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Chomping at Bits: Florida hosting recruits, holding Saturday scrimmage

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The Gators continue preparing for next weekend’s Orange & Blue Debut.

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UF visitor list for April 6 weekend: Several prospects will be on campus for practices and Saturday’s scrimmage. Dan Mullen and his staff are also hosting a coaching clinic this weekend. (Andrew Spivey, Gator Country)

Gators not focusing on depth chart, focusing on laying foundation: The mantra for spring has been “fundamentals.” (Ryan Young, SEC Country)

Florida has playmaking options in Mullen’s run dominant spread: Successful so far on the PR side of things, Mullen was brought to Florida to bring a fun and potent offense back to the Gators. (Neil Blackmon, Saturday Down South)

On the Gators’ cornerbacks: Looking for options behind Marco Wilson and C.J. Henderson. (Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun; Ryan Young, SEC Country)

Safety coach Ron English on his players: English discusses praise being given to his crew, the unit’s level of experience, Shawn Davis, Brad Stewart, Jeawon Taylor, and Donovan Stiner. (Bob Redman, 247Sports)

Alyssa Baumann bracing for bigger role: The freshman has moved into the anchor spot in the floor routine following senior Kennedy Baker’s injury. Florida competes at the NCAA University Park Regional this weekend at Penn State. (Josie Kuhlman, Florida Gators)

UF swimming cleans up postseason SEC awards: The Gators took home both Male Swimmer of the Year and Men’s Swimming Coach of the Year, as well as nine All-SEC First Team honors, three All-SEC Second Team honors, and two All-Freshman Team accolades.(Katie Callahan, Florida Gators)

Florida baseball traveling to Tennessee for weekend series: The No. 1 Gators will play three games in Knoxville. (Daniel Apple, Florida Gators)

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