Heading into the Gators' spring game, downgraded to a practice after so many injuries on the OL, coach Will Muschamp and OC Brent Pease have more questions than answers among the receiving corps.
Linebacker Jelani Jenkins' 40-yard-dash time at Florida's pro day wasn't as important as showing he has recovered from a broken bone in his right foot.
With starting quarterback Jeff Driskel likely out with an ankle injury, the Gators are planning to adapt their offense to backup Jacoby Brissett with Wildcat quarterback Trey Burton mixed in.
Injuries have long kept Lerentee McCray from reaching his potential. McCray is needed now more than ever as a pass rusher and he has stepped up.
Injuries have hampered Jeremy Brown's career, but the Florida cornerback has refused to give up, providing his coaches and teammates with inspiration.
It's already been a long and windy road for Jeff Driskel, the nation's No. 1 QB prospect in 2010, to get to his first start for the Florida Gators.
With Mike Gillislee's injury history and the workload he'll face as Florida's starting tailback, the Gators need quality depth and a clear No. 2 back to emerge.
Florida's cornerbacks should prove to be a fearsome foursome for opposing quarterbacks. While coach Will Muschamp says matchups will dictate playing time more than set starting jobs, the friendly competition is intense.
After missing time as a freshman with a scary neck injury, Marcus Roberson is back to play a big role as one of the Gators' starting cornerbacks.
After a key injury to spark-plug forward Will Yeguete, Florida must overcome a decided lack of frontcourt depth. Good thing Billy Donovan has plenty of experience dealing with injuries.
Florida's offense had a stunning lack of big plays in 2011, even fewer than in the 2010 season, which was also a disappointment on offense.
Injuries and poor performances have resulted in Charlie Weis' offense being worse than Florida's offense last year.
Other than becoming bowl eligible, the most important thing for Florida in Saturday's game against Furman is to finish without injuries.