UF Pro Day came and went and left about 6 inches of rain in its wake. That didn’t discourage the participants who are trying to make an impression on pro scouts in attendance at the event. On Monday, every NFL team and even some from the CFL were in attendance at Florida’s Pro day to check out the Gators that are moving on. Jonotthan Harrison was one that impressed in the rain.
In the middle of what was a grand day for Florida football, a 30-10 win against Arkansas on Oct. 5, Gators center Jonotthan Harrison hit what appeared to be a low point when he was ejected in the third quarter for making contact with an official.
But in his first comments to the media on the incident since it happend, Harrison on Tuesday alleged the impetus for the ejection was...
#72 Jonotthan Harrison, C, Florida
HGT: 6-3 WGT: 310
Has appeared in 39 games, with 27 starts, in his career at Florida…Named to 2012 Rimington Award Watch List and Phil Steele Midseason All-SEC Third Team. 2012: Started at center in all 13 games for the Gators in 2012…Named a team captain against Tennessee, Vanderbilt and Louisiana…Had nine games grading out above...
The frustration built for the Gators as the turnovers continued. The Florida offensive players tried to encourage each other on the sideline, keeping them focused and optimistic. As the fumbles and interceptions continued throughout the game, the Gators wasted multiple opportunities. Florida center Jonotthan Harrison didn’t credit Miami, saying Florida cost itself the game.
Jonotthan Harrison, C, Florida, Senior
Height / Weight (lbs) – 6’3” / 310
Projected Round – 7-UFA
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Florida has been on a roll of late when it comes to churning out interior lineman talent, specifically the Pouncey brothers, into NFL talent. Now Jonotthan Brown hopes to continue the school’s success with producing...
Florida Gators starting center Jonotthan Harrison spoke with ESPN's Ed Aschoff regarding the state of the team's offensive line for the 2013 season.
The Florida offensive line struggled during games and on the practice field throughout the 2011 season. That was the first sign of the issues. It’s not the case anymore. The offseason program under first-year strength and conditioning coach Jeff Dillman added strength and athleticism to an offensive line that needed both. Jonotthan Harrison believes the results are tough to miss at practice.
With a new Offensive Coordinator to match a new offensive mindset, the Gators are ready to take the field this fall. Offensive lineman Jonotthan Harrison discusses the upcoming season at The Swamp.