Leon Orr

Florida Gators #8

  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 305
  • Seasons: SR

Sunday AAF game thread: Orlando vs. San Antonio


Welcome to the second day of the AAF’s second week of play! Today the games open with the Orlando Apollos against the San Antonio Commanders. Later on today will be the San Diego Fleet hosting the...

Florida's a threat to beat anybody

You don't even have to have high hopes for this new offense to see how a more consistent and more fortunate Florida could scare anybody.

Here's every prospect the Broncos have scouted

With the 2015 NFL Draft a little over two weeks away let us take a look at which prospect the Denver Broncos have been showing interest in so far this offseason.

Observations from Florida's Pro Day


The Eagles were represented at Florida's pro day and the trip down south didn't disappoint.

2015 NFL Scouting Combine: Sunday Risers & Fallers


So, who helped or hurt themselves among the defensive line and linebackers?

NFL Combine Day 5 Open Thread


The NFL Combine is underway and Mile High Report is the place to talk about how these draft prospects would best fit in with the Denver Broncos.

2015 NFL Draft defensive tackle rankings

Leonard Williams may play end for Southern California, but he projects as a tackle in the NFL and is the top player in next year's draft.

Around the SEC:
Week 12


Win-Loss Record key: SEC - conference record P5 - non-SEC record against Power 5 MM - record against Mid Majors/Non-Power 5 but...

SEC POWER Rankings: Week 11


The East had an off week, but the West featured two of the better conference games this season.

Gators' D is active, leaky


Florida's defense is athletic and aggressive, but when the Gators aren't making big plays, they're allowing them. If Missouri can keep UF out of the backfield, the Tigers could do some damage.

Previewing the Florida Defense


The Gators' defense will provide the Tide's first real test.

Saving the Gators

Can a new offensive coordinator and a healthy quarterback cure what ailed Florida in 2013? And with a projection of 7-5, one must start asking how many wins it will take to save the Will Muschamp era.