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Chomping at Bits: Florida listed as guest school for satellite camp in Georgia
May 10, 2016
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The Gators were touted as special guests for a camp at Mercer.

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Florida listed as guest school for satellite camp: Mercer University, located in Macon, Georgia, is holding a camp June 3-4, 2016, and announced 10 partners for the camp, including Florida. The other guest schools mentioned were Auburn, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Georgia Southern, South Carolina, Georgia State, Appalachian State, Charlotte, and Marshall. (Anthony Chiang, Palm Beach PostLuke Stampini, 247 SportsGainesville Sun)

Former Gators defensive lineman Reggie McGrew joins strength and conditioning staff: McGrew played at Florida from 1995-1998 and was a part of Florida’s 1996 national championship team. He entered the NFL Draft after his junior season and was selected 24th overall by the San Francisco 49ers, but his career was limited by injuries. (Scott Carter, Florida GatorsMatt Barbato, SEC Country)

No. 1 Gators host USF Bulls: The top-ranked Gators’ baseball team hosts South Florida tonight. Florida is 40-8 and tied with South Carolina for first-place in the SEC East. The Gators will also be at home this weekend for a three-game series with Vanderbilt. (Patrick Pinak, Independent Florida Alligator)

No. 1 Florida softball prepares for offseason: The SEC Tournament begins on Thursday. Florida enters the tournament with the second-highest winning percentage in Florida softball history. The Gators have a first round bye as the conference’s top seed, and will face the winner of Wednesday’s game between Ole Miss and Georgia. (Matt Brannon, Independent Florida Alligator)

Kelly Barnhill is SEC Freshman of the Week: Barnhill threw Florida’s fourth no-hitter of the season, and first of her career, in Sunday’s game against Arkansas.

Valdez Showers signs with Washington:

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