Currently the No. 1 ranked defensive tackle and a four-star prospect, Leon Orr has as much potential and upside as any player in America. He is without question the most athletic big man in the country. He has become somewhat of a legend and has yet to play a down at defensive tackle for the Gators. The size, strength and athletic ability is what the Florida coaches and fans are drooling over.
Orr is one of the most energetic people you will ever meet. A jokester in every sense of the word people are drawn to him because of his personality. He recently took an unofficial visit to Florida this past weekend as the Gators hosted the Tennessee Volunteers.
"Man that game was bananas," he said. "The atmosphere was so crazy I couldn't even talk to the person next to me. Then the energy levels went from high to ridiculous every time Tim pumped his arms. I went with two of my friends and we were talking to Coach McCarney before warm ups and it was pretty cool to see the defensive line get pumped and stuff."
Orr sat in front of another familiar face on Saturday.
"I was sitting in front of Mack Brown, so we were talking about that head on collision with Tebow and Berry. Mack said it was a pretty good hit and I said Berry got juiced. All in all I enjoyed myself until my car got towed and I had to pay to get it out."
Orr Enjoys The Swamp
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