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Seven of the 12 former Gators competed in the prestigious Christmas Day match-ups for their respective NBA teams.

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Chandler Parsons is a MUCH better professional player than I ever thought he would be...I would compare his frame to Tayshaun Prince (also wrongly predicted) and I felt they would be too frail to compete on that level.

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View PostSECats, on 26 December 2013 - 01:23 PM, said:

Chandler Parsons is a MUCH better professional player than I ever thought he would be...I would compare his frame to Tayshaun Prince (also wrongly predicted) and I felt they would be too frail to compete on that level.

He probably was too frail when he left college.
He's still thin, but gained a hell of a lot of weight it seems.

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I honestly hadn't thought about it until this thread, but you guys are right. Gators have some legit pros.

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View PostUK4Life, on 26 December 2013 - 05:04 PM, said:

It pains me to give credit to Florida but Donovan develops some legit pros. There's been a few players from Florida i thought would fail in the league but have thrived. With all his successful bigs in the league more recruits should head to Florida, imo.

I'm sure there'$ a rea$on we struggle to get the big$.

I don't think Donovan has put a big into the league without at least two years at UF.
Young could have been a one-and-done.






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