Live from football practice (8/16/22)

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  • #19056
    Cam Parker
    ITG Staff

    Coming up in approximately 10 minutes, the Gators will be holding a 15-minute open portion of today’s practice.

    Follow along for observations, videos and updates from practice.

    #19057
    Cam Parker
    ITG Staff

    Health:

    Black non-contact jerseys (participants):

    Defense
    DB Jason Marshall Jr.
    DB Javion Toombs
    LB Ventrell Miller
    OLB Antwaun Powell-Ryland Jr.
    DL Jalen Lee

    Offense
    WR Ja’Markis Weston

    Black non-contact jerseys (non-participants):

    Defense (none)

    Offense
    QB Jalen Kitna
    QB Jack Miller III
    WR Ricky Pearsall
    TE Arlis Boardhingham

    Kitna was dressed out, but was standing off to the side in the IPF.

    Pearsall and Boardingham were dressed out on stationary bikes. Boardingham’s arm was in a sling.

    Miller III was seen walking into the new facility as the media walked onto the field. His right wrist (throwing arm) was in a brace.

    #19058
    Cam Parker
    ITG Staff

    Spent most of my time watching QBs and receivers.

    As always, Anthony Richardson had no problem making throws.

    Max Brown looked good all things considered. He doesn’t like quite game-ready, but he was making some good throws. It’s a bit concerning that neither Miller III or Kitna participated, but this practice (and potentially the rest this week) creates a good opportunity for Brown to gain confidence and experience.

    The wide receivers showed good quickness and hands. Trent Whittemore and Justin Shorter were the most consistent with routes and hands, which should be a surprise to no one.

    Caleb Douglas’ footwork is unbelievable, especially on the whip routes. Quick hands to get the ball, too.

    I also spent some time watching the safeties, who worked on pass drops, high pointing interceptions and breaking on routes.

    Miguel Mitchell and Corey Collier had the reps of the day from what I saw. Good breaks and nice drop backs.

    Kamari Wilson had a nice rep, but only after Patrick Toney made him redo it.

    Keeping with the attention to detail, a trait that the WRs struggled with last week carried over slightly to the safeties: putting the ball in the outside arm.

    Toney had to remind Jadarrius Perkins to tuck the ball tight in his outside arm. Outside of him, no other players struggled with it.

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    Mark Wheeler
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