GAINESVILLE -- Time in engrave another brick.
Florida cornerback Vernon Hargreaves III was named a first-team All-American by the Associated Press on Sunday, giving the junior his second commemorative brick outside Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.
The Gators honor their first-team All-Americans (by select institutions) with an engraving in front of the Heavener Complex. Last season, Hargreaves was recognized as a first-team All-American by the Sporting News, earning his first brick.
Now he'll have two.
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As a junior, Hargreaves tied for the team-lead in interceptions with four, adding 31 tackles (1 TFL), four pass breakups and a forced fumble.
Hargreaves, who said he's “probably” headed to the NFL after Florida’s bowl game against Michigan, was a second-team AP All-American as a sophomore and a third-team member as a freshman.
Meanwhile, senior defensive tackle Jon Bullard was also recognized, earning third-team honors.
Bullard had a team-high 17.5 tackles for loss -- ranking second in the conference. He also tied for the team-lead in sacks (6.5) and had 63 tackles and six hurries.
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