Florida coach Jim McElwain met with the media Wednesday for his midweek press conference and gave the latest update on his program 10 days prior to the season opener against Michigan.

The Gator coach went into detail regarding the growth and development of his young defense and also provided an in-depth look into the team’s injury situation with fall camp winding down.

Of course, McElwain knew the first question he would be asked was about his starting quarterback for the opener. The Gator coach said no decision has been made yet at this point but did have some comments regarding his thoughts on the team’s signal callers.

Here’s a run down of the topics McElwain touched on during his press conference:

  • McElwain believes the nickel and corner spots are “coming together”
  • Chauncey Gardner has been playing safety
  • Freshman defensive tackle Kyree Campbell has impressed
  • McElwain said he, “can’t say enough about TJ McCoy and what he brings” to our team
  • Haven’t started Michigan prep at all – “When you get a look at their roster, let me know”
  • Not naming a starter at QB – they all bring something to the table; have to play to their strengths
  • Will all of the QBs play? “I don’t know yet.” The competition has brought out good things
  • Injuries: Kemore Gamble is out (foot), Joseph Putu is out, CJ McWilliams is out, Kylan Johnson is out, Quincy Lenton is back, Jawaan Taylor will be playing vs Michigan, Jordan Sherit is going