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Name: Richard Gouraige 
College: Florida     Number: 76
Height: 6-4   Weight: 316
Position: OG  Pos2: OT
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2023

40 Low: 5.06
   40 Time: 5.18
  40 High: 5.30
Projected Round:   Stock:    

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Height: 6036
Weight: 316

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 Richard Gouraige, Florida, Player News

  03/30/21 - OG Richard GouraigerJr/2023, Florida, 6-4, 316 (DS#21 OG) + More +

  Florida offensive lineman Richard Gouraige received plenty of praise this spring from coach Dan Mullen. This offseason, Florida coach Dan Mullen had the responsibility of replacing starters at the two most important positions on his football team - quarterback and the player protecting his blind side. Both spots appear to be in good hands coming out of spring ball. Mullen acknowledged Emory Jones as QB1 following the final scrimmage, while calling Richard Gouraige one of two offensive linemen he feels most comfortable with. His position coach, John Hevesy, had no reservations about moving Gouraige to left tackle as a redshirt junior to take over for Stone Forsythe. "I feel very comfortable," Hevesy said of Gouraige. "He's done a great job so far, a very knowledgeable kid. Just very meticulous about his work ethic in everything he does."

The position switch was a welcomed change for Gouraige, who started 17 games at left guard the past two seasons. Gouraige said he enjoyed playing in the trenches and had to put his "big boy pants on" against SEC defensive tackles, but sliding outside has always been the goal and plan for him. "Playing left tackle is what I came here for," said Gouraige, a consensus top-100 overall recruit as an offensive tackle. "I like being on that island and going against the best edge rushers in the game. "There's nothing better than playing in the SEC and competing with guys like that. I just love playing tackle. It just feels more natural for me. I still have minor tweaks to fix up." - Gainesville Sun

(DS#21 OG) rJr/2023 OG Richard GouraigeFlorida
News Source: Gainesville Sun
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