Florida football: Plenty of capable players on the sideline
Down lower on the depth chart, we find plenty of guys who may not have a ton of experience but are capable of contributing if they are needed.
The first of these guys is Marcus Burke, who will be a redshirt sophomore this year. Burke had lots of buzz around him last year but only caught four passes for 30 yards. Look for him to expand on that role a bit this season.
Then we have Thai Chiaokhiao-Bowman, who showed some flashes of what he can do last season. He hauled in seven catches for 138 yards and looks to operate in a similar capacity this fall.
One further down the line is redshirt sophomore, Kahleil Jackson. He had two catches for 43 yards in 2022 and looks to keep developing this season as he looks for a bigger role in the offense.
The rest of the room is guys who didn’t see the field last season for Florida but are eager to show what they can do.
First is Alex Gonzales, a redshirt freshman from Fort Myers. Given his youth and inexperience, he’ll likely be a scout squad guy this season.
Another redshirt freshman in the group is Zak Sedaros from Melbourne, Florida. He will be running alongside Gonzales this fall.
Then we have Taylor Spierto, a redshirt sophomore out of Tennessee. He has a year of experience on these younger guys, but will also be used for scout looks this year.
The oldest and final player in this group is Daniel Cross, a redshirt senior from Orlando. Given his seniority, we’ll probably be able to see Cross get some action late in a few games this year, but that should be all.
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