2008 Ultimate Sleepers

While the Cardinals main contributors this season will come as no surprise, there are several potential gems buried deep on the depth chart. With a healthy dose of young and talented prospects, a few could emerge from the shadows. Brad Wilbricht outlines which players could outperform their expectations in this AZRedReport.com exclusive.
July 5, 2008

Scouting the New Cards

The Cardinals signed six first- or second-year players with hopes of developing them during the offseason. Cardinals expert Amberly Richardson discusses what those players will bring to next year's camp.
January 2, 2008

One one one with Jemalle Cornelius

Urban Meyer often calls Jemalle the face of Florida football. He is the guy that does everything the coaches ask for unselfishly and without hesitation. He will switch positions without missing a beat. Jemalle Cornelius is a fifth year senior who is very proud of his team and excited to be in Atlanta this weekend.
November 30, 2006

One on one with Jemalle Cornelius

Jemalle Cornelius is off to his best season as a Gator. The senior speedster is a big part of the offense as a receiver and allows the Gator coaching staff to utilize his skills in many ways. Cornelius was a part of the game against Alabama last year when the Gators looked their worst. He believes the Gators are better prepared this time around and explains why in an exclusive video interview.
September 29, 2006

Quiet Leader among Gator Receivers

When people talk about the Florida receiving corps this year, the conversation usually starts with Dallas Baker and Bubba Caldwell, two guys who have already passed the 1,000 yard mark in the Gator careers. Two games into 2006 the next name is Percy Harvin. The PH Factor injected a dynamic, explosive element into the Florida offense with 201 combined yards rushing and receiving on just 13 touches.
September 12, 2006

One on one with Jemalle Cornelius

Fifth year wide receiver Jemalle Cornelius should play a huge role in the succes of the Florida offense in 2006. The Gators look to improve from last season where the offense struggled at times with injuries. This year the depth won't be an issue at wide receiver and Cornelius feels that the wide receivers and quarterback are on the same page.
August 20, 2006

VETTEL: More Insight From Jemalle Cornelius

While the Gators are wrestling with their first significant off-the-field behavior issues since Urban Meyer's arrival, the vast majority of the team is diving into the off-season program and getting geared up for spring practice getting underway next month.
February 19, 2006