Will juco DTs see early playing time? 

December, 23, 2011
Maybe it’s too early to hand out nicknames to Visesio “Junior” Salt and Damien Jacobs, like “Salt n' Pepper,” but Florida’s most recent defensive tackle additions are expected to make a big contribution next season.

There is a reason Florida went hard after these two junior college prospects -- the Gators need experienced men who can contribute immediately and be leaders for the younger and often-immature players on the roster. Salt, who graduated high school in 2006, and Jacobs will bring more of a veteran feel to the interior of Florida’s line.

Florida also returns Omar Hunter, Sharrif Floyd, Dominique Easley, Leon Orr and Tevin Westbrook at tackle next year.
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