- Kyle Koehne
- 6' 5"
- Indianapolis, Ind.
- 300 lbs.
Has played in 27 games for the Gators, making four starts.
Appeared in all 13 games, starting three (Tennessee, Kentucky, LSU)…Graded out at a team-high among offensive linemen after the Tennessee game…Graded out above 80 percent four times, including two starts at Tennessee and against Kentucky.
Made his first career start at left guard against Furman…Played in every game on the season for the Gators on the offensive line as a regular in the rotation, including the 24-17 bowl victory over Ohio State…Received the Scrap Iron award for his efforts in the Kentucky game.
Participated in all 13 games during the campaign…Played on Florida’s field-goal unit and saw limited action on the offensive line at guard and tackle…Saw action for the first time as a Gator in UF’s season opener against Miami University.
Dressed in six games for the Gators his freshman season on campus, including the 2009 SEC Championship Game vs. Alabama and the 2010 Allstate Sugar Bowl victory over Cincinnati…Did not see any game action…Earned a redshirt.
PRIOR TO FLORIDA:
A two-year starter at right tackle who shifted to left tackle his senior year at Indianapolis Cathedral…Received first-team all-state honors by the Associated Press and Indiana high school coaches…Led Indianapolis Cathedral to the 2008 Class 4A state championship, its second championship in the last three seasons…Named the Indiana Player of the Year by the Indianapolis Star…Graded out at 82 percent his senior season…Benched 320 pounds, squatted 420 pounds, had a 24-inch vertical jump and ran the 40-yard dash in 5.3 seconds while in high school…Earned Scout.com All-Combine honors after a successful performance at the U.S. Army Combine…Named the 2008 Indianapolis Player of the Year…Garnered 2008 All-City and All-Marion County high school football honor teams…A Class 4A all-state selection as a junior…Coached by Rick Streiff.