Breaking down where the Gators' defensive depth chart stands following spring practice.
Five Florida Gators players who, based on what happened in spring practice, will be under pressure to produce in the fall.
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.
The timetable for Florida junior linebacker-defensive end Ronald Powell to return after ACL surgery was aggressive, but he remains on track.
Junior defensive end Ronald Powell says he's been transformed by the torn ACL he suffered in Florida's spring game. Now he's trying to return to the field faster than predicted.
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.
Florida coach Will Muschamp has high expectations for he second season. Saturday's spring game is a chance to show Gator fans some progress.
Spring practice likely will be the last chance for some of UF's returning defensive linemen to prove they belong on the field or risk getting passed by newcomers.
Florida has little talent and even less depth on the edge of its defensive line. The Gators have a long way to go and plenty of playing time to offer recruits.
There was no shortage of candidates in choosing players who fell short of expectations for the 2011 Gators. Here are five who did little.
Mike DiRocco's Sunday Night Quarterback looks at why Ronald Powell, one of Florida's most heralded recruits in years, finally is drawing praise from his coaches.
Michael DiRocco takes an early look at what Florida's spring depth chart on defense might look like. The Gators have solid depth and will need more impact plays.