2018 NFL Draft

Frankie Hammond, WR

School: Florida  |  Conference: SEC
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Hollywood, FL
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 190 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
Career Notes
Wide receiver who appeared in 48 games while starting 19...Had 63 catches for 809 yards and six touchdowns...Also competed as a high jumper with the UF track team during the spring seasons.
2012 Season
Played in every game during his final season on campus...Caught a pass in 12 of 13 games...Finished with 22 receptions for 295 yards and scored three touchdowns...Had the longest and third-longest reception for UF in 2012...Caught a career-long 75-yard pass for a touchdown at Tennessee...Led the team in receiving yards with 62 yards on three receptions in the season-opener versus Bowling Green...Hauled in a 50-yard touchdown pass against the Falcons...Caught a touchdown versus South Carolina...Had three receptions against both Florida State and Kentucky.
2011 Season
Appeared in all 13 games while starting four (Kentucky, Auburn, Georgia, South Carolina)...Caught 15 passes for 181 yards...Had 10 10-plus yard receptions...10 of his 15 receptions resulted in a first down...Contributed 10 special teams tackles on the season...Snagged two passes for 27 yards and returned two punts for five yards in the season opener vs. FAU...Caught three passes for a season-best 42 yards at Kentucky...Pulled in a season-best four receptions for 40 yards at Auburn...Tallied 32 yards on two catches in a win over Vanderbilt...Caught one pass for eight yards in the victory over OSU in the Gator Bowl.
2010 Season
Appeared in 11 games...Ranked fifth on the team with 22 catches for 276 yards (12.5 avg.) and tallied two touchdowns...Named to the 2010 SEC Academic Honor Roll...Had 16 catches over the final six games for 241 yards...Had two receptions for six yards against Penn State in the Outback Bowl...Had two receptions for 25 yards against Appalachian State, both for a first down...Recorded three receptions for 37 yards against South Carolina, two of which were for first downs...Had three receptions for 49 yards and a season-long 39-yard reception for a touchdown against Vanderbilt...Recorded three receptions for 46 yards against Georgia...Led the Gators in receiving yards against Mississippi State with five catches for 69 yards, both career highs at the time...Had more catches against Mississippi State (five) than he did in the entire 2009 season (four)...Caught the 2-point conversion to give Florida a 29-26 lead against LSU...Had two receptions for 28 yards at Alabama, both in the second half...Made his first career start against Kentucky and recorded two solo tackles on special teams...Caught a seven-yard touchdown pass in his first action of the 2010 season against Tennessee, that snapped a 10-10 tie late in the third quarter.
2009 Season
Finished his redshirt freshman campaign with four catches for 57 yards (14.2 avg.) and one touchdown, while also returning three punts for 23 yards and one kickoff for 16 yards...Appeared in 11 games for the Gators...Collected six tackles as a member of the kickoff unit in 2009, including four in the Gators' Sugar Bowl win over Cincinnati...Tallied his first career kick return for 23 yards vs. Florida State...Set season marks in receptions (two), receiving yards (38) and longest reception (31) and scored the first TD of his career off a John Brantley pass on fourth and 11 in the final quarter against FIU...Made his first appearance for the Gators in the win over Charleston Southern, tallying one reception for 13 yards, while also seeing action on punt return.
2008 Season
Dressed in five contests for the Gators but did not see any game action...Earned a redshirt.
High School
Third-team Class 4A all-state selection as a senior...Ended his senior season with 47 receptions for 898 yards and 10 touchdowns...Averaged almost 20 yards per catch (19.1)...Returned two punts for touchdowns...Hauled in seven catches for 95 yards during his junior year...Also was a long-jumper for the Hallandale track and field team with a personal-best jump of 6-10...Competed at the fifth IAAF World Youth Championships in Ostrava, Czech Republic in July and entered at the AAU Junior Olympics in Knoxville, Tenn...Jumped 2.08 meters in the high jump to claim top honors at the AAU Junior Olympics...Four-star prospect by Rivals.com...Rated the 26th-best wideout on Rivals.com...Three-star recruit on Scout.com...Coached by Dameon Jones.