"The style of the defensive backs is almost the same style we have down here where we cover the whole field and take off heads and catch picks," Rhaheim Ledbetter said.
"I think my strengths are reading the offensive line to tell if it is a run or pass and playing the wide receivers and quarterback.
"B (Brandon Spikes) told me I better stay focused and keep my head on right and Florida was the place he could see me playing in the future but you never know. I really don't know much about the campus and how they work but I will get to see soon and that's a promise."
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