Welcome to Chomp Chat, SEC Country’s daily Florida podcast with reporter Zach Abolverdi and Gators broadcaster Jeff Cardozo.
Florida coach Dan Mullen and his staff welcomed four more freshmen to campus this weekend for Summer A enrollment.
The Gators now have two-thirds of their 2018 recruiting class enrolled in school. The latest additions are tackle Richard Gouraige, guard Griffin McDowell, defensive end/linebacker Andrew Chatfield and linebacker/safety David Reese.
In the latest edition of Chomp Chat, we discuss some of the biggest question marks and storylines surrounding Florida’s incoming freshmen.
Here are the topics on the show Monday:
- Top-100 wide receiver Jacob Copeland is one of the final seven signees enrolling in June. He’s going to be used like former Florida wide receiver Percy Harvin. How much production will he have as a freshman?
- Quarterback Emory Jones showed flashes in the spring game and likely will have a package/role in the offense this season. But what are the chances he earns a start in Year 1?
- The Gators have a few freshmen who could play multiple positions. We break down the potential spots for Reese, Amari Burney and Justin Watkins.
- Jeff Cardozo discusses Florida’s series win over Georgia with Gators baseball coach Kevin O’Sullivan.
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