LSU. He has not yet scheduled an official visit to Florida. He is also too small for the Brent Pease offense, especially since we seem to no longer be recruiting Jeff Demps and Percy Harvin type of players in terms of size and speed (both were under-sized for their positions, but worked well in a variation of the spread).
Thanks for this reply. I'll keep this in mind about the Pease offense. Seems I'm living in the past on that one.
Mine declines rapidly pre spurrier, wuerfell really. Dad's more detailed (played for Tenn-MLB in 70's.)
Thing is, we are only NOW finally seeing all the pieces begin to fall into place as far as a Muschamp-envisioned/Pease-executed-version of a "Pro-style Power Offense" is concerned--and the jury is still out on the fulcrum to this offense at QB. If we finally have some varied passing-options AND Driskel can comfortably find and accurately throw to them, ALONG with handing it off to what looks to be a running game that will rival anyone's (yes, Bama included--and I think we'll eclipse everyone else's), well, suddenly this season begins to look very interesting indeed. The D will be as full of raw talent and depth as any we've had, but will need a few games at least to begin to round into team-form (lets hope in time for the SEC-schedule!)...Would be nice to see our OFFENSE step up, begin to win games--or at least hold up its end!--this year.All of us Gator fans are living in the past. We have not had a primary running back over 210 pounds DeShawn Wynn (2002-2007), and he was recruited by Ron Zook.