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2013-14 Florida Gators roster

Coach: Billy Donovan (415-166, 17 seasons at Florida; 450-186, 19 seasons overall)

Last season: 29-8, 14-4 (first in SEC)

No. Player Ht. Pos. Yr.
0 Kasey Hill 6-1 G Fr.
1 Eli Carter 6-2 G Jr.
2 Damontre Harris 6-10 F/C Jr.
4 Patric Young 6-9 C Sr.
5 Scottie Wilbekin 6-2 G Sr.
10 Dorian Finney-Smith 6-8 F So.
12 Dillon Graham 6-4 G So.
15 Will Yeguete 6-8 F Sr.
20 Michael Frazier 6-4 G So.
24 Casey Prather 6-6 F Sr.
25 DeVon Walker 6-6 G/F So.
30 Jacob Kurtz 6-6 F Jr.
42 Billy Donovan 6-2 G Jr.

2013-14 Florida Gators roster 11/06/13 [Last modified: Wednesday, November 6, 2013 9:53pm]
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