Despite signing one of the top recruiting classes in the nation, Florida will enter spring practice soon with a decided lack of experience behind QB Jeff Driskel.
Florida has the bodies along its offensive line. Now, with a new strength plan and a new coach, these Gators must reinvent themselves in spring practice.
Florida is painfully thin at the tight end position heading into this spring, with on- and off-the-field issues leaving junior Jordan Reed the only real option.
Florida's sputtering offense started and ended with the line's inability to run or pass block against the SEC's better defenses.
In Mike DiRocco's Sunday Night Quarterback he examines John Brantley's career day and worries about the offensive line against FSU.
Florida coach Will Muschamp is looking for one more offensive lineman and at least one play-making wide receiver in this class.
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.