2016 QB #17. Rex Culpepper 6-3 215 of Plant HS, Tampa, Fla.

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    2016.
    QB #17. Rex Culpepper 6-3 215, 4.75 40 yard dash, of Plant High School, Tampa, Fla.


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    Rex has a great Gator heritage:
    Brad Culpepper, Father.
    Bruce Culpepper, Grandfather.

    Will Rex carry on his great family tradition and play for the Gators? Time will tell.

    Go Gators!

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    Beef him up and put him at defensive tackle. :)
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    Gator legacy ties vs jack ass plant coach rob weiner,
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    I would have to believe he will be a Gator.
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    Perhaps we'll get a better understanding of his agenda after Culpepper #3 comes aboard.
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    Thought that last name looked familiar! :)

    Anyone have any insights on his game? Is he a true QB, or just a good athlete playing QB?

    Like his size.

    I liked his highlights in this spring practice video - http://www.hudl.com/athlete/1715388/highlights/147971390

    And he is just a spring-sophomore in that clip.

    Seems to have a strong arm.
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    Plants coach is a wiener!!!! Kid will end up being pushed anywhere but uf
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    I would hope with a double legacy the coach can push all he wants.. kid should be a Gator!
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    He is scheduled to visit Florida this week,
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    You think it's hard recruiting a player from Plant to play at UF? Try recruiting a player from Tallahassee Leon just after losing four in a row to fsu. That's what we were up against when Brad committed to UF. Rex would walk on at UF before he would play for a UF rival. Brad and Bruce are Orange and Blue Bloods. No way Rex goes anywhere else unless we pass on him.
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    Love the clips. Old school, big, decisive, quick drop, quick release, quick first step when he takes off. Very physical, but very instinctive. I'm sure he'd make a good LB but he looks like a very good QB at his stage of the game. I'll give Wiener one thing. He knows how to spot good QBs and develop them. Maybe he finally develops one for UF.

    As far as his size, I remember seeing Brad pitch in a high school baseball game the spring before he reported to UF. I was really surprised how small he looked, more like an LB or smallish DE. Don't think he ever got to 280 at UF but played 20 pounds heavier than his actual weight. I doubt Rex is any smaller than his dad was in 10th grade and he's already taller. Brad was barely 6'2" when he played for the Bears.
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