Predicting where Florida's draft-eligible players will be selected on what should be a banner NFL draft for the Gators.
Florida defensive line coach Bryant Young, a member of Will Muschamp's inaugural staff, resigned Wednesday afternoon citing personal reasons.
Linebacker Jelani Jenkins' 40-yard-dash time at Florida's pro day wasn't as important as showing he has recovered from a broken bone in his right foot.
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.
Florida has a long legacy of father-son legacies. Kelvin Taylor, son of all-time great Fred Taylor and Marcell Harris, son of former reserve Mike Harris are the latest.
A look at how the 10 former Florida Gators fared at the NFL scouting combine leading into the 2013 NFL draft.
The Gators' hopes are high for incoming true freshman Vernon Hargreaves III. Florida has produced many NFL defensive backs in recent years, and Hargreaves' talent could surpass them all.
Florida signed five receivers in one class twice since 1997. Neither time, however, did anyone make much of an impact as a freshman. And only three developed into playmakers for the Gators.
Dominique Easley came on at defensive end late in 2012 for the Gators, but after losing both starters at defensive tackle, Florida might need Easley to move back inside.
The Gators need several freshmen to make instant impacts in 2013, but Florida's recent history shows that it's rare for even three freshmen to do so.
Florida defensive coordinator Dan Quinn is going back to the NFL -- and back to Seattle, too.
Florida has a lot of holes to fill on its 2013 depth chart. Michael DiRocco looks at a handful of players who could emerge as key contributors.
An outstanding performance by the secondary backed up strong efforts by the line and linebackers, creating a strong Gators defensive unit.
An injury-plagued season hasn't kept linebacker Jelani Jenkins from being the latest Florida player to decide to bypass his final season for the NFL.
Florida redshirt junior tight end Jordan Reed, who led the Gators in receptions and receiving yardage this season, announced through the school on Friday that he was forgoing his final season and declaring for the NFL draft.
Florida lost to Louisville in the Allstate Sugar Bowl on Wednesday night, and then the third-ranked Gators lost two of their best players.