UF coach Dan Mullen wasted little time replacing cornerbacks coach Charlton Warren.
Two days after Warren bolted for Georgia, Mullen hired former Gators’ assistant Torrian Gray to replace him.
A native of Lakeland, Gray has 19 seasons of coaching experience. This includes the 2016 season at UF, where he coached four future second-round NFL draft picks — Jalen Tabor, Marcus Maye, Quincy Wilson and Duke Dawson.
Gray, who spent the past two seasons with the Washington Redskins, also coached future NFL players Brandon Flowers, Kam Chancellor, Kyle Fuller and Kendall Fuller while coaching at Virginia Tech, Gray’s alma mater.