After a month of near-radio silence regarding his recruitment, Corey Gammage has officially decided where he’ll be playing college football next year.
A former University of Florida commit, Gammage inked with Marshall on National Signing Day. The Atlantic wide receiver announced his decision during a ceremony at the school on Wednesday morning
A 6-foot-2, 190-pound wideout, Gammage was a dynamic playmaker for the Eagles during their run to the Class 8A state championship game. The senior, who also excelled at safety, was the Sun Sentinel’s Large Schools Offensive Player of the Year for Palm Beach County.
Gammage initially committed to the Gators in the spring of his junior year, while Jim McElwain was still leading the Florida football program. The preseason Super 11 selection kept his commitment to the Gators throughout his senior season, even after UF parted ways with McElwain in October. The Gators hired Mississippi State coach and former Florida offensive coordinator Dan Mullen to take over the program in November.
Following Mullen’s hire, Gammage was quiet about his commitment and didn’t discuss his recruitment. On Jan. 10, Gammage officially decommitted from the school, announcing his decision on Twitter.
Gammage is the second Palm Beach County player in Marshall’s 2018 recruiting class. Spanish River linebacker Sam Burton committed to the Thundering Herd on Sunday.