Originally written on Fox Sports Florida  |  Last updated 11/15/14

GAINESVILLE, FL - SEPTEMBER 12: Omarius Hines #82 of the Florida Gators runs past Bryan Willis #26 and Xavier Lamb #25 of the Troy Trojans during game at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on September 12, 2009 in Gainesville, Florida. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
GAINESVILLE, Fla. The college football all-star season officially kicked off on Saturday in Tucson, Ariz. Two former Gators were on hand for the Casino Del Sol College All-Star Game: receiver Frankie Hammond Jr. and running backreceiver Omarius Hines. There wasn't much media coverage of the game, but according to the official stat package posted on the game's Facebook page, Hammond had one reception for six yards and one rush for six yards. Hines did not record a statistic for the East team, which lost 40-7. Hammond and Hines were the first of nine former UF players scheduled to play in postseason all-star games over the next few weeks. Next up is defensive tackle Omar Hunter, who is on the Stars roster for Saturday's inaugural Raycom College All-Star Classic in Montgomery, Ala. Hunter's team is being coached by Jim Bates, a longtime NFL assistant and Florida's defensive coordinator in Steve Spurrier's first season in 1990. The Stars roster features some familiar names other than Hu...
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