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Kyle Christy

Punter | Florida

When your offense struggles to consistently move the ball or make big plays down the field, you'd better have a good punter. Florida does with junior Kyle Christy, who had a huge season in 2012. He led the SEC and was fifth in the nation with an average of 45.8 yards per punt. More importantly, he was a field position weapon, putting 27 of his 66 punts (41 percent) inside the 20-yard line. Christy set an SEC single-game record with his 54.3-yard average against South Carolina. The Gators need him to have similar success this fall, especially if the passing offense struggles again. His average doesn't matter as much as his ability to flip the field. -- Michael DiRocco

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