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Floyd Transitioning to Defensive End

Floyd will have more room to work with on the edge

It didn't take much convincing for Sharrif Floyd to move to defensive end. After playing inside at tackle most of his career, he knew it would be a challenge, but if it would be the best thing for the team, the sophomore would make the best of it. Floyd is now settling into the position, and that has meant bad news for the offensive linemen across from him so far in camp.

There was one main positive about the move that Floyd didn't mind. After lining up at defensive tackle with what seemed like plenty of offensive linemen between him and the quarterback, things are now different on the outside, and it's the main reason he likes his new position. "You can't get double teamed," Sharrif Floyd said with a smile. Floyd said he has played the three-technique defensive... Recommended Stories

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