Former Gators All-American Ratliff to be inducted into UF Athletic Hall of Fame
Former Florida All-American CB Keiwan Ratliff is among eight former Gators who will be inducted into the UF Athletic Hall of Fame.
Ratliff, who played for the Gators from 2000-2003, set school records for punt return yards (860), interceptions in a season (9), and interceptions in a single game (3). He was a first-team All-SEC selection in 2002 and 2003, and consensus first-team All-American in 2003. He was the Sporting News SEC Defensive Player of the Year in 2003. Ratliff was a second round NFL Draft choice by the Cincinnati Bengals.
He is joined in the 2014 class by: Aury Cruz (Volleyball); Jenny Gladding (Softball); Justin O'Neal (Men's Tennis); Colleen Rosensteel (Women's Track & Field); Mike Stanley (Baseball); and Sarah Yohe (Soccer). Former UF swimmer, lifetime member of swimming and diving's Splash Club and Gator Boosters Board of Directors member Harrison "Harry" Wilder will be inducted as a Distinguished Letterwinner .
The induction ceremony will be held on March 7, 2014.