Former Florida defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd will not participate in the Gators' annual pro day Tuesday because of a minor ankle injury, his agent said Friday.
With starting quarterback Jeff Driskel likely out with an ankle injury, the Gators are planning to adapt their offense to backup Jacoby Brissett with Wildcat quarterback Trey Burton mixed in.
It's already been a long and windy road for Jeff Driskel, the nation's No. 1 QB prospect in 2010, to get to his first start for the Florida Gators.
Jeff Demps ran for a career-high 158 yards and two touchdowns, shouldering the load because of Chris Rainey's ankle injury, and Florida beat Vanderbilt 26-21 Saturday to end a four-game skid.
Alabama defensive end Marcell Dareus is nursing an ankle injury, but coach Nick Saban expects him back in practice by Wednesday.
Percy Harvin, Florida's do-it-all receiver, will not play in Saturday afternoon's Southeastern Conference championship game.
Florida running back Jeff Demps and defensive end Ronald Powell were out with injuries for Saturday night's game at No. 24 Auburn.
Florida's Percy Harvin ran routes and caught passes Tuesday, his most work since spraining his right ankle last month against Florida State.