Is it attainable that Florida head coach Dan Mullen has “the LeBron James of football” on his bench? According to former Florida QB and present Tampa Bay Buccaneer Kyle Trask, he does. Trask, in fact, is referring to backup quarterback Anthony Richardson, who has excelled in restricted taking part in time behind Emory Jones.

Known for his pregame flips and vigorous arm, Richardson has caught Trask’s eye. Trask had daring reward for Richardson throughout a telephone interview with the Orlando Sentinel on Thursday.

“He’s a super smart coach,” Trask mentioned. “He’s going to figure out the best possible way for this team to win, whatever that may be.”

Richardson figures to see extra taking part in time now that he’s totally recovered from a hamstring harm that stored him out for 2 video games. Florida is coming off a 20-13 upset at Kentucky on Saturday however seems to be to bounce again this weekend in opposition to Vanderbilt in The Swamp.