Florida signed five receivers in one class twice since 1997. Neither time, however, did anyone make much of an impact as a freshman. And only three developed into playmakers for the Gators.
With so little production from its wide receivers, Florida has no choice but to make the position a high priority in recruiting.
Florida might not have had much success on the field last year, but the Gators debuted at No. 2 in the ESPN recruiting class rankings Thursday.
Kelvin Taylor, ranked No. 21, leads a strong Florida Gators presence in ESPN 300 recruiting rankings.
In this week's DawgNation recruiting mailbag: Which Florida WR could be taking a serious look at Georgia? Is UGA a serious player for a coveted in-state pass-rusher?
An early look at how the scholarships might be distributed by position in USC's 2013 recruiting class.
Alabama had its second successful junior day on Saturday, even though no recruits for 2013 committed.
After landing three commits at first junior day, Tide hopes for similar success with loaded group of players expected on campus.
DawgNation takes a closer look at Georgia's top 10 out-of-state targets -- each of whom already gets high marks on the ESPNU 150 Watch List.
So far UGA has three 2013 commitments, and all three made ESPNU's Top 100 preview for the class. DawgNation looks at all of the Bulldogs' targets on the list and discusses why UGA should pursue them.
Florida coach Will Muschamp is confident in the recruiting abilities of his new offensive coordinator Brent Pease.
Michigan will look across the Midwest and nationally to fill several wide receiver spots in the 2013 class.