in the state of Ohio outside of a zoo. The caiman was provided by a Cincinnati animal rescue and outreach program called Cool Critters Outreach.





Brown is a 247Sports.com composite-rated three-star OT who  attends Winton Woods High School in Cincinnati, Oh. 

(via ESPN)

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