GatorNation's Michael DiRocco breaks down the draft-ability of the Gators' NFL prospects.
The Gators have talent and depth in the secondary, one of the few positions with good competition. Michael DiRocco breaks down the Florida defense by position.
The Gators have two solid starters in Jonathan Bostic and Jelani Jenkins, plus some depth. Michael DiRocco breaks down the Florida defense by position.
Florida has little talent and even less depth on the edge of its defensive line. The Gators have a long way to go and plenty of playing time to offer recruits.
Wide receivers and tight ends are next in Mike DiRocco's position-by-position breakdown of the UF offense. Florida's pass-catchers didn't do much right in 2011.
Florida's sputtering offense started and ended with the line's inability to run or pass block against the SEC's better defenses.
Running backs are first in Mike DiRocco's position-by-position breakdown of the UF offense. Florida loses two senior running backs and returns a lot of question marks in 2012.
Florida has talent but not enough depth in the trenches. The Gators also could use more of a pass rush from their defensive tackles.
It was a miserable season for Florida quarterbacks, but the Gators should benefit from having played freshmen Jacoby Brissett and Jeff Driskel.