More Gator prospects who never were 

January, 25, 2012
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Here are some more Florida players who were under consideration for inclusion in the 10 Who Never Were …

Dee Finley
Dee Finley
S Dee Finley, Auburn, Ala./Auburn High School, 2008 -- He was a USA Today second-team All-American and participated in the Under Armour All-American Game. He failed to qualify and enrolled in prep school. He eventually enrolled at UF and was moved to linebacker. He was a reserve who never made an impact on the field. He was suspended for the 2011 Tennessee game after his arrest for driving with suspended license and misdemeanor resisting arrest without violence. He left the team shortly thereafter.

QB Luke Bencie, Sarasota, Fla/Riverview High School, 1991 -- Bencie was a Parade All-American, and National High School Recruiting Service named him the No. 2 overall prospect in nation among QBs who combined throwing and running ability and the No. 3 overall player in Florida. He was an honorable mention All-American by USA Today. SuperPrep ranked him among top 10 players in the south. The Sporting News ranked him among top 10 quarterbacks. He never played a down at UF.
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