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07:14 AM ET 05.14 | Set to leave, DeVon Walker is walking right back -- changing his mind after being granted a release from his scholarship with the intention to transfer from Florida. The 6-foot-6, 191-pound averaged 23 points and 10 rebounds during his senior year at Winter Haven High School (Fla.) where he led his team to the Florida High School Athletic Association Class 6A state semifinals before choosing the Gators over offers from Alabama, where he took an official visit, Georgia, Miami, Clemson, Kansas State and Central Florida. However, he had an unproductive freshman campaign in 2012-2013. ... "Florida is such a great place, and the more I thought about it, I just realized this is where I want to be," Walker said in a release.

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May 14, 2013  09:03 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Like a lame duck pres now.

What you talking about Willis? Walker will be a role player at the best next year.

May 14, 2013  09:12 AM ET

I'm leaving. No, wait...............

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May 14, 2013  10:56 AM ET

Bag men finally met his demands

May 14, 2013  10:57 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Car note was finally paid

Maybe a scooter. The only freshman worth a car was Frazier II.

May 14, 2013  10:58 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

Bag men finally met his demands

He did not expect Billy D to call his bluff.

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May 14, 2013  11:08 AM ET
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Scooters are all the rage these days

Easier to steal for the average D-1 fooseball player

May 14, 2013  11:19 AM ET

I seem to remember his coach doing the exact same thing.

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May 14, 2013  12:10 PM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Car note was finally paid

Should have made it longer term.

May 14, 2013  12:10 PM ET
QUOTE(#11):

I seem to remember his coach doing the exact same thing.

Good memory there DS.

May 14, 2013  01:17 PM ET
QUOTE(#11):

I seem to remember his coach doing the exact same thing.

Well, yeah, but Billy actually DID leave -- for 3 days or so. But your point is well taken.

And for all of you without a copy of "The SEC Cheater's Handbook and Disgruntled Talented Player Retention Guide", here is proof that the techniques contained in that bad boy work for bballers, and not just the football types.

May 14, 2013  02:21 PM ET
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Well, yeah, but Billy actually DID leave -- for 3 days or so. But your point is well taken. And for all of you without a copy of "The SEC Cheater's Handbook and Disgruntled Talented Player Retention Guide", here is proof that the techniques contained in that bad boy work for bballers, and not just the football types.

I stand corrected. Did some research and it appears Billy was gone a total of 6 days. My bad.

 
May 14, 2013  04:49 PM ET
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I seem to remember his coach doing the exact same thing.

OH SLAM!!!!

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