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DAY 3: Dorian Munroe Looking to Play

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Recently I wrote a column about the guys I thought would have "breakout" type seasons in 2006. On that list is safety Dorian Munroe and after two days in shorts I am even more convinced the redshirt freshman safety from Miami will be a force for the Gators this fall. Munroe has average size at 6' 203, but he has way above average change of direction, which is a key for a defensive back.

He also showed in the spring that he liked to hit and loved to compete. Florida's secondary is in a bit of a state of flux with the departure of three corners from last season and the moving of Reggie Nelson to corner. As a result while Kyle Jackson and Tony Joiner are the first team guys to open fall camp, the opportunity to swipe one of those jobs is definitely there. I could see Munroe taking a...

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