Orange and Blue game draft results

Dan Mullen made a change to the Orange and Blue game this year. The first year Florida head coach decided rather than having the ones go against the twos, which usually leads to a lopsided, uncompetitive, spring game that the team would draft.

Captains were selected and the teams — orange and blue — were drafted on Friday afternoon. Here are the rosters for both teams.

Orange (arranged by number)

2. Brad Stewart DB
5. C.J. Henderson DB
6. Brian Edwards DB
10. Josh Hammond WR
11. Vosean Joseph LB
12. C.J. McWilliams DB
13. Feleipe Franks QB
14. Emory Jones QB
18. Daquon Green WR
19. Jack Ruskell ATH
22. Lamical Perine RB
23. Chauncey Gardner DB
25. Erik Askeland ATH
26. Robert Clay ATH
27. Joshua Tse ATH
29. Dameon Pierce RB
31. Shawn Davis DB
32. Adarius Lemons RB
33. David Reese LB
36. Dennis Gross ATH
37. Tyriek Hopkins ATH
37. Patrick Moorer ATH
38. Nick Oelrich ATH
38. Anthony Giglia ATH
40. Nick Smith LB
45. R.J. Raymond TE
46. Harry Gornto ATH
48. Brett DioGuardi LS
49. Jacob Tilghman LS
51. Ventrell Miller LB
53. Brendan Ackerman ATH
53. Kavaris Harkless OL
54. Khairi Clark DL
55. Noah Banks OL
55. Kyree Campbell DL
56. T.J. SLaton DL
59. Danny Weldon ATH
59. Houston Underwood ATH
61. Brett Heggie OL
66. Nick Buchanan OL
67. Christopher Bleich OL
70. Tanner Rowell OL
71. Chris Howard OL
71. Nick Villiano OL
73. Martez Ivey OL
75. T.J. Moore OL
86. Jacob Finn P
87. Van Jefferson WR
88. Kemore Gamble TE
90. Antonneous Clayton DL
92. Jabari Zuniga DL
95. Keivonnis Davis DL
97. Jon Gould P
99. Jachai Polite

Blue Team
3. Marco Wilson DB
9. Dre Massey WR
11. Kyle Trask QB
12. Jake Allen QB
13. Donovan Stiner DB
16. Freddie Swain WR
17. Kadarius Toney WR
20. Malik Davis RB
21. McArthur Burnett DB
21. Randy Russell DB
24. Iverson Clement RB
25. Jordan Scarlett RB
27. Quincy Lenton DB
28. Kylan Johnson LB
29. Jeawon Taylor DB
30. Amari Burney ATH
34. Lacedrick Brunson LB
35. Trey Dean DB
39. Jacob Messenger ATH
39. Brady Walters ATH
41. Ryan Farr LS
41. James Houston LB
42. Nick Sproles ATH
43. Glenn Jariel ATH
43. Nicholas Sutton ATH
44. Rayshad Jackson LB
47. Isaac Ricks ATh
50. Jeremiah Moon LB
52. Quaylin Crum ATH
56. Jean Delance OL
57. Elijah Conliffe DL
58. Jahim Lawrence LB
59. T.J. McCoy OL
62. James Washington ATH
64. Tyler Jordan OL
65. Jawaan Taylor OL
72. Stone Forsythe OL
74. Fred Johnson OL
77. Andrew Mike OL
79. Daniel Justino K
80. C’yontai Lewis TE
81. Trevon Grimes WR
82. Moral Stephens TE
83. Rick Wells WR
84. Trey Thompson ATH
86. Andres Saldivar ATH
88. Tommy Townsend P
89. Tyrie Cleveland WR
91. Marlon Dunlap DL
93. Moses Gordon ATH
94. Zach Carter DL
96 CeCe Jefferson DL
98. Luke Ancrum DL
98. Jorge Powell

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