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Strength and stamina improved for Clark

If you are going to play on the inside of the defensive line at Florida, you are going to have to be able move people around and be able to do it for long and lengthy drives, and sometimes for several drives in a row. With that in mind, Florida freshman defensive tackle Khairi Clark has been working to get his body right and make and make an impact in his freshman season.

Khairi Clark is not a small man. At 6-foot-3 and 315 pounds, the Miami native is weapon because of his size, but he also has the quickness that makes it very hard for offensive linemen to really get their hands on him. A slight shoulder strain early in the spring didn't... Recommended Stories

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