Tough Night for Florida Gator Verbal

Tough Night for Florida Gator Verbal

Florida Gator verbal Sidell Corley had a rough night in his last game of his high school career. The Scout.com four-star defensive lineman battled cramps all night as his McGill-Toolen Yellow Jackets were eliminated from the 6A play-offs with a 38-7 loss to second-ranked Prattville.

Corley was clearly hurting after the game, with his father helping him stand, but he talked briefly about the game and recruiting.

"I am just cramped up all over," a somber Corley replied when asked of the injury he had suffered.

"We had a pretty good season. We broke three records for the school. The better football team won. You can tell by the scoreboard. We have a young team, and those guys will be great next year."

Corley said he is still committed to the Gators, "But, I am still looking at the two in-state schools," he said.

ScoutSouth.com asked of official visits, and he replied, "Alabama and Florida sometime in January."

Sidell Corley, Sr. pointed out the talented lineman will also visit Oklahoma.

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