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January 2, 2014
Under Armour Bowl Game Viewing Guide
When the Under Armour All American Game kicks off Thursday afternoon at 4 p.m. in St. Petersburg, Fla., there will be several Florida Gator commits and targets taking part in the game for the Gator Nation to keep an eye on.
Date: Thursday, Jan. 2, 2014 Site: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. Time: 4:00 p.m. EST TV: ESPN
GATOR FANS WILL WANT TO KEEP AN EYE ON
GREY SQUAD - TEAM NITRO
#1 wide out Ermon Lane: For most of the week he has been absoluely lights out. Lane has long strides that helps him to cover a lot of ground quickly. He can get seperation deep and on underneath routes. His hands haven't caught up with his natural ability to this point.
#3 cornerback J.C. Jackson: He has definitley gotten bigger since the spring. He came in with a much bigger, more solid build, than many of the other cornerbacks, making him more of a complete defensive back. Jackson has elite speed and now the size to go with it.
#8 defensive end Lorenzo Carter: It has been a strange week for Carter, who has been pretty hit or miss during the week. Some days he shines other days he has been easy to overlook.
#21 running back Jeff Jones: After the first day of practice he was graded out better than former Florida commit Dalvin Cook. While he doesn't have Cook's blazing speed, he is a more complete back.
#26 cornerback/safety Quincy Wilson: Though he normally plays cornerback, he has seen time at safety all week. He's covered guys in the slot and is holding his own against speedy guys.
#33 safety Jamal Adams: This four-star has been one of the most vocal players all week. Adams has elite coverage skills to go with his physical play. He has a chance to be very good at the next level.
RED SQUAD - TEAM HIGHLIGHT
#6 athlete Bo Scarbrough: Though many consider him a running back, during most of the week here at Under Armour he's worked out mostly at wide out. He is a playmaker anywhere on the field.
#7 wide out Travis Rudolph: This Rivals100 member has been one of the most solid receivers all week. He runs crisp routes and has some of the best hands in the game.
#21 cornerback Adoree' Jackson: Although he is a bit on the smaller side, he plays bigger than he looks. For much of the week quarterbacks have avoided throwing his way.
#55 defensive tackle Thomas Holley: He wasn't overly spectacular during the week of practice, but he did his job for the most part. He's been double teamed a lot and still gets a good push.
#90 defensive end Gerald Willis III: He has been a terror for offensive linemen this week. He has great size and also has moves to shed blocks. Willis can bull rush with is power and also has a nasty spin move.
* Jamal Adams: He is down to a final three of Florida, LSU and Ole Miss. Though Florida was the one time favorite to land him, many predict he announces for LSU today.
* Travis Rudolph: At one time Florida was the outright leader and the Gators are still listed in his final five, but several programs are currently ahead of UF, including favorite Alabama.
* Jalen Tabor: The Gator Nation won't have interest in watching this because he might pick Florida (he is down to Alabama and Arizona State), but because this is the third player making an announcement today who at one time had the Gators leading.
* Gerald Willis III: He has a final two of Florida and LSU with many have him penciled in as a Tiger at this time, but the Gators have a chance here.
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