That's five prospects no longer part of the 2019 class
Davis says he's 100-percent healthy again and ready to pick up where he left off before a knee injury ended his freshman season in 2017, just when it looked like he was emerging as the Gators best and most elusive back.
Making the second team were running back Lamical Perine, defensive end Jabari Zuniga, linebacker David Reese II and specialists Evan McPherson (kicker) and Tommy Townsend (punter).
When the Gators open the season in Aug. 24 in Orlando against Miami, Florida’s pass catchers expect the offense will operate noticeably quicker than it did merely a season ago.
To start the 2019 campaign, Florida travels to Louisville, Ky. to compete in the Cardinal Classic, facing No. 25 Louisville on Aug. 30 and Dayton on Aug. 31.
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Teams like Florida, LSU and Texas A&M are ready to pounce if either favorite falters.