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Three Florida Gators Accept Bids Senior Bowl 2022

Escambia94

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Dameon Pierce, Zach Carter, and Jeremiah Moon have accepted bids to the Reese's Senior Bowl, which will take place on February 5, 2022 at Hancock Whitney Stadium, Mobile, Alabama.


Jeremiah Moon played in 44 games over 6 seasons and accrued 150 tackles, with 49 of them this season. Moon was 4-star OLB in the recruiting class of 2016, the #13 class in the nation in McElwain's first full recruiting class. He grew up in Hoover, Alabama, which is about 3-1/2 hours north of the Senior Bowl site in Mobile.


Zach Carter has played on both the inside and the outside of the defensive line and has 10 TFL, 6.5 sacks (#5 in the SEC) this season. Carter was a 4-star DL the recruiting class of 2017, the #19 class in the nation in McElwain's final recruiting class. He is from Tampa, Florida.


Dameon Pierce has 13 TDs on 86 attempts, or 7.7 yards per attempt, which is #2 in the SEC. Pierce is #1 in the nation according to PFF in rushing grade, #3 in receiving grade, #3 in elusive grade, and #5 in yards per route run. Interestingly he has a missed tackle forced per attempt rate of 0.5, which is only slightly higher than last year's record of 0.47 set by Javonte Williams. Piece was a 4-star RB in the recruiting class of 2018, the #9 class in the nation and Mullen's transitional class. He is from Bainbridge, Georgia.

Members of this senior class went 9-4 (6-3), 4-7 (3-5), 10-3 (5-3), 11-2 (6-2), 8-4 (8-2) from 2016 to 2020 and will have the opportunity to notch 2-3 more wins. As a senior class they have 39 wins, which is the most since the senior class of 2012.

Class Year (Rank)Recruits (w/ transfers)NFL (drafted/undrafted)Active in 2021Departures (transfers/retirements/expulsions)
2016 (#13)26 (26)16 (8/8)27(4*/2/1)
2017 (#19)24 (25)8 (5/3)69 (5/2/2)
2018 (#9)19 (23)5 (3/2)106 (4/2/0)
 

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