TWO BITS: Visiting Eric Mack, Enea recognized

By Adam Silverstein
December 14, 2009

1 » “Two and possibly three” Florida Gators recruiters will be visiting Calhoun County, SC, on Monday to meet with four-star offensive lineman recruit Eric Mack at his school and home, according to The State newspaper. While Mack is still a South Carolina Gamecocks commitment, his potential position coach has left the program and the Gators have been after him for the last few months. He is scheduled for an official visit to Florida on January 22 – a week after he visits South Carolina.

2 » University of Florida senior outfielder Francesca Enea has been named a semifinalist for the Sixth Annual Coach Wooden Citizenship Cup. Presented to an intercollegiate and professional athlete each year who best display character, teamwork and citizenship, the award recognizes excellence both on and off the field. Senior quarterback Tim Tebow was a finalist for the award in 2008, and Enea is certainly a deserving semifinalist. She holds seven records with the Gators including single-season and career marks in home runs and RBI. Tearing her ACL twice in her short career, Enea has also been involved in a lot of community service off of the field.

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