How are the Sun Devils doing with in-state prospects…
Florida has a quintet of prospects entering school early on the offensive side of the ball. A quick look at the positional needs and there likely isn't a better group that they could have come in and be able to compete and prepare themselves for playing time in 2014. At the lead position is US Army All-American quarterback Will Grier. Grier comes in with the strong arm and the strong background in knowing the position. Florida was down to two scholarship quarterbacks after transfers last month and Grier's early arrival means he can get a leg up on learning Florida's new offense and will have to be prepared to play in 2014. Grier's numbers in high school were a bit ridiculous. The Davidson (N.C.) native passed for 14,565 yards, 195 touchdowns and 27 interceptions. Florida's new spread offense...
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