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The Transformers: Looking at Gators who have reshaped their bodies

A number of Gators who participated in the first two practices of the spring showed significant progress in their physical development from last season to now. Now, Inside the Gators takes a closer look at those Gators who have added mass and gotten noticeably stronger in a year’s time.

Sophomore defensive end Antonneous Clayton.
Sophomore defensive end Antonneous Clayton. (Alex Shepherd/Inside the Gators)

Sophomore defensive end Antonneous Clayton: Early on when he arrived at Florida as a summer enrollee, Clayton weighed just roughly 220 pounds at 6-foot-3 after dealing with the flu early on in Gainesville. However, when put on the proper diet and regimen, the once-thin Clayton put on weight rapidly. By September, he claimed he was already in the 250-pound range – something Jim McElwain also confirmed. When he took the field during the first week of spring practice, the bulk Clayton added to his frame was noticeable, as he showcased a much-stronger upper body.

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