As Jim Mc Elwain tries to rebuild Florida football into a championship program, one of his mottos is “recruit daily or die.” Join us here on SEC Country for a daily recap of the latest UF recruiting news, tales from the trail and perspective on what it all means for the Gators.He’s an unrated running back from Melbourne, Fla., but certainly has the attention Florida and several other schools. I got to talk the track coaches and the football coaches, so I was happy about that.” Like Gators wide receiver target Anthony Schwartz, Valentine plans to play football and run track in college.(My friend Ruth de Souza, who is from Goa, claims his mother was Goan.) And as someone who has an eye for Indians (though primarily the female ones), I figure he has some Indian-ness about him, judging by his pictures.
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He also does assorted NFL analyst work for a variety of radio and media outlets including KFAN FM 100.3 in Minneapolis/St. We were able to catch up with Ben last month (April 2014) to discuss his background, football and post-football endeavors and are pleased to present this interview.
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.” Not only is it difficult to make it to the NFL, but to last more than a few seasons and be successful is rare and few and far between.
Case in point, Ben Leber, played 10 seasons in the NFL as a linebacker for the San Diego Chargers, Minnesota Vikings and St. During his career, Ben was considered a versatile and cerebral player who carved out his niche as a leader both on and off the field.
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He finished his career with 496 tackles, 24 sacks, five interceptions, 12 forced fumbles in 143 games played ().
Since retiring from pro football in 2012, Ben has made the transition to broadcasting and currently works as a color commentator/analyst for FOX College Sports.
“Coach Seider told me I can fit in their offense very well.