Most Successful UCF Football Class Honored Friday Prior to Kickoff

There's center Jordan Johnson, who will be starting his 50th consecutive game for UCF.
There's running back Adrian Killins, who has scored more career touchdowns than all but three previous Knight standouts, in great part due to his world-class speed.
There's linebacker Nate Evans, far and away the leading UCF tackler in 2019 and a key reason the Knights currently lead the nation in tackles for loss.
That trio and more comprise the most successful class in UCF football history that will be recognized Friday night when the Knights' graduating seniors will be introduced prior to their final home game at Spectrum Stadium versus rival South Florida.
The current seniors already have racked up a four-year record 39 victories to go with a 2017 national championship, two American Athletic Conference titles in 2017 and 2018 (both regular-season divisional crowns and AAC championship game wins) and four postseason bowl appearances (the first time UCF has played in four in a row, including one to come in 2019), including a pair of New Year's Six bowl games (one of those a win over seventh-rated Auburn in the Peach Bowl after the 2017 campaign).
A victory over South Florida would give the Knights their 21st home win in a row, tying Clemson for the longest home win streak in the country and finishing off a record third straight season in which UCF did not lose a home game.
Players who will be introduced before kickoff (at approximately 7:40 p.m. ET with 25:00 on the clock) Friday night (along with their family members), all of whom either are graduating and/or have exhausted their eligibility, are Dedrion Bacote-Sweat, Dylan Barnas, Kyle Benkel, Nevelle Clarke, Chris DeLoach, Trevor Elbert, Nate Evans, Jonathan Gebka, Alex Harris, Noah Hancock, Brendon Hayes, Jordan Hayes, Jordan Johnson, Adrian Killins, Hayden Kingston, McKenzie Milton, Devin Nixon, Anthony Roberson, Brandon Wilson and Brandon Wimbush.
Among those on the list is Milton, who has not played in 2019 but will graduate with a degree in sports and exercise science in December and opted to be introduced with his fellow seniors. Milton is continuing his rehabilitation from his November 2018 leg injury and plans to enroll in a UCF graduate program that begins in January and will enable him to earn a master's degree by December 2020.
"I'm excited to be able to walk on Senior Knight with my brothers who started this journey with me four years ago," Milton said. "It will be great to have my family here to celebrate all that we have accomplished in front of Knight Nation, but I am fully invested in working my butt off to get back on the field."