Florida opened spring camp on Tuesday and invited any and all fans to come out and watch the debut practice of the 2019 season. As it turns out, it wasn’t just Florida fans that were invited to view the Gators’ first practice of the spring.
With the Gators losing four starters from last season’s offensive line, starting roles and depth up front will be an issue until the coaching staff figures out which players can be counted on come the fall. One of the potential players down the line that could help that unit was in Gainesville as spring practice kicked off for the Gators.
The Gators hosted former Ole Miss offensive lineman Tony Gray on Tuesday, as first reported by Blake Alderman of 247Sports. Alderman also posted a photo of Gray checking out the first Florida practice of the spring.
The 6-foot-5, 290-pound Gray was an Under Armour All-American coming out of Grayson High School in the 2017 recruiting cycle. He signed with Ole Miss over Florida and South Carolina but it appears his path could eventually lead him to a playing career in Gainesville one day.
Gray left the Ole Miss program in January and would have to sit out a year if he decided to transfer to Florida.