Posted April 25, 2013 on florida.scout.com
Florida special teams coach Jeff Choate knows the caliber of situation he’s stepping into this season. He has weapons to play with in all facets of special teams. The Gators return one of the best punters in the country with dynamic returning options in the punt and kick game. Florida will have to replace the best kicker in school history, but Choate has a lot of options on special teams.
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