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McCalister added weight, ready to play

Immediate playing time plays a role in the recruitment of most high school prospects. Alex McCalister was never like that. He knew he was a project on the football field and needed time to add weight to make him a complete pass rusher. After two seasons, McCalister thinks he’s ready to make an impact.

The speed was never a problem for McCalister. It’s what attracted the Florida coaches to him and what made him an ideal candidate to be a speed rusher after a few years on the bench. He came to Florida at 206 pounds, but his 6-6 frame made him an intriguing prospect. College coaches watched his film, saw him in person and were always left with thoughts of what could be if McCalister was able to... Recommended Stories

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