“A little rough around the edges.” “Needs to watch the ball in and secure it before making his next move.” “A project that will take some time to develop.” We heard a lot about Aaron Hernandez possibly not living up to the hype after his first few practices with the Gators. Many were worried he would fall into the category of the highly overrated high school star the college game left behind. Then he got on the field and opinions were completely changed.Three years later, Hernandez leaves Florida has the school’s all-time leader among tight ends in catches (111) and catches in a single season (68). He was a first-team All-American, became the first SEC player to ever win the Mackey Award (given annually to the nation’s top TE), and may have been the Gators’ most dangerous offensive...

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