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Video Interview: OL Sam Robey

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One guy that may have worked his way up the depth chart already is center Sam Robey. The true freshman from Louisville Kentucky played a bunch with the second unit on the offensive line Tuesday afternoon. He played last season at around 255 pounds and is already in an amazing shape and at 6-4.5 and 300 pounds throwing his body around and hiking pin poiunt accurate snaps to the quarterbacks in the pocket. Still, it is a huge transition and Robey talks about that here in this exclusive video interview from GatorCountry.com.

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One guy that may have worked his way up the depth chart already is center Sam Robey. The true freshman from Louisville Kentucky played a bunch with the second unit on the offensive line Tuesday afternoon. He played last season at around 255 pounds and is already in an amazing shape and at 6-4.5 and 300 pounds throwing his body around and hiking pin poiunt accurate snaps to the quarterbacks in the pocket. Still, it is a huge transition and Robey talks about that here in this exclusive video interview from GatorCountry.com.

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