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Chomping at Bits: Florida issues first 2021 depth chart; Kamar Wilcoxson out after surgery

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Florida’s secondary got a little thinner after a promising youngster’s injury and surgery.

NCAA Football: Florida Gators Press Conference The Gainesville Sun-USA TODAY NE

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Florida drops first 2021 depth chart: More analysis later today, but the obvious spots to take note of are right tackle, where Jean Delance persists; slot receiver, where we see the greatest wide receiver of all time; and the corner spot opposite Kaiir Elam, where Avery Helm is, er, at the helm. (Matthew Hutchison, Florida Gators | Scott Carter, Florida Gators)

Dan Mullen’s final preseason presser: I didn’t watch yesterday — my Monday was busier than expected — but it was not a groundbreaking session, by all accounts.

Kamar Wilcoxson tweets about knee injury, surgery: The usual way of handling news about an athlete’s injury goes out the door when the athlete controls the news cycle.

Wilcoxson came to Florida in 2020 as an early-enrolling defensive back who hadn’t found a spot; lately, he’d been working more at safety, and he was fairly likely to play in a reserve role this fall. His recovery from what Mullen termed a “knee issue” seems likely to keep him out for at least a significant period of this season.

Yousef Mugharbil hospitalized after scooter crash: The freshman lineman crashed into a semi truck on a scooter, and the person giving the official quote from GPD called his injuries “serious road rash.” So thank goodness that wasn’t worse. (Isabella Douglas, The Independent Florida Alligator)

Football tickets go fully mobile, digital: I have a lot of thoughts on this but I want to organize them before I complain too hard. (Florida Gators)

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