01/11/2013 - University of Florida senior wide receiver Frankie Hammond Jr. (Hollywood, Fla.) and senior running back Omarius Hines (Corsicana, Texas) will both take part in the second annual Casino Del Sol College All-Star Game tomorrow in Tucson, Ariz., as part of the East team. Both Hammond and Hines are the first Gators to ever participate in the game as it is one of the first national college all-star games that will precede this spring's NFL Draft and feature Gators from this year's squad.
For Hammond, the Hollywood native finished third on the team in receiving yards (295 yards) and fourth in catches (22) after playing in all 13 games this year. Hammond also had three touchdowns this season and finished his Gator career with six total touchdowns and 809 yards on 63 catches. Hammond also had the longest reception of the year for UF after a 75-yard touchdown connection with quarterback Jeff Driskel helped the Gators defeat Tennessee in the third game of the season. - Florida football
09/11/2012 - STILL NEEDS WORK: Florida QB Jeff Driskel was sacked eight times. Some of the sacks were the result of poor pass protection, others were caused by Driskel holding on to the ball too long. WR Frankie Hammond Jr. had a critical drop in the end zone on a perfect throw from Driskel. It forced the Gators to settle for a field goal rather than score an early TD. Florida's defense didn't force a turnover. The Gators have forced just two turnovers through their first two games this season, with one of the two coming on special teams. - The Sports Xchange
09/07/2012 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: WR Frankie Hammond Jr.-- Hammond came up with the biggest play of the Bowling Green game with a 50-yard catch and run for a touchdown. Hammond was Florida's leading receiver last week at 62 yards on three catches. - The Sports Xchange