QB, Florida, 6-5 239, Rs-Sr, #11- What can I say, I’m a
fan. I think I only watch him when he played well. He played in
twelve games last season with ten starts. He stepped in when the
starting QB got injured, helped hold the offense together, and won
games. Great size for a QB. Prototype: Read More.
TE, Florida- 6-6, 239, #84-
He’s a good route runner. Terrific hands. He can scoop it off
the turf. Nice speed. He’s light for a TE, but he runs pattern
with the speed of a WR. Good hands to reach back and snag the pass
behind him: Read More.
Kadarius Toney- 6’. 193, Y-Wr,-
Started at wide receiver against Ole Miss and South Carolina... Led the Gators in rushing with a career-high 55 yards (long of 50) and caught five passes for 59 yards and a touchdown against the Rebels, making him one of nine FBS players with at least 50 yards rushing and receiving in a game... Tied a career-high in receptions (6) and set a career-best in receiving yards (86) in Florida's 34-28 victory over the
Trevon Grimes- 6-4, 218, Z-Wr, Sr-Tr- Inconsistent hands.
2020: Recorded two starts against Ole Miss and South Carolina… Caught three passes for 64 yards against Ole Miss, including a 22-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter… Finished with two receptions for 26 yards versus South
Stone Forsythe- 6-9, 312, OLT, Rs-Sr-
2020: Appeared and started at Ole Miss and against South
2019: Appeared and started in all 13 games at left tackle… Helped provide the time for the 16th-ranked passing offense in the country… Blocked for an offense that ranked 16th nationally in yards per play (6.5)… Named to the SEC Academic Honor
6-6, 350, Gr-Tr- Huge ORG. When he keeps his hands on the DL, he
is driving him backwards. When he gets high he loses his balance.
Needs to stay and play low better.
Started in games against Ole Miss and South Carolina at guard.
Prior to Florida: Played in 37 games over three seasons at Mississippi State (’17, ’18, ’19) and redshirted as a freshman (’16)… Played at guard and tackle for MSU… Three-time member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll (2016, 2017,
DT, Florida, 6-5, 358, #56-
Huge dude. I mean, gigantic. And he can move in the run game. He
will play Nose Tackle in Odd fronts and Defensive Tackle in Even
fronts. Great big nose tackle looking dude. Powerful.
Forceful. Aggressive. You can’t dig him out.
Edge, Florida, Rs-Sr, 6-6, 228, #7- 2019: Made appearances in nine games, notching eight starts
on the defensive line prior to sustaining a season-ending
injury… Totaled 31 tackles on the year, including 6.5
tackles-for-loss and 3.0 sacks, three QB hurries and two pass
breakups… One of eight Gators to finish with at least 3.0
sacks… Tallied at least four tackles in six games… Recorded
sacks on two occasions (Tennessee, South Carolina)… Was named
SEC Defensive Player of the Week after a season-high five-tackle
and half-sack performance against Towson…
LB, Florida, Rs-Jr, 6', 222, #51-
in 12 games, starting 11 at linebacker… Finished second on the
team in tackles (55)… One of eight Gators to finish with at
least 3.0 sacks… Recorded six tackles and a career-high 2.0
sacks in season opener against Miami.
III- 6-3, 194, CB, Florida, #21- Not
a lot of Tape on him. He only started six games. Smart kid. Good
student. Anticipates well. Man! There are some big CBs in this
Draft. This the third or fourth Corner I’ve looked at 6-3 or
bigger. He was a Nickel 2018 until Marco Wilson got hurt and
started nine games after that. He started 6 games in 2019: Read More.
CB/FS, Florida, 6', 190, #3-
He looks so light on his feet. No trouble keeping up with the
outside WR, while looking back at the QB. He can make a break on
the ball better than the WR sometimes. He has some nice suddenness
turning and running with the WR. He can dive out and intercept the
ball low and outside. Doesn’t have the steadiest hands: Read More.
6-6, 295, DT- 2020 (SENIOR): Made the start at tackle and had five tackles, 1.5 for loss, in the season-opening win over
6-5, 270, DE, Rr-Sr-
(SENIOR): Served as team captain for the season opener ... Matched his career total entering the season with 1.5 sacks in the season-opening win over Vanderbilt, including a fourth-quarter sack for a 10-yard
#33 Aaron Hansford-
6-3, 245k LB, Rs-Sr-
(SENIOR): Made the start at linebacker and helped lead the defense with 11 tackles, reaching double figures in the category for the first time in his career, in the season-opening win over
#1 Buddy Johnson-
6-2, 240, LB,- Workout Warrior.
(SENIOR): Served as team captain in the season opener ... Helped lead the defense with 11 tackles, reaching double figures in the category for the third time in his career in the season-opening win over Vanderbilt ... Prior to the season, was named to the Nagurski and Butkus Award Watch
#0 Myles Jones- 6-4, 185, Safety-
(SENIOR): Had four tackles and a breakup in the season-opening win over
2019 (JUNIOR): Started all 13 games … Was second on the team with six pass breakups on the year … Had two interceptions, returned for 33 total yards in the season-opening win over Texas State.
QB Texas A&M, 6-3, 217, #11- Inconsistent QB. He has
everything you want in a QB except consistency. Except, you need
consistency from your QB to win consistently. He made a great
decision to stay in school. Plays better as the game goes on. He
has some clutch in him. Tends to start out slow and plays better
in the 2nd half and 4th quarter:
6-5, 300, Rs-Sr-
(SENIOR): Made the start at center and helped clear the way for Isaiah Spiller's fifth career 100-yard rushing game in the season-opening win over
2019 (JUNIOR): Played in eight games … Earned the Offensive Unselfish Leadership Award at the annual team
#73 Jared Hocker-
ORG, 6-5, 325-
(SENIOR): Made the start at right guard and helped clear the way for Isaiah Spiller's fifth career 100-yard rushing game in the season-opening win over
2019 (JUNIOR): Started all 13 games … Made the start in the season-opening win over Texas State, clearing the way for two 100-yard
#54 Carson Green- 6-3, 320, ORT, SR- 2020
(SENIOR): Made the start at right tackle and helped clear the way for Isaiah Spiller's fifth career 100-yard rushing game in the season-opening win over Vanderbilt ... Was named to the Preseason Coaches' All-SEC Third