April 7, 2012; Gainesville FL, USA; Florida Gators head coach Will Muschamp during the second half of the Florida-Spring Game at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Phil Sears-US PRESSWIRE
Roderick Johnson, a three-star offensive lineman from American Heritage in Delray Beach, decommitted from Florida on Sunday. And there's no Tre Bell Gray Area to this situation: Johnson called up Will Muschamp and informed him of his decision, 247 Sports' Luke Stampini reports.
This leaves Florida with just three offensive linemen in the 2013 class at the moment: Joshua Outlaw, Cameron Dillard, and Octavius Jackson. And though those three certainly all sound like offensive linemen — really, those names are great — this decommitment leaves Florida with some work to do in reeling Johnson back in (possible, if unlikely), getting Laremy Tunsil to lean Florida instead of Georgia, and/or find some other offensive line prospects (Florida State commit Ira Denson is a guy the Gators might make a run at) to add depth to a position that looks to have plenty of talent up front for a couple years.
After the decommitments of Bell and Johnson, and the reported wavering of Rodney Adams, are you worried about Florida's recruiting class of 2013? Who do you think the Gators should go after? Let us know in the comments.