Experience and time working against Gators' QB's
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RB depth is a good problem to have.
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RS Senior Khairi Clark embracing role as mentor.
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10 Early Standouts & Observations with newcomers.
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10. TE Lucas Krull - Very rusty, but they like his frame.
9. RE Andrew Chatfield - getting reps at the crowded Buck position, but don't be surprised if he gets playing time in ST, back-up time.
8. S Amari Burney - Big, physical guy who will play nickel and safety. Has looked good so far.
7. OL Chris Bleich - He is a mauler and should get playing time as the OL has been underwhelming at times.
6. RB Dameon Pierce - Strong guy w/ low center gravity, could end up the main competition for Scarlett.
5. CB Trey Dean - Key back-up and has the frame the coaches will want to develop into a starter.
4. LB David Reese - The freshman runs like a DB and should get time in the rotation.
3. TE Kyle Pitts - This could be the true competition for Lewis as he's looked legit and could be a major mismatch in coverage.
2. WR Trevon Grimes - Has really progressed and could see many red zone snaps. Learned a lot from the next and top guy on the list.
1. WR Van Jefferson - I'm just going to post the entire write-up as it'll make you salivate if you have any optimism left in your orange & blue heart.
It's clear at this point that after a terrific spring and a good start to fall camp Jefferson is a definite starter for Florida. In all probability he's the team's No. 1 receiver this fall. He's just so fluid in his routes and has such soft hands. He's one of the most naturally gifted receivers we've seen at Florida in a few years. He reminds us to some degree of Demarcus Robinson, though he seems much more polished and a bit more smooth. He'll play a massive role for the Gators this fall.