Florida Gators travel roster at Kentucky

LEXINGTON, Ky. — The Florida Gators played their first true road game of the season on Saturday in Lexington, Kentucky. that means the Gators had to abide by the Southeastern Conference’s travel roster limit of 70 players.

Florida’s opening game of the season against Michigan didn’t have such a restriction because it was not a conference game.

Here is the Gators’ travel roster by position.

Quarterback
8 – Malik Zaire
12 – Jake Allen
13 – Feleipe Franks
14 – Luke Del Rio

Running back
20 – Malik Davis
22 – Lamical Perine
24 – Mark Thompson
32- Adarius Lemons

Receiver
4 – Brandon Powell
9 – Dre Massey
10 – Josh Hammond
16 – Freddie Swain
17 – Kadarius Toney
18 – Daquon Green
89 – Tyrie Cleveland

Tight End
30 – DeAndre Goolsby
80 – C’yontai Lewis
82 – Moral Stephens
87 – Kalif Jackson
88 – Kemore Gamble

Offensive Line
51 – Antonio Riles
53 – Kavaris Harkless
59 – T.J. McCoy
61 – Brett Heggie
64 – Tyler Jordan
65 – Jawaan Taylor
66 – Nick Buchannan
71 – Nick Villano
72 – Stone Forsythe
73 – Martez Ivey
74 – Fred Johnson
77 – Andrew Mike

Defensive Line
17 – Jordan Sherit
54 – Khairi Clark
55 – Kyree Campbell
56 – Tedarrell Slaton
57 – Elijah Conliffe
90 – Antonneous Clayton
92- Jabari Zuniga
93 – Taven Bryan
94 – Zach Carter
96 – CeCe Jefferson
98 – Luke Ancrum
99 – Jachai Polite

Linebacker
11 – Vosean Joseph
28 – Kylan Johnson
33- David Reese
34 – Lacedrick Brunson
43 – Christian Garcia
44 – Rayshad Jackson
45 – RJ Raymond
50 – Jeremiah Moon

Defensive back
2 – Brad Stewart
3 – Marco Wilson
5- C.J. Henderson
7 – Duke Dawson
8 – Nick Washington
12 – C.J. McWilliams
13 – Donovan Stiner
23 – Chauncey Gardner
27 – Quincy Lenton
29 – Jeawon Taylor
30 – Garrett Stephens
31 – Shawn Davis
35 – Joseph Putu

Specialists
15- Eddy Pineiro – K
19 – Johnny Townsend – P
41 – Ryan Farr – LS
49 – Jacob Tilghman – LS
88 – Tommy Townsend – P
98 – Jorge Powell – K

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