ANIMATED: Casey Prather Alley-Oop Dunk Highlights Florida's First Half Against Marquette

Florida's Casey Prather has been a one-man highlight reel lately with an array of monster dunks. He baptized Kyle Wiltjer in the SEC Tournament semifinals against Kentucky, and had a couple huge jams last weekend in Omaha. On Thursday night in Phoenix in the Gators' Sweet 16 matchup against Marquette, Prather had the highlight of the first half when he took an alley-oop from Kenny Boynton and twisted his body in mid-air to slam it home. It was an amazing play that had announcer Kevin Harlan in a fever pitch.

Animated gifs of the dunk from two different angles after the jump:

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