Gators Napier-era Shlinks

That isn't an accident in mistaking age, he should do jail time in a serious prison for sure.
Yeah, I went back and looked and according to this, at least one image was of an adult having sex with a pre-pubescent child.

Biden is probably recruiting him to come serve the perv in the WH
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Louisiana ties lead to big recruiting win for Billy Napier and Florida Gators​

By Andrew Kulha | Last updated 8/14/23

It was a big recruiting win for Florida, especially considering the competition.
Wardell Mack, a four-star cornerback from Marrero, La., committed to the Gators over LSU, Florida State and Texas.
Marrero is just over an hour away from Baton Rouge, so it was especially a big deal for head coach Billy Napier to land the four-star over Brian Kelly and LSU.
That's not to say Mack won't feel at home in Florida, though. Keep in mind, Napier coached the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns from 2018 to 2021. He's brought several staff members over from that team and there are multiple who are natives of Louisiana.
That's part of the reason Mack decided to commit to the Gators, in fact.

“On my official visit in April I saw it was a great place, with great people trying to put the pieces together to put Florida back on the map,” Mack told On3. “Just having a sit down with coach Corey (Raymond) and his work through the years. Also, having Louisiana native coaches puts a plus on everything.”

Secondary coach Raymond spent 2012 to 2021 at LSU. He's a native of New Iberia, Louisiana and has coached players such as Derek Stingley Jr., Jamal Adams, Tre’davious White and Tyrann Mathieu, among others.

"I know a lot about him and I grew up watching him at LSU and watching all those guys he had come out," Mack told 247Sports of Raymond. "He dropped a whole lot of knowledge on my head today for sure. I can tell he's a great coach from me being around him."

As far as the rankings are concerned, Mack is a big-time commitment for Napier and his staff. He's the No. 13 cornerback in the 2014 class as the No. 115 recruit nationally, according to the 247Sports Composite ranking.

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I will never get over how the NIL shit rewards schools with deep and long cheating networks and fucks over schools who weren't doing that shit. Sen Tubberville is apparently introducing legislation on it but I suspect it would be hard to pass so its the wild west
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Reminds me of when Matt Walsh was dating a centerfold and opposing fans would hold them up when he shot free throws.