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Florida's recruiting efforts at the Orange and Blue Debut continue to resonate with recruits. Cameron Dillard, who took in UF's spring game, became the Gators' 15th commitment in the Class of 2013, as first reported by Scout.
Dillard is Florida's fourth commitment in three days, all of which were in attendance for UF's spring game.
Rated a three-star offensive guard by Rivals, the 6'3", 285-pound Dillard will play center for the Gators, and was the top center on Florida's board. Dillard joins Rod Johnson and Joshua Outlaw as offensive linemen in Florida's 2013 class.
After starting the 2013 class with 11 prospects from the state of Florida, three of the Gators' last four commitments have been from out-of-state prospects (Joshua Outlaw, Lithonia, Ga.; Tre Bell, Jersey City, N.J.; Cameron Dillard, Canton, Mich.).
Florida recruiting has been red hot in 2013, with 15 prospects already committed. At this point in last year's cycle, UF only had eight commits, and it took the Gators until Aug. 5 -- when D.J. Humphries announced for the Orange and Blue -- to get commit No. 15.