Florida signed five receivers in one class twice since 1997. Neither time, however, did anyone make much of an impact as a freshman. And only three developed into playmakers for the Gators.
Dominique Easley came on at defensive end late in 2012 for the Gators, but after losing both starters at defensive tackle, Florida might need Easley to move back inside.
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.
With a year under his belt, Florida fullback Hunter Joyer knows he can do more on the field and is ready for an expanded role.
Florida players say they had a hard time adjusting to a new defense in 2011. Now they're putting in the work in spring practice to create more turnovers.
Each of the six players who enrolled early at Florida could see playing time this fall. One or two even could become starters.
UF has had its share of highly touted prospects who didn't come close to fulfilling their promise on the field. Here are "10 Who Never Were."
Billy Donovan is working his Gators overtime to make sure they fix their free-throw problems before it costs them a winnable game.