Florida Gators defensive lineman Sharrif Floyd (73) is congratulated by friends and family member after they beat the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.Florida Gators defeated the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns 27-20. (Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports)
Star defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd already showed his gratitude to the legions of Florida fans within Gator Nation in writing an open ‘thank you’ letter prior to the upcoming NFL Draft.
Well, the projected first rounder is not quite done showing his love for all things Orange ‘n Blue.
On Sunday, Floyd took out a full-page ad in the Gainesville Sun, thanking Gator Nation for its support over the last three years of his career. Whatever happens at the next level, Floyd will always be a Gator and he will always be welcome back in his adopted home of Gainesville.
From all of us here at FloridaGamedayr, we’re wishing you all the best in the Draft and in the NFL, and Go Gators!
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