As it turns out, Demarcus Robinson's word was worth, well, to Clemson, nothing.
Robinson, a four-star wide receiver from Peach County, Ga. who had been committed to Clemson since attending Dabo Swinney's camp last summer, has reversed course and committed to Florida.
Robinson had recently wavered on his decision for Clemson. Multiple recruiting websites reported his switch on Wednesday.
The loss of Robinson leaves Clemson with two wide receiver commitments for the class of 2013 - Ryan Jenkins of Marietta, Ga., and Mike Williams of Lake Marion, S.C. Clemson is still actively recruiting Marquez North of Charlotte, N.C., who is the nation's No. 2 rated wideout.
Robinson is the fifth wide receiver commit in Florida’s 2013 class joining Ahmad Fulwood of Bishop Kenny (Jacksonville, Fla.), Marqui Hawkins of Carver (Columbus, Ga.), Alvin Bailey of Armwood (Seffner, Fla.) and Chris Thompson of Gainesville (Fla.).