Florida wide out/kick returner Solomon Patton grew up watching some of college football's best play in the annual Senior Bowl in his hometown of Mobile, Ala. The former Gators standout wasn't included on the original Senior Bowl roster, but his MVP performance in the inaugural Medal of Honor Bowl last month earned him a spot on the Senior Bowl's South roster.
The 5-foot-9, 171-pounder played his high school games in Ladd-Peebles Stadium and now he will close the door on his collegiate career there. Patton caught up with Scout.com to talk about what he is doing to prepare for the next phase of his career, his favorite memories as a Gator, and more in the video below.
Senior Bowl: Solomon Patton
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