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Pace safety Jabari Gorman commits to Florida

The Under Armour High School All-America Game is on ESPN Live.
And two of Miami-Dade County's best players have chosen this platform to reveal their college choices.

Pace safety Jabari Gorman just moments ago committed to the University of Florida.

"It feels good to be a part of a new program that can win a national championship,"
Gorman said. "That all starts in two weeks."

   With family, his mother and Pace coach Alvin Slaughter around him, Gorman pulled out a
Gators cap and put it on saying he was "a Florida man." Gorman was considering Miami,
Ohio State among his many choices.

Gorman (5-11, 170 pounds) had seven interceptions, 68 tackles, 10 pass breakups and four forced fumbles this season for Pace, which went 10-1 and advanced to the Class 2B regional finals. On offense as a receiver, Gorman caught 23 passes for 303 yards and four touchdowns.

Columbus wide receiver Tacoi Sumler, an Oregon commitment, Northwestern wide receiver Eli Rogers (Louisville commit), St. Thomas Aquinas offensive lineman Bobby Hart (FSU commit) and defensive back Marcus Roberson (uncommitted), and Plantation linebacker Ryan Shazier (Ohio State commit) are playing in the game.

 

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