Numbers and Tweets from Day One of the Opening

The Opening has begun out in Oregon. The first day was all about the Sparq testing and letting players show off their individual skills, strength and athletic ability.

Florida has a lot of talented prospects out in Oregon and many of them tested well on the first day of The Opening. In this article we’ll show you some of those testing results as well as add a little social media flavor, as we will add some of the top tweets about Florida’s targets and commits from them and also from other media members.

Receiver K.J. Hill-6-1, 182-pounds and ran a 4.65 forty yard dash with a 40.1 inch vertical jump.

Running back Damien Harris- 5-10, 208-pounds and ran a 4.48 forty with a 35.5 inch vertical jump.

Receiver George Campbell- 6-3, 190-pounds and ran a 4.36 forty with a 39 inch vertical jump.



Running back Jacques Patrick- 6-1.5, 231-pounds and ran a 4.66 forty with a 32.8 vertical jump.

Defensive end Byron Cowart- 6-3.5, 258-pounds and ran a 4.89 forty with a 34.1 vertical jump.


Defensive end Austin Bryant- 6-4, 249-pounds and ran a 4.99 forty with a 32.3 vertical jump.


2016 defensive tackle Rashan Gary- 6-4, 287-pounds ran a 4.74 forty with a 32.1 inch vertical.

Linebacker Adonis Thomas- 6-3, 219-pounds ran a 4.61 forty with a 34.5 inch vertical jump.

Receiver commit Derrick Dillon- 5-11, 169-pounds and ran a 4.41 forty with a 38.1 vertical jump.

Quarterback commit Sheriron Jones- 6-2, 188-pounds and ran a 4.71 forty with a 38.9 vertical jump.

Offensive lineman Javon Patterson- 6-3, 313-pounds and ran a 5.06 forty with a 24.4 inch vertical. Cornerback Tyrek Cole- 5-11, 168-pounds and ran a 4.61 forty with a 37.1 inch vertical. Linebacker Roquan Smith- 6-1, 203-pounds and ran a 4.55 forty with a 35.3 inch vertical. Safety Jaquan Johnson- 5-10, 182-pounds and ran a 4.75 forty with a 33 inch vertical.

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Andrew Spivey
Andrew always knew he wanted to be involved with sports in some capacity. He began by coaching high school football for six years before deciding to pursue a career in journalism. While coaching, he was a part of two state semifinal teams in the state of Alabama. Given his past coaching experience, he figured covering recruiting would be a perfect fit. He began his career as an intern for, covering University of Florida football recruiting. After interning with Rivals for six months, he joined the Gator Country family as a recruiting analyst. Andrew enjoys spending his free time on the golf course and watching his beloved Atlanta Braves. Follow him on Twitter at @AndrewSpiveyGC.