You're right in your analysis of who we've shown how-much attention to, AND in the degree of frustration among those (I must agree, ridiculous-to-pay-for) "Recruiting Tracking Services"--and this is FAR from coincidence: Would it come as a real shock to learn that in these latter stages of the long process for this particular year's (ie. 2013) recruiting-class that consideration is given in ALL moves--INCLUDING, for example, who we invited to our "Senior Banquet", given the messages it sends--with an eye to NOT focussing attention on any late-in-the-day "adjustments" in what we "may be needing" after all, and WHO we're about to turn more of our attention on in order to FILL those needs? (If I go any further than posing that somewhat rhetorical question, I will be violating a promise I made to someone, so...) We've just had an all-too-chaotic-but-clear demo of what can happen when this sort of thing sees the light-of-day: That whole flip-flop-flip with the kid from Clemson is a lesson in how and why these things are better operated quietly, slowly, and "on the down-low"--you want to be the LAST "flip" or "flop", a lot likelier if it doesn't come out, at least how heavily you are pushing, 'til the very end.To be honest, I have no idea how heavy the Gator coaches are pursuing players. They do a pretty good job of keeping these things private. Recruiting services are getting frustrated that their only leads tend to come from kids' Twitter and Facebook accounts. All those sports nuts paying for premium access to recruiting information are wasting their money, because Florida coaches are being sneaky.
That being said, since Vonn Bell was not invited to the senior banquet, I have no idea if he is being heavily pursued or not. I do know that most of the kids who were invited to the senior banquet have stayed firm with commitments to Florida, other than Quinton Powell.