Predicting where Florida's draft-eligible players will be selected on what should be a banner NFL draft for the Gators.
While he admits the middle of his defense has some holes to fill, UF coach Will Muschamp and his staff are quite focused this spring on strengthening the Gators at linebacker, safety and cornerback, and then some.
A look at how the 10 former Florida Gators fared at the NFL scouting combine leading into the 2013 NFL draft.
An outstanding performance by the secondary backed up strong efforts by the line and linebackers, creating a strong Gators defensive unit.
The third-ranked Florida Gators didn't just get beat by Louisville in the Sugar Bowl on Wednesday. They got embarrassed, and it raises questions about their vaunted defense.
Florida has 19 players eligible for the NFL draft. Five of those players have a legitimate shot of leaving. Here's a look at those Gators.
As it has all season, Florida's defense led the way to another win. This time it was courtesy of four interceptions in a 14-7 victory against Missouri.
After giving up two fourth down touchdown passes in last season's loss to Georgia, the Florida secondary, ranked No. 3 in the nation, is looking for redemption against the Bulldogs.
Only two Florida players were selected in last weekend's NFL draft, the fewest since 2008. The 2013 draft, however, will be a different story. The Gators could have as many as 11 players drafted.
Now that spring football is over, a look at Florida's defensive depth chart shows just how many positions have been affected by injuries.
While Matt Elam is holding down the strong safety spot, one of the best battles this spring should be between Josh Evans and De'Ante Saunders at free safety.
Florida players said they were motivated to beat Urban Meyer's new team, plus notes on Gators' vacant offensive coordinator and strength coach positions and injuries on the offensive line.
Gators players continue to talk about improving the chemistry within the team, a problem that surfaced last season and clearly has not gone away.
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.
Florida's inexperienced defensive backs were often hesitant to make mistakes and therefore didn't take the chances that could lead to creating turnovers.
Several players in Saturday's game between Florida and Florida State came down to picking one over the other in recruiting.