With Florida's well documented depth problems at linebacker, it's no secret that the Gators need…
Big Brother Is Always Watching Brandon Spikes
If there is a visible leader to this Florida football team, perhaps the successor to Vernell Brown as the "face of Florida football," it's Siler, the junior middle linebacker from Orlando. Siler leads vocally and he leads by example. Whatever he needs to do to help the Gators become a better football team, he does it. He goes all out every play, every drill and pity the player that slacks a little bit on Brandon Siler's watch. Go half-hearted, even if it's one of those monotonous, same thing over and over again drills, and Brandon Siler is in your face, letting you know that's not the way things are done around here. And that's just the kind of mentor that Brandon Spikes needs. Spikes is a 6-4, 230-pound freshman middle linebacker from Shelby, North Carolina, rated five stars by Scout.com and a US Army All-American. He's the guy that proved he belonged the first day of practice for the US Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio when he knocked Ohio State-bound tailback Chris Wells...
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