- Mike DiRocco, ESPN Staff Writer
As part of our spring practice preview, each day this week GatorNation addressed the five biggest questions facing the Gators. Today we’ll complete our series with a look at the situation at tight end.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Tight end production in the passing game is a major question mark for Florida heading into spring practice.
With the departure of Jordan Reed -- who caught 73 passes in the last two seasons -- to the NFL, the Gators are thin on experience at tight end. There is a lot of pressure on a couple of young players to at least give UF some kind of production because there’s not a lot of confidence that the older players can get it done.