Plenty of top players at Tallahassee, Fla., Lincoln have stayed home to play for Florida State. But teammates James Hearns and Reggie Davis have chosen Florida and Georgia, respectively.
Florida has a lot to accomplish in spring practice with new players, a new offensive coordinator and a big hole at starting quarterback.
After looking at the biggest busts in Florida's recruiting history (called 'The 10 Who Never Were'), GatorNation examines UF's biggest surprises on a list called 'The 10 Who Came From Nowhere.'
Florida coach Will Muschamp is looking to build a tougher team. He's offering early playing time for running backs, wide receivers, tight ends, offensive and defensive linemen and linebackers.
Four-star offensive tackle Avery Young calls his official visit to Florida "perfect." He's one of the Gators' top targets.
With some stars projected to contribute as freshman and other sleepers expected to surprise, the Gators and coach Will Muschamp get high marks in recruiting.
Receiver is a top priority for the Gators with the 2012 recruiting class, which puts Stefon Diggs and Nelson Agholor at the top of the list.
North Carolina tackle D.J. Humphries headlines a 2012 Florida recruiting class that numbers 17 commits already and ranks No. 4 in the nation.