The Gators received some good news after they lost to Tennessee on Tuesday, as Prather, Yeguete and Frazier were all cleared for practice Thursday.
This is the first time the Gators have been at full strength since February 5th when Junior forward Will Yeguete left the game early, eventually undergoing surgery to remove pieces of floating cartilage in his right knee. The absence of key players have taken a toll on the #8 ranked Gators as they have gone 4-3 in the last seven games.
In the loss to the Volunteers, the Gators could have used the SEC's top 3-point shooter Michael Frazier II who is shooting 49% from behind the arc.
Junior forward Casey Prather left Tuesdays game after taking a knee to the face which required five stitches, but was medically cleared to play Wednesday.
The Gators looks like they will have their complete 8-man rotation for their upcoming game against Alabama.
Tune into our sister station 1250 WHNZ and listen live as Florida (22-5, 12-3) takes on Alabama (19-9, 11-4) on Saturday in Gainesville.
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