Chris Leak

Christopher Patrick Leak (born May 3, 1985) is an American football coach and former gridiron football quarterback. He played college football for the University of Florida, and led the Florida Gators to victory in the 2007 BCS National Championship Game. Leak played professionally for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League (NFL), the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League (CFL), and the Jacksonville Sharks and Orlando Predators of the Arena Football League (AFL).

Chris Leak
Photo depicts a smiling Chris Leak, quarterback of the Florida Gators, together with his Florida Gators football teammates, coach Urban Meyer, and U.S. President George W. Bush, who is holding a Gators football jersey and commemorative football.
Leak (second from left) and teammates visit President George W. Bush at the White House.
Biographical details
BornMay 3, 1985 (age 34)
Charlotte, North Carolina
Alma materFlorida
Playing career
2007Chicago Bears (Preseason)
2008Hamilton Tiger-Cats
2008–2010Montreal Alouettes
2011Saskatchewan Roughriders
2012Jacksonville Sharks
2012Orlando Predators
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
2013Florida (GA)
2014Florida (WR)
Accomplishments and honors
As a player
Hall Trophy (2002)
Pete Dawkins Trophy (2003)

Early years

Leak was born in Charlotte, North Carolina in 1985.[1] Leak received national attention as an 8th grader in 1998 when Wake Forest coach Jim Caldwell, who had just signed his older brother, C. J., offered him a college football scholarship.[2] He attended Independence High School in Charlotte, where he played for the Independence Patriots high school football team.[1] In four years as the Patriots' starting quarterback, Leak led his team to three consecutive North Carolina 4-A state championships.[1] He set North Carolina state records for passing yards in a career (15,593) and completions in a career (1,013), as well as the national record for touchdown passes in a career (185).[1] He was recognized as a Parade magazine All-American as well as Parade's Player of the Year in 2003.[1] The recruiting service ranked Leak as a five-star prospect and the third-best quarterback in the 2003 recruiting class.[1]

College career

Leak accepted an athletic scholarship to attend the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida,[1] where he played for coach Ron Zook and coach Urban Meyer's Florida Gators football teams from 2003 to 2006.[1] Leak was known for his quiet leadership as a quarterback, and was elected a team captain by his teammates two of his four years as a Gator.[3]

Leak began his career at Florida as a freshman, seeing playing time in the first few games, and taking over as the starter in the game against the Kentucky Wildcats. Leak finished his freshman year with a Southeastern Conference (SEC) record for a freshman, posting a 6–3 record as a starter, including wins over the eventual national champion LSU Tigers and the rival Georgia Bulldogs. Leak was named to the SEC All-Freshman Team and's Freshman All-America Team.

During his sophomore season in 2004, Leak's quarterback skills progressed, transforming him into one of the notable quarterbacks in college football. He started all of Florida's games, including a memorable school record-tying six-touchdown performance against the South Carolina Gamecocks. However, following a disappointing loss to the unranked Mississippi State Bulldogs and an on-campus confrontation with fraternity members, head coach Ron Zook was fired. After Zook was fired, Leak was rumored to be considering a transfer.

In December 2004, Urban Meyer replaced Ron Zook as Florida's head coach and introduced Meyer's spread offense to the Gators. Dan Mullen was introduced as the new offensive coordinator— Leak's third offensive coordinator in three years. Heading into his 2005 junior season, Leak had to learn his third offensive scheme in as many years, but was touted as a possible Heisman Trophy candidate. Leak won his first five games, including a big win over the SEC East rival Tennessee Volunteers, but struggled in the option portion of the Meyer's offense. Since Leak was a drop-back passer and not the ideal choice to run Meyer's spread option offense, Meyer tweaked the offense to tailor it to Leak's abilities after the Gators struggled midway through its schedule. The result was successful with the team winning its last two games against ranked competition. Leak received second-team All-SEC honors.

