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4-Star OG Deyavie Hammond Is Officially Headed To Florida

first_imgA view of fans attending a Florida Gators football game.GAINESVILLE, FL – SEPTEMBER 2: University of Florida Gators fans watch the action during the game against the Southern Miss Golden Eagles at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on September 2, 2006 in Gainesville, Florida. The Gators defeated the Eagles 34-7. (Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images)One of the top offensive lineman recruits in the country knows where he wants to play his college football. Four-star offensive guard Deyavie Hammond announced he’s signing his Letter of Intent to play for Dan Mullen and the Florida Gators.The Lakeland, Florida product decided to stay home and play for the Gators. Florida State remained in the mix for the top Florida recruit, but Willie Taggart and company lost out on one of the state’s best.It’s a huge get for Mullen, who led the Gators to a solid 2018 campaign in his first season with the program.Welcome to the Florida Family @DeyavieH! #SwampSquadXIX pic.twitter.com/sg06fy5GBA— Dan Mullen (@CoachDanMullen) December 19, 2018Florida currently owns the No. 22 recruiting class in the nation, which is down for the program over the past few years. The addition of Hammond, along with a few of his high school teammates, will do wonders for the team’s standing in the 2019 ranks, however.Mullen and company landed a few four-star recruits over the past few minutes – most of whom played with Hammond.last_img read more

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Central African Republic UN envoy stresses need for humanitarian access

General Amadou Toumani Touré, Mr. Annan’s Special Envoy to the Central African Republic, made the appeal during his meeting last night in Bangui with President Ange-Félix Patassé.”Now that calm has returned to the capital, Touré also appealed to President Patassé to ensure humanitarian access to the population,” a UN spokesman, Manoel De Almeida e Silva, said today in New York.In a related development, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), which is the lead UN agency in dealing with this crisis, was scheduled today to receive two planeloads of supplies in Bangui. The 36 tonnes of high-protein biscuits, water purification tablets, oral rehydration kits, blankets and tents were taken from UN warehouses in Brazzaville and Kinshasa, the spokesman said.

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