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Defense: Grading the two-deep depth chart

October 11, 2018

October is the month of midterms in Gainesville both in the classroom and on the gridiron. Florida (5-1, 3-1 SEC) is at the halfway point of the 2018 season and it's time to hand out some grades.

Today Kassidy Hill and Mark Wheeler will grade the offensive two-deep depth chart as part of our mid-season review series.

Defense: Grading the two-deep depth chart

1,891 Views | 2 Replies | Last: 3 yr ago by KassidyHill
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I do not get the "A" rating for Rayshad Jackson, he simply missed WAY to many tackles against Kentucky to get anything other than a C, and his performances in Week 1 and Week 3 were just more of the same.
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I'm a lot more forgiving about missed tackles against Kentucky having seen Snell and Wilson run over pretty much everyone else they've played as well, especially considering it was only Jackson's first SEC start after the last staff basically ignoring him.

Especially since Reese has returned, Jackson has been really good playing off him and until this last game when Vosean just blew up, Jackson was leading tackler.

Rewatching the games and going back over my notes, I just have a lot of moments where he stood out. It's somewhat subjective though so can understand if you've seen something different.
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