Gators TE Leonard Injures Knee, Out 6-8 Weeks
AC Leonard was called one of the top tight ends in the country coming out of high school last year, but Gator Nation will have to wait to see those exploits in a real game.
Gators Head Coach Will Muschamp said Leonard tore his meniscus and underwent surgery Wednesday to fix the damage in his knee. Calling the surgery a success, Muschamp said the injury should take six-to-eight weeks to heal. In the meantime, Clay Burton will move over to the offensive side of the ball to help with depth at tight end. Muschamp also said wideout Omarius Hines can be used as a tight end as well.
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