NFL Draft 2023 : Florida Defensive Tackle Declare.
By Nitin Singh
As players from their different colleges start to make crucial decisions about their futures, including whether to seek a fresh start with another program or pursue professional opportunities,
the college football hot stove is in full flame. The Florida Gators have had a news cycle full of both, but the greatest stories have revolved around those who are entering the NFL draft.
Defensive lineman Gervon Dexter Sr., a sophomore, said on Monday that he will forgo the rest of his college eligibility and enter the 2023 NFL draft instead.
As a result, he will not participate in the Las Vegas Bowl on December 17 alongside his Orange and Blue teammates because the 6-foot-6-inch, 312-pound behemot
h is getting ready for the arduous trek.
Over the course of his career in Gainesville, Dexter started in 23 of the 37 games he appeared in, seeing significant playing time as soon as he landed on campus.
Dexter had considerable playing time as soon as he arrived on school, starting 23 of the 37 games during the length of his career in Gainesville.
The former five-star prospect received plenty of work under Billy Napier as well; in 2022, he recorded a team-high 636 snaps, or 53 per game, ran
king him 13th in the FBS.
Soon after Dexter made his declaration, quarterback Anthony Richardson announced that he would be the fourth player from the 2022 team to enter the draft,
oining wide receiver Justin Shorter and offensive lineman O'Cyrus Torrence as Gators who had already declared for the draft.
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