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GREG DENT

#15

Player profile

2012:

Turned out his most productive season appearing in all 14 games, earning four starts…ranked fifth on the team with 27 catches and 355 receiving yards, to go along with a pair of touchdown grabs…established new single-game career bests for receptions and yards with five for 72 yards against Clemson…set a new receiving yardage best with 73 on four receptions at Virginia Tech…grabbed an 8-yard TD pass from EJ Manuel vs. Savannah State…his 10-yard TD reception in the third quarter at Virginia Tech gave the Seminoles their largest lead of the game (20-10)…caught at least one pass in 11 games, with multiple receptions in nine contests.

2011:

Proved to be one of the most dangerous deep threats on the team leading FSU with a 19.7 yards per catch average…one of seven FSU receivers with 10 or more catches averaging over 10 yards per catch…caught a pass in seven of the 13 games he played in…blew up his career numbers in the first game of the season versus ULM when he hauled in a 50 yard TD pass…followed that game up with a three catch performance in week two versus Charleston Southern…had the best game of his career versus NC State tying career highs for catches (3) and touchdowns (1) and setting a new career best with 70 receiving yards which included a 26-yard TD catch.

2010:

True freshman wide receiver who played in 12 games mostly on special teams but saw some spot duty on offense…first career reception came against Boston College which was a 12-yard reception.

PERSONAL:

Collected 54 receptions for 1,387 yards and 14 TDs as a senior…also intercepted a pair of passes as a defensive back…led Glades Central to a 13-1 record and the Class 2B state championship game, where they fell to Cocoa 27-13…Dent had five receptions for 105 yards in the title game…MVP of legendary Muck Bowl against rival Pahokee after collecting six receptions for 185 yards, coupled with an 84-yard kickoff return for a TD…earned four-star rating from Rivals and three-star selection by Scout.com…No. 57 safety prospect according to ESPN…first team SunState All-State selection (from all classifications) at wide receiver…selected to Max Preps All-American team…participated in the Outback Bowl, representing Florida all-stars in a game against national all-stars…selected to the Times-Union’s Florida Super 75 where he was ranked sixth overall as an “athlete”…No. 15 among Bill Buchalter’s Florida Top 100…Buchalter also rated the versatile Dent as the state’s No. 1 wide receiver prospect…ranked No. 34 overall player in state by Scout.com…selected Florida State over Miami…born June 5, 1990.