Before the beginning of his 2006 senior season, there was speculation that Leak might not be the Gators' starting quarterback due to the emergence of talented freshman Tim Tebow.[4] Instead, Meyer publicly endorsed Leak as the starting quarterback and confirmed Tim Tebow would be the back-up. Preseason analysis projected that Florida would have the hardest schedule in the country, including back-to-back games against Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, LSU, Auburn and Georgia. The 2006 season proved to be a redemption year for Leak: leading the Gators to their first SEC Championship since 2000, and a spot in the 2007 BCS National Championship Game against Ohio State Buckeyes (the Gators' first championship game appearance since 1996). Leak also broke many Gators' passing records set by Heisman Trophy-winner Danny Wuerffel, including Wuerffel's record for career passing yards set during the 2006 SEC championship game. Leak again received second-team All-SEC honors.

Leak led the Florida Gators to their second consensus national championship with a 41–14 victory over the Ohio State Buckeyes on January 8, 2007, taking home the offensive Most Valuable Player (MVP) award for the game. His performance was solid throughout the BCS championship game, completing his first nine passes at the start of the game, and finishing with twenty-five completions in thirty-six attempts for 213 yards and one touchdown.

Leak was listed on the SEC Academic Honor Roll each year he attended Florida, and was a finalist for the Draddy Trophy, also known as the "Academic Heisman" for college football players.[3] He graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor's degree in sociology, with honors, in December 2006, and was a keynote speaker during the graduation ceremony.

Leak is remembered for volunteering with children in the Goodwill Gators Program, encouraging them to put school first and avoid drug use. At home in Charlotte, North Carolina, he also worked with the Boys and Girls Club and the Steele Creek Youth Athletic Association, served as an inspirational speaker with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and spoke at area middle schools encouraging students to stay focused on their goals.

Professional career


Leak was not selected during the 2007 NFL Draft. The Chicago Bears signed him immediately after the draft.[5] He spent the summer of 2007 working with the team, and training under former Gator quarterback predecessor Rex Grossman.[6] However, Leak only saw playtime during the final game of the preseason, where he completed eleven of sixteen passes for eighty-eight yards, an interception and a touchdown.[7] He was eventually cut from the Bears roster on September 16, 2007.

For the 2008 season, Leak tried out with the Kansas City Chiefs.


In November 2007, Leak announced his intentions to play for Team Florida in the All American Football League.[8] He was later drafted in the 6th round by Team Florida. Lacking start-up capital and with low ticket sales, the AAFL's first season was postponed until 2009 (and later canceled). Leak, like all AAFL players, was released from his contract.


On June 3, 2008, Leak signed with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League.[9] He was claimed by the Montreal Alouettes on June 9 after being released a day earlier. With backup quarterback Adrian McPherson injured, Leak was on the active roster for the August 21, 2009 match against the Saskatchewan Roughriders, in which he threw his first CFL touchdown pass on his first play.[10] The Montreal Alouettes went on to win the Grey Cup in 2009.

On August 19, 2010, in a game against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, Montreal starting quarterback, Anthony Calvillo, got taken out with an injury which gave way to Leak to finish off the game. Leak would lead the Alouettes to a 39-17 win over the Bombers. Leak made his first CFL start at quarterback on September 3, 2010 against the BC Lions. However, he was on the short end of a 38-17 score, going 15 for 27 for 135 yards with two interceptions and a fumble. Leak suffered an apparent injury early in the fourth quarter and did not return. The Montreal Alouettes went on to win the Grey Cup in 2010.

On May 5, 2011, Leak signed with the Saskatchewan Roughriders as a free agent.[11] On June 25, 2011, Leak was cut from the Roughriders.


On September 26, 2011, it was announced that Leak would sign with the ArenaBowl XXIV champion Jacksonville Sharks to replace star quarterback Aaron Garcia, who joined the San Antonio Talons for the 2012 Arena Football League season. In his only game in which he played for the Sharks, he completed twenty-one of thirty-one passes for 196 yards and five touchdowns in a 52–28 victory over the Kansas City Command. After it was announced that Garcia's former backup, Omar Jacobs, would start the next game, Leak was suspended after skipping the following team practice.[12] On April 10, 2012, he was placed on the left squad list, effectively ending his time with the Sharks.[13] On April 23, 2012, Leak signed with the Orlando Predators.[14]

Post-playing career

Chris Leak worked as a host on SiriusXM College Sports Coast-to-Coast multiple nights each week during the 2012 college football season, along with co-host Chris Childers.

