"I didn't take much vacation this summer because I wanted to focus on my senior year," Ian Silberman said. "I spent a lot of time doing virtual school."
Silberman is one of the most physically impressive looking players from the class of 2010 regardless of position.
"Today I actually maxed out at 375 with my bench press. Power clean max will come later and I entered summer around 6-5 and 255 and now I am close to 6-6 and 267 with a 4.9 40-yard dash."
Silberman like the rest of the Gator commitments have lofty goals set forth for their senior season and beyond.
"I want to be a great leader for my team and community," Silberman said. "I want to help take my team to state. I also want to be better all around because I am playing all positions on both sides of the line. I just want to get on campus in January."
As far as upcoming visits to Florida go he isn't sure at this time but that won't be an issue.
"I am not sure which games yet, maybe all of them and I have not scheduled my official visit yet."
Silberman Gearing Up for Senior Season
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