Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
The Florida Gators announced Thursday that Torrian Gray will be leaving Virginia Tech and joining Jim McElwain's staff as a defensive back coach. Per FloridaGators.com:
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"We're excited to have Torrian join the Gator family," said head coach Jim McElwain.

Gray spent the past 17 years coaching the defensive back position, including two years in the National Football League with the Chicago Bears. During that span, he coached five All-America defensive backs and 16 all-conference selections.
Gray spent 10 years in Blacksburg coaching the Hokies secondary.
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Can't be Florida fans claimed they were getting Cory Raymond
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