Here are our notes and observations from Friday afternoon practice in Florida, our third pre-season camp. Players were wearing the shells (helmets and shoulder pads) for the first time after spending the first two sessions in helmets only as required by the NCAA in the first two teaching sessions of pre-season camp. The session was held indoors at a soccer training facility in Florida. The media were allowed to watch only one session, which lasted 14 minutes.
Florida held its third pre-season training camp Friday afternoon. The session was held indoors and players were wearing shells for the first time after spending their first two training sessions in helmets only as required by the NCAA. The media were allowed to observe 14 minutes of the session, an expectation for the rest of the fall camp and into the season. The Gators were in buliding groups for the entire observed window, and that was the case during the spring as well.
– Seen as one of the team’s deepest units, the Florida run’s appearance was working foot speed and body control in an exercise that required them to weave a row of pads before sliding under a metal bar. running backs coach Jabbar Golok He was particularly candid during the session, praising the players who did the exercise well and asking the players to repeat the exercise if they failed to do so to his liking. Junior running back Lorenzo Lingard He was an outstanding performer during the session, receiving praise from Juluke on multiple occasions. Brigadier General Nai Kwan Wright, who is in the final stages of rehab for an ankle injury that required off-season surgery, appeared to be going through the drill somewhat slower than his fellow linebackers, prompting Gulluk to shout “Play fast, gentlemen! Play fast! !” But Wright was not asked to re-train. student Trevor Etiennewho was a former four-star prospect who joined over the summer, had to repeat the exercise three times before Juluke granted him a pass.
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The Cincinnati Bengals and New York Jets had scouts in attendance for the training session. As the Bengals representative spent the window open to the media walking on the sidelines and taking notes, the Jets scouts appeared to be locked up in the Florida linebacker’s indoor unit. But it is not clear which player caught his eye.
One of the Florida players had a particularly rowdy day: a sophomore Derek Wingo. In addition to performing well, Wingo was helping some other players center their head and technique. At one point Wingo told junior quarterback Kenny Anyahi to “look straight ahead” during training sessions. Anyaehies’ head appeared to droop to the left during the exercise and Wingo quickly grabbed him.
– During an on-air knocking session in which the Florida quarterbacks took turns throwing receivers, the small receiver Ricky Pearsall He looked particularly sharp, making a couple of nice shots on short winding trails and displaying his speed after making quick turns and zipping off into the field. Pearsall has been receiving praise from his teammates and coaches recently. Salameh Rashad Torrens, who spoke to the media on Friday morning, was the latest to applaud the move to Arizona.
“Just the energy it brings and having a fresh face — most guys come in kind of shy but he’s dealing with the energy he has here, and we embraced that. So, it feels great,” Torrence said. “It’s a beautiful piece.
Justin Shorter The Ja’Quavion Fraziers also performed well during this training segment while all four Florida Scholarships quarterbacks kept the ball relatively on target with a few throws that were a bit far away.
– narrow end junior Dante Zanderjunior outer back Brenton Cox and receiving student Trent Whitmore She was not noticed in attendance for Friday’s training session. A team spokesperson told members of the media that the trio is graduating, which resulted in their absence.
The Florida Game-Changing Group (special teams) have been working together overseas throughout the observation period. kicker beginner see fish He was wearing a black shirt not attached to the jersey for the third day in a row. It is not clear why.
– Safety Student Redshirt Dakota Mitchell He was not noticed in attendance during Friday’s session, although there was nothing to worry about regarding the safety of the freshmen. Mitchell was noticed in an offline shirt during both the first and second camps in Florida and was not working with his unit. Instead, the 5-foot-11, 180-pound defender from Winter Park, Florida has been training with the Players Athletic Development Manager. Joe Danes In the team’s in-house training facility. While his illness is unknown at this time, the head coach Billy Napier He said Friday that he is expected to return soon.
Junior offensive tackle Richard George He’s also not noticed, despite being in the same boat as Mitchell. Gouraige deals with a very minor illness in the lower body, multiple sources have told Swamp247.
– Tight end again Jonathan Odom He was observed in an unattached shirt but was still training with his unit. He underwent shoulder surgery to repair a labrum tear in the spring and is expected to be cleared by the time the season begins.
Secondary Corner Jaydon Hill It is not observed in practice due to an undisclosed injury. Napier said he will be out for the foreseeable future.