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Chauncey Gardner: A Moniker
Master for Florida Gators Defense

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Written by Kassidy Hill, June 30, 2015, 0 Comments,
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If there’s one thing Florida Gators football fans can agree on, despite the past few years of questions, it’s that the Gators defense has been statistically (and entertainingly) good. But now there’s even more ways to describe them as 2016 cornerback commit Chauncey Gardner (6’0”, 194 lbs., Cocoa) let GatorCountry.com in on the list of monikers he and new defensive coordinator Geoff Collins have come up with to describe the Gators smash mouth group of guys.

Collins taught us about “psycho defense” back in spring ball, but now Gardner has given us “chomp chomp, mob squad, & BDN.” You’ll have to watch the video below for explanations. Mere words cannot do the definitions justice in the way that Chauncey’s enthusiasm can.

There’s another thing Gator football fans can agree on, at least according to Gardner, and that’s the status of his commitment to the University of Florida, which he calls “100%.”

The Cocoa Beach native plans to take all five officials but end with Florida and Coach Jim McElwain towards the end of his high school football season because “at the end of the day everybody knows I’m gonna be a Florida Gator.”

As for ways he can make an impact next football season in Ben Hill-Griffin Stadium, Gardner (whose presence and attitude liken to that of current Gator star Vernon Hargreaves III) says he sees himself being used in a multitude of ways.

“It’s not a picky place, so [the coaches are] gonna put me in a position where I can make plays…and I just want to get out there and have fun and play ball.”

 

Watch below for the full GatorCountry.com interview update with 2016 cornerback commit Chauncey Gardner.

Kassidy Hill

About Kassidy Hill

Born into a large family of sports fanatics and wordsmiths alike, sports journalism came natural to Kassidy. It’s more than a passion; it’s simply a part of who she is. Hailing from Alabama in the midst of typical Iron Bowl family, she learned very quickly just how deep ties in the SEC could run. She came to Gainesville after college to pursue a degree as television sports reporter but quickly realized she missed writing. She’s excited to now marry the two aspects for Gator fans. She loves Jesus, her daddy and football; wants to be Billy Donovan’s best friend and firmly believes that offensive lineman are the best people on earth. Follow her on Twitter @KassidyGHill

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If there’s one thing Florida Gators football fans can agree on, despite the past few years of questions, it’s that the Gators defense has been statistically (and entertainingly) good. But now there’s even more ways to describe them as 2016 cornerback commit Chauncey Gardner (6’0”, 194 lbs., Cocoa) let GatorCountry.com in on the list of monikers he and new defensive coordinator Geoff Collins have come up with to describe the Gators smash mouth group of guys.

Collins taught us about “psycho defense” back in spring ball, but now Gardner has given us “chomp chomp, mob squad, & BDN.” You’ll have to watch the video below for explanations. Mere words cannot do the definitions justice in the way that Chauncey’s enthusiasm can.

There’s another thing Gator football fans can agree on, at least according to Gardner, and that’s the status of his commitment to the University of Florida, which he calls “100%.”

The Cocoa Beach native plans to take all five officials but end with Florida and Coach Jim McElwain towards the end of his high school football season because “at the end of the day everybody knows I’m gonna be a Florida Gator.”

As for ways he can make an impact next football season in Ben Hill-Griffin Stadium, Gardner (whose presence and attitude liken to that of current Gator star Vernon Hargreaves III) says he sees himself being used in a multitude of ways.

“It’s not a picky place, so [the coaches are] gonna put me in a position where I can make plays…and I just want to get out there and have fun and play ball.”

 

Watch below for the full GatorCountry.com interview update with 2016 cornerback commit Chauncey Gardner.

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