50 Days to Gator Football

In honor of the 50th day until Gator football, I have put together my list of the top 100 Gators. Here is my #50 to #101.

  1. Nat Moore
  2. Jeff Mitchell
  3. Tom Shannon
  4. David Williams
  5. Rick Casares
  6. Glenn Cameron
  7. Jimmy Dubose
  8. John L. Williams
  9. Larry Libertore
  10. James Jones
  11. “The Great Wall of Florida”
    1. Lomas Brown
    2. Jeff Zimmerman
    3. Crawford Ker
    4. Phil Bromley
    5. Billy Hinson
    6. Scott Trimble
  12. Forest K. “Fergie” Ferguson and Walter “Tiger” Mayberry
  13. Jevon Kearse
  14. Clifford Charlton
  15. Jack Jackson
  16. Fred Weary
  17. Jabar Gaffney
  18. Lito Sheppard
  19. Jarvis Moss
  20. Mike Degory
  21. Percy Harvin
  22. Chris Leak
  23. Ahmad Black
  24. Jeff Chandler
  25. Gerard Warren
  26. Johnny Rutledge
  27. Taylor Jacobs
  28. Travis McGriff
  29. Zach Piller
  30. Ray McDonald
  31. Tony Lilly
  32. Allen Trammell
  33. Darrell Jackson
  34. Cooper Carlisle
  35. Godfrey Myles
  36. Adrian White
  37. Jeff Roth
  38. Reggie McGrew
  39. James Bates
  40. Derrick Harvey
  41. Don Gaffney
  42. Leonard George and Willie Jackson Sr.
  43. Brandon Siler
  44. Reche Caldwell
  45. Cornelius Ingram
  46. Andre “Bubba” Caldwell
  47. Lindy Infante
  48. Louis Murphy
  49. Elijah Williams
  50. Deshawn Wynn
  51. Wayne Pease
  52. Bill Corry, Hubert Schucht, Harold Rowe, Buck Schindler, Elmer Ricau
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