Florida Gators head coach Will Muschamp added Leak as a quality control coach in May 2013. Leak became a graduate assistant, helping coach the team's offense.[15] Leak was promoted to the position of wide receivers coach in May 2014.[16]

After 2015 working in football development and youth outreach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Leak was hired as the head coach of the Edgewater Eagles high school football team at Edgewater High School in Orlando, Florida, in February 2016.[17] Following an 0–5 start, Leak resigned from Edgewater on October 4.[18] The next day, it was reported that Leak was under investigation by the Orlando Police Department for possible sexual assault of a minor.[19] The police later confirmed their investigation and provided their report to Deadspin.[20] In October 2016, the 16-year-old victim declined to press charges and the investigation was closed.[21]

See also


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h "Chris Leak". University of Florida Athletics. Archived from the original on October 11, 2007. Retrieved April 14, 2011.
  2. ^ Stewart Mandel, "A Lot to Leak," Sports Illustrated (August 21, 2003). Retrieved January 27, 2013.
  3. ^ a b 2011 Florida Gators Football Media Guide (PDF), Gainesville, Fla.: University of Florida Athletic Association, 2011, pp. 75, 80, 89, 97, 98, 99, 101–102, 125, 127, 136, 141–142, 144, 146–147, 159, 162, 173, 183, archived from the original (PDF) on April 2, 2012
  4. ^ Kelly Whiteside, "Senior Leak will remain starter; freshman Tebow turning heads," USA Today (July 27, 2006). Retrieved May 5, 2011.
  5. ^ Lindsay Jones, "Chris Leak to Chicago Bears," The Palm Beach Post (April 27, 2007)> Retrieved May 5, 2011.
  6. ^ Larry Mayer, "Leak sees Bears as 'best situation for me'," (May 8, 2007). Retrieved on May 5, 2011.
  7. ^ Browns v. Bears Box Score, Chicago (September 15, 2007). Retrieved May 5, 2011.
  8. ^ "Leak to try out for AAFL," The Gainesville Sun (September 11, 2007). Retrieved May 5, 2011.
  9. ^ "Hamilton Tiger-Cats sign former Florida Gators quarterback Chris Leak," (June 3, 2008). Retrieved on June 3, 2008.
  10. ^ "Leak, Calvillo lead Als' win," Halifax Chronicle Herald (August 22, 2009). Retrieved August 22, 2009.
  11. ^ "Saskatchewan Roughriders sign Chris Leak Archived May 7, 2011, at the Wayback Machine," The Regina Leader-Post (May 5, 2011). Retrieved May 5, 2011.
  12. ^ Don Coble, "Jacksonville Sharks suspend quarterback Chris Leak," The Florida Times-Union (March 21, 2012). Retrieved April 19, 2012.
  13. ^ "Jamarko Simmons Returns to Sharks Archived June 27, 2012, at the Wayback Machine," (April 10, 2012). Retrieved April 19, 2012.
  14. ^ Austin Lyon, "Orlando Predators sign former UF quarterback Chris Leak," Orlando Sentinel (April 23, 2012). Retrieved April 27, 2012.
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  17. ^ Alicia DelGallo, "Former Gators QB is Edgewater's new coach," Orlando Sentinel (February 4, 2016). Retrieved February 12, 2016.
  18. ^ Carnahan, J.C. "Chris Leak out as head coach at Edgewater". Orlando Sentinel. Retrieved October 4, 2016.
  19. ^ "[1]"
  20. ^ "[2]"
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2004 Florida Gators football team

The 2004 Florida Gators football team represented the University of Florida in the sport of American football during the 2004 NCAA Division I-A football season. The Gators competed in Division I-A of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Eastern Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC), and played their home games at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on the university's Gainesville, Florida campus. The season was the third and last for head coach Ron Zook, who led the Gators to a regular season record of 7–4 (.636).

