Posted November 07, 2012 on florida.scout.com
After tearing his ACL in the final regular season game against Florida State last year, no one was really sure what to expect out of defensive lineman Dominique Easley this year. He switched outside to defensive end, but there were questions about his burst after the knee injury. The junior is starting to play more consistently and be a bigger factor as the season continues.
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