GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Most high school seniors treat their final spring break as a sacred event. Treon Harris, however, is not like most. Instead of relaxing on a beach, the Florida quarterback signee is taking the concept of gym rat to new extremes by spending nearly his entire spring break at UF to immerse himself in the Gators' new offense, get a jump on the playbook and ensure that he doesn't lose too much ground in the QB competition.
Tim "Ice" Harris won three state football titles as head coach at Booker T. Washington (Miami) and amassed 99 wins in eight seasons. Recruiting reporter Derek Tyson analyzes the impact of Harris' addition to Miami's staff.
Florida's offense has to get going in 2014 or major change could be coming. This player had his 2013 season cut short, but has a chance to really turn his career and the Gators around this fall: Spotlight: Quarterback Jeff Driskel, 6-foot-4, 239 pounds, redshirt junior 2013 summary: Driskel had his junior season cut short in the third game of the season, when he broke his right leg against Tennessee.
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