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Five Players to Watch on Offense

Wednesday will mark not only the pro scout day for the Gators looking to start earning money professionally. It will also mark the start of one of the more intriguing spring practices in recent years. Florida lost a ton of talent off the 2009 team which finished third nationally and posted the Gators' third 13-win season in four years.

Obviously quarterback John Brantley will be the focus of this spring as the Gators go through the transition from the Tim Tebow era. Listing Brantley as a guy to watch would be ridiculously obvious so we won't do it. Instead we'll pick five other guys who have the opportunity to raise their game and take on a much greater role for the Gator offense in 2010. This spring will give us an idea how... Recommended Stories

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