NEW YORK — The New England Patriots will have a crowded offensive line this summer. The Patriots selected Florida guard Jon Halapio at No. 179 overall in the sixth round of the 2014 NFL draft on Saturday. Halapio is the third offensive lineman and second player from Florida that the Patriots have drafted. Halpio appeared in 51 games for the Gators, starting 38 at right guard, including...
Jon Halapio’s aspirations of living in the NFL trenches began at an early age. The former Florida guard remembers being 8 years old and dreaming of playing football at the highest level. It wasn’t until high school when Halapio’s path to the NFL began to crystallize. While he was only touted as a three-star recruit, Florida had interest in him and presented an offer early....
Former Florida offensive lineman Jon Halapio is spending the week preparing for the Senior Bowl this weekend. And while there, he was asked by the Cleveland Browns to list all the things he would do with a brick according to … Continue reading →
Mike Summers takes over as Florida’s new offensive line coach. The Florida Gators hired Mike Summers as their new offensive line coach this past Monday. Summers replaces Tim Davis, who was fired at the end of the season. Summers has 34 years of coaching experience and spent 2013 as the running game coordinator and offensive line coach at USC. The move reunites him with Florida’s...
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