Trenton Brown will add size, depth to OL 

December, 9, 2012
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- With the addition of Trenton Brown (Albany, Ga./Georgia Military College) the Gators have now helped add depth and size to an offensive line unit that was once thought to be a weakness coming into next season.

Add Brown to a unit that now includes Jon Halapio, D.J. Humphries, Jon Harrison, Chaz Green, Maryland transfer Max Garcia, former Nebraska transfer Tyler Moore and other commitments Cam Dillard (Canton, Mich./Canton) and Octavius Jackson (Moultrie, Ga./Colquitt Co.) and the Gators have what could potentially be one of the top offensive line units in the SEC next season.

At 6-foot-8, 340-pounds, Brown has unique size that is reminiscent of former Florida offensive tackle and current Pittsburgh Steeler Max Starks. Brown has the body type that Florida head coach Will Muschamp is looking for in his linemen.
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