2004 Outback Bowl

The 2004 Outback Bowl featured the Florida Gators, and the Iowa Hawkeyes.

Florida appeared to come out of the gates swinging, with quarterback Chris Leak throwing a 70-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Kelvin Kight to take an early 7–0 lead. Iowa got on the board following a 3-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Nathan Chandler to wide receiver Maurice Brown, to tie the game at 7. That concluded the first quarter scoring.

Early in the second quarter, kicker Nate Kaeding kicked a 47-yard field goal, to give Iowa a 10–7 lead. Later on, Chandler rushed 5 yards for a touchdown to extend the Hawkeyes lead to 17–7. Before halftime, Kaeding connected on a 32-yard field goal to increase the lead to 20–7.

Early in the third quarter, Matt Melloy recovered a blocked punt in the end zone for an Iowa touchdown and a 27–7 lead. Florida kicked a 48-yard field goal to pull within 27–10. A Fred Russell touchdown run sealed the deal, bringing Iowa's lead to 34–10. Kaeding later connected on his third field goal, this one from 38 yards, increasing the lead to 37–10. Chris Leak's 25-yard touchdown pass to Dallas Baker, made the final margin 37–17.

2004 Peach Bowl (December)

The 2004 Peach Bowl featured the Miami Hurricanes and the Florida Gators.Miami took a 7–0 lead when it blocked a Florida field goal attempt, and Devin Hester returned the ball 78 yards for a touchdown. In the second quarter, Matt Leach kicked a 34-yard field goal to make it 10–3. Roscoe Parrish scored on a 72-yard punt return giving Miami a 17–3 lead at halftime, even though it didn't score an offensive touchdown.In the third quarter, Brock Berlin threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Ryan Moore, and the Hurricanes led 24–3. Florida's Chris Leak threw a 45-yard touchdown pass to Jemalle Cornelius as the Gators got within 24–10. A 32-yard field goal from Miami gave the Hurricanes the 27–10 win.

2006 Arkansas Razorbacks football team

The 2006 Arkansas Razorbacks football team completed the season with a 10–4 record. The Razorbacks had a regular season SEC record of 7–1.

2006 Florida Gators football team

The 2006 Florida Gators football team represented the University of Florida in the sport of American football during the 2006 college football season. The Gators competed in the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the Eastern Division of the Southeastern Conference (SEC), and played their home games at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on the university's Gainesville, Florida campus. The season was the second for head coach Urban Meyer, who led the Gators to an SEC Championship, a BCS National Championship, and an overall win-loss record of 13–1 (.929).

Florida overcame the toughest schedule in the nation by opponent winning percentage to become national champions. The Gators won their seventh SEC title by defeating the Arkansas Razorbacks 38–28 in SEC Championship Game on December 2, 2006, then defeated the Ohio State Buckeyes 41–14 in the BCS National Championship Game on January 8, 2007, beginning the SEC's streak of seven consecutive national championships.

During the 2006 season, the Gators also celebrated two milestones in their history: the tenth anniversary of their first national football championship in 1996, and 100 years of Florida football dating to their first season in 1906.In addition, with the men's basketball team winning the 2006 and 2007 NCAA men's basketball national championships, the University of Florida became the first Division I school to ever win the football and men's basketball titles during the same year. Coincidentally, the Gators again faced and defeated Ohio State in the 2007 NCAA Tournament, also marking the first time in college sports history that identical matchups and results have occurred in both football and basketball championships.

2006 Outback Bowl

The 2006 Outback Bowl was an American college football bowl game played January 2, 2006 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL. It was the 20th edition of the Outback Bowl and featured the Iowa Hawkeyes of the Big Ten Conference, and the Florida Gators from the Southeastern Conference. Florida came into the game under first year head coach Urban Meyer with an 8-3 record. The Hawkeyes, led by 7th year head coach Kirk Ferentz, came into the game with a 7-4 record.

