Posted March 19, 2013 on florida.scout.com
Loucheiz Purifoy hasn't always been excited about his role for 2013. When he was approached with the idea of moving to the offense to get more comfortable at receiver, he wasn’t so sure. That’s no longer the case. Even going up against Florida’s deep secondary hasn’t changed his mind. The junior will play all over the field during the fall, but there’s no debate which side he prefers.
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