GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Florida safety Matt Elam was every bit the player he was supposed to be in 2001.
After playing more than any other freshman on the roster in 2010, UF's coaching staff was hoping Elam would step into Ahmad Black's role as the secondary's leader and difference-maker. The sophomore didn't disappoint, finishing second on the team in tackles (72) and adding one sack, two interceptions and a team-high seven pass-breakups.
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