As part of our spring practice preview, each day this week GatorNation addressed the five biggest questions facing the Gators. Today we’ll complete our series with a look at the situation at tight end.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Tight end production in the passing game is a major question mark for Florida heading into spring practice.
With the departure of Jordan Reed -- who caught 73 passes in the last two seasons -- to the NFL, the Gators are thin on experience at tight end. There is a lot of pressure on a couple of young players to at least give UF some kind of production because there’s not a lot of confidence that the older players can get it done.