Billy Donovan expects Florida to get three players back Saturday


The Gators could be back at full strength when they take on Alabama this Saturday.

Will Yeguete could be back for the Florida Gators after missing nearly a month with a knee injury, reports Jeff Goodman at CBS. This comes at the same time Casey Prather and Michael Frazier could be back in the line-up after dealing with head injuries.

Prather's head injury wasn't a concussion, and head coach Billy Donovan says he should be ready go against the Alabama Crimson Tide on Saturday. Meanwhile, Frazier did suffer a concussion against Arkansas and should be able to get a day of practice in Thursday before playing Alabama on Saturday. Prather and Fraizer are averaging 6.6 points and 6.4 points per game in under 20 minutes a night for the Gators.

Yeguete had surgery on his knee on Feb. 8. If he misses Saturday's game, he should be to return against the Vanderbilt Commodores next Wednesday. He's averaging six points and 6.3 rebounds per contest in just over 20 minutes on the floor.

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