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Watkins could play everywhere

One of the main themes we are finding with this 2013 squad of Florida Gators is that quite a few of them are going to be asked to play more than one position. A player makes himself more valuable to the team when he can play multiple spots and if that is the case, defensive back Jaylen Watkins' stock has to be soaring.

Jaylen Watkins played corner in the spring after spending his first four years playing all over the secondary. When fall practice started, he was thrust into a starting role at safety, only to be moved back to cornerback a week or two into camp. The emergence of other players playing well at safety has allowed Watkins to ease back to the position he is most comfortable with and suited for. At... Recommended Stories

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