Will Muschamp announced five members of his coaching staff today, two of which will come from outside the Florida football program.

One of the new guys is wide receivers coach Aubrey Hill, who held the same position for the Miami Hurricanes under Randy Shannon.

Hill has Gator ties, having played for Steve Spurrier at Florida (1992-1995) and then serving as a graduate assistant for the Gators (1996-1998).

The other new assistant is new defensive backs coach Travaris Robinson, who held the same position under Tommy Tuberville at Texas Tech this season.

The coaches who will remain with Florida are running backs coach Stan Drayton, special teams coordinator D.J. Durkin, and tight ends coach Brian White.

"I thought it was important to have some continuity in the staff--D.J., Stan, and Brian bring that to the table," Muschamp said. "They are solid recruiters.

"Aubrey is obviously a Gator, and it's always a plus when you have someone coach at their alma mater. He understands the passion and expectations here, and I know he is excited to return to Gainesville."

Four Gators to play in the Senior Bowl

The Senior Bowl announced 23 participants today and four of them were Florida Gators.

Outback Bowl MVP Ahmad Black, Mike Pouncey, Marcus Gilbert, and Chas Henry all accepted invitations to represent UF in Mobile, Alabama, on January 29.

Charlie Weis to be announced as new OC Monday

As reported by GatorRaid.com's own Daniel Lasseter December 31, Charlie Weis will become Florida's next offensive coordinator.

Multiple media sources have confirmed the hire of Weis and an announcement is expected to come Monday.

ESPN's Chris Mortensen said that Weis will continue to coach the Kansas City Chiefs in the NFL playoffs before joining Will Muschamp's staff.