November 20th, 2010 02:20 PM║ Posted By: MrSEC.com ║ Permalink
Tags: DEFENSE, OFFENSE, Phil Steele, Texas Career
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With kickoff against Appalachian State coming up, it’s Senior Day in The Swamp. The Gators have 23 seniors playing their final game in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Here’s a list with a little info about each.
Name: Marcus Gilbert
Hometown: Fort Lauderdale
Career accomplishments: Gilbert has started every game this season and has 27 career starts. He has appeared in 49 games and last season was picked Fourth Team All-SEC by Phil Steele.
Name: Maurice Hurt
Hometown: Milledgeville, Ga.
Career accomplishments: Has 16 starts, including all 10 this season, in 39 career appearances.
Name: Carl Johnson
Hometown: Durham, N.C.
Career accomplishments: Johnson has started in 30 of the 47 games he has appeared in.
Name: Emmanuel Moody
Hometown: Coppell, Texas
Career accomplishments: A transfer from UCS, Moody ranks second in rushing attempts this season.
Name: Carl Moore
Hometown: Rancho Cordova, Calif.
Career accomplishments: Moore, who transferred from Sierra Community College, is third on the team in receptions this season. He played in all but one game in 2008, his first season with the team.
Name: Mike Pouncey
Career accomplishments: Named to the Outland Trophy watch list last season, Pouncey earned AP Second Team All-American Honors. He was also an AP First-Team All-SEC pick by the conference and Phil Steele. He has appeared in 51 career games, starting 42.
Name: Solomon Schoonover
Career accomplishments: A walk-on, Schoonover plays WR on the scout team.
Name: Justin Williams
Hometown: Folkston, Ga.
Career accomplishments: Played safety last season before returning to receiver this year. Has appeared in 44 games.
Name: Brandon Antwine
Career accomplishments: Primarily a backup, Antwine has appeared in 32 games and started three.
Name: Gary Beemer
Career accomplishments: Named to the 2009 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll.
Name: Ahmad Black
Career accomplishments: Black leads the Gators with 93 tackles this season and has three interceptions. He is first in the SEC and tied for 10th nationally among active players with 11 career interceptions. Black earned Fourth-Team All-SEC honors from Phil Steele last season and was an Honorable Mention AP All-SEC pick.
Name: Miguel Carodine
Career accomplishments: Has appeared in four career games.
Name: Lorenzo Edwards
Career accomplishments: A back-up linebacker, Edwards starts on punts and kickoff returns. He has 42 career appearances.
Name: Brandon Hicks
Career accomplishments: Has appeared in 50 games, which is more than any other player on the Gators’ defense. Matched his career high of two sacks in a game this season at Tennessee.
Name: A.J. Jones
Career accomplishments: A starter in 39 of his 48 appearances, Jones it tied for fourth on the team this season with 44 tackles.
Name: Duke Lemmens
Hometown: Westlake Village, Calif.
Career accomplishments: In his first year as a starter, Lemmens leads the Gators with four sacks and five quarterback hurries. He has started 11 games and appeared in 42.
Name: Lawrence Marsh
Hometown: Augusta, Ga.
Career accomplishments: Marsh has 18 starts in 39 appearances in his career.
Name: Terron Sanders
Career accomplishments: Sanders has started in six of the nine games he appeared in this season. He had a career-high five tackles at Alabama on Oct. 2.
Name: Shawn Schmieder
Career accomplishments: A walk-on, Schmieder has appeared in 14 games.
Name: Justin Trattou
Hometown: Ramsey, N.J.
Career accomplishments: In his first year as a starter, Trattou is second on the team with nine tackles for a loss. That includes a streak of seven games that he recorded on. Trattou has 28 starts in 49 career appearances.
Name: Glen Watson
Career accomplishments: A walk-on, Watson has appeared in two games.
Name: John Fairbanks
Career accomplishments: The center on field goal unit, Fairbanks has played in all 10 games this season. He has appeared in 38 career games.
Name: Chas Henry
Hometown: Dallas, Ga.
Career accomplishments: A Ray Guy Award semifinalist for the third consecutive year, Henry leads the nation in punting this season. Last season he was selected Second-Team All-SEC by the AP and Third-Team All-SEC by Phil Steele.
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