Posted March 29, 2012 on florida.scout.com
PLAYERS: Omarius Hines
TEAMS: Florida Gators
Position changes usually come from coaches seeing a better place for a player to make an impact. For Omarius Hines, he was the one that saw the opening. The redshirt senior noticed the lack of proven running backs on the Florida roster, and after not seeing the field much at tight end or wide receiver in recent years, Hines asked the coaches if he could start getting touches as a running back.
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