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joshnorris14
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2013 projected starters

Of the way too early variety. Anticipating Jenkins, Easley, and Floyd go pro.


Offense


QB- Driskel

RB- Jones/Taylor
FB- Joyer
HB- Burton

xWR- Fulwood
zWR- Dunbar
Slot- Pittman
TE- Reed

T- Humphries/Garcia
G- Dunker
C- Harrison
G- Halapio
T- Moore/Green


Defense

Buck- Powell
DE- Fowler/Bullard
DT- Orr/Jacobs
NT- Orr/Jacobs

Will- Morrison
Mike- Taylor
Sam- Powell/Kitchens

CB- Roberson
CB- Purifoy
NB- Watkins
S- Elam
S Gorman

K- Crofoot (?)
P- Christy
KR/PR- Debose
This post was edited on 11/25 at 9:45 pm



joshnorris14
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re: 2013 projected starters
I know we might have one or two DT's that are JUCO, don't know enough about them to decide if they could start or not.


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Gatoreng5
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re: 2013 projected starters
Good list but I would take Elam out, he is gone.
The JUCO kids will be interesting to see what we do with them and Oline will be determined only by the first game IMO.
Hardin should be the kicker next year
This post was edited on 11/25 at 10:17 pm


BasedGator
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re: 2013 projected starters
Jenkins goes pro but Elam doesn't? Don't see that happening.


gatorsimz
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re: 2013 projected starters
I could see Floyd and Elam leaving. I think Jenkins and Easley will stay.


BloodSweat&Beers
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re: 2013 projected starters
Neiron Ball has started over Kitchens this year.


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slayerxing
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re: 2013 projected starters
Elam and Floyd go pro:

Offense


QB- Driskel

RB- Jones/Taylor
FB- Joyer
HB- Burton

xWR- Pittman/Fullwood
zWR- Dunbar/Bailey
Slot- Patton
TE- Reed and Kent Taylor
TE2 - Clay Burton/Colin Thompson

T- Humphries/Garcia
G- Koehne/Silberman/Thurman
C- Harrison
G- Halapio
T- Moore/Green


Defense

Buck- Powell
DE- Fowler/Bullard
DT- Easley/Williams
NT- Orr/Jacobs

Will- Jenkins
Mike- Morrison/Taylor
Sam- Ball/Kitchens

CB- Roberson
CB- Watkins
NB- Purifoy
S- Saunders/Riggs
S- Gorman/Poole

K- Phillips
P- Christy
KR - Debose
PR - Roberson
This post was edited on 11/26 at 3:45 pm


Gatoreng5
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re: 2013 projected starters
Jones was running pretty well against FSU, he displayed patience and let the oline develop the blocks, looking good for next year


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KajunGator
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re: 2013 projected starters
quote:

I could see Floyd and Elam leaving. I think Jenkins and Easley will stay.


I agree, but I know Easley is talking to the other two about coming back.


reel_gator8
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re: 2013 projected starters
Garcia is NOT going to be a tackle...if you look at him...he is almost as wide as he is tall....a real beast...very built...but not a tackle...a OT needs to be a lot more nimble. Garcia is a guard and huge. Tackles need to be tall and have good footwork to pass protect.

The OL is going to be loaded in 2013...we will have depth...Chaz Green may be hard to unseat as starter...he has been learning the past two years....but he is a basketball player who was very athletic. I have friends who have been around him when he attended basketball camp at UF. I used to live across the street from Tampa Catholic years ago. You want tackles who can move their feet....he might even end up at LOT if healthy. Halapio is set...Harrison ditto and Garcia will compete and so will Silberman. Koehne is experienced, Dunker will be a guard that could stand out....then we have Clearwater kid who transferred from Nebraska that will be a soph and probably be a OT.


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