2007 BCS National Championship Game

The 2007 Tostitos BCS National Championship Game was an American football game played at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on January 8, 2007. It was the first time that the BCS had staged its own standalone national title game (previously the four BCS bowls each took turns serving as the title game). The #1 Ohio State Buckeyes lost to the #2 Florida Gators, 41–14.

The Buckeyes secured a spot by finishing the regular season undefeated and ranked #1 in the BCS. It was the first time the Buckeyes and Gators had ever met on the football field. The 12–1 Florida Gators earned a spot after defeating Arkansas in the SEC Championship Game in early December, and jumping from #4 to #2 in the final BCS Rankings, passing #3 Michigan and previous #2 USC.

The game was the first BCS National Championship Game to be televised on the Fox TV network.

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These lists are dominated by more recent players for several reasons:

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2012 - Max Browne, Skyline (Washington) QB

2011 – Johnathan Gray, Aledo (Texas) RB

2010 – Johnathan Gray, Aledo (Texas) RB (Jr.)

2009 – Dillon Baxter, Mission Bay (San Diego) QB-RB

2008 – Garrett Gilbert, Lake Travis (Austin, Texas) QB

2007 – Jacory Harris, Northwestern (Miami) QB

2006 – Darren Evans, Warren Central (Indianapolis) FB

2005 – Matthew Stafford, Highland Park (Dallas) QB

2004 – Chase Daniel, Carroll (Southlake, Texas) QB

2003 – Jeff Byers, Loveland (Loveland, Colo.) OL-DL

2002 – Chris Leak, Independence (Charlotte, N.C.) QB

2001 – Vince Young, Madison (Houston) QB

2000 – Cedric Benson, Robert E. Lee (Midland, Texas) RB

1999 – D. J. Williams, De La Salle (Concord, Calif.) RB-LB

1998 – J. R. House, Nitro (Nitro, W. Va.) QB

1997 – Ronald Curry, Hampton (Va.) QB-RB

1996 – Travis Henry, Frostproof (Fla.) RB

1995 – Tim Couch, Leslie County (Hyden, Ky.) QB

1994 – Chris Redman, Male (Louisville, Ky.) QB

1993 – Peyton Manning, Newman (New Orleans) QB

1992 – James Allen, Wynnewood (Okla.) RB

1991 – Steven Davis, Spartanburg (S.C.) RB

1990 – Derrick Brooks, Washington (Pensacola, Fla.) LB

1989 – Robert Smith, Euclid (Ohio) RB

1988 – Terry Kirby, Tabb (Va.) RB

1987 – Carl Pickens, Murphy (N.C.) WR

1986 – Emmitt Smith, Escambia (Pensacola, Fla.) RB

1985 – Jeff George, Warren Central (Indianapolis) QB

1984 – Andre Rison, Northwestern (Flint, Mich.) WR-DB

1983 – Chris Spielman, Washington (Massillon, Ohio) LB

1982 – Rod Woodson, Snider (Fort Wayne, Ind.) WR-DB

1981 – Marcus Dupree, Philadelphia (Miss.) RB

1980 – Bill Fralic, Penn Hills (Pittsburgh) OL

1979 – Herschel Walker, Johnson County (Wrightsville, Ga.) RB

1978 – Eric Dickerson, Sealy (Sealy) RB

1977 – Marcus Allen, Lincoln (San Diego) QB-RB

1976 – Freeman McNeil, Banning (Wilmington, Calif.) RB

1975 – Charles White, San Fernando (San Fernando, Calif.) RB

1974 – Billy Sims, Hooks (Hooks, Texas) RB

1973 – Earl Campbell, John Tyler (Tyler, Texas) RB

1972 – Tony Dorsett, Hopewell (Aliquippa, Pa.) RB

1971 – Dave Logan, Wheat Ridge (Wheat Ridge, Colo.) WR

1970 – Pat Haden, Bishop Amat (La Puente, Calif.) QB

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Chris Leak—championships, awards and honors

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