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Pick One UF Commitment...

  • Watch their tape.

    Answer these questions-

    What will make the prospect successful at UF?

    What physical problems does he have to overcome?

    Why did UF target them?

    What kind of career do you think they will have?

    What year, if any, will they become a starter?

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    Demarcus Robinson

    What will make the prospect successful at UF?

    no threat in passing game, is an EE and will get acclimated to colleges life early

    What physical problems does he have to overcome?

    Could bulk up a little

    Why did UF target them?

    good hands, speed. Deep threat and makes plays in space

    What kind of career do you think they will have?

    great one. Will wear #11 proudly

    What year, if any, will they become a starter?

    this year.

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    Antonio Riles

    What will make the prospect successful at UF?

    He has an excellent frame and base, decent strength, fluid athlete.

    What physical problems does he have to overcome?

    Slow feet, doesn't use his hands well, very upright player.

    Why did UF target them?

    He's got a lot of potential, his frame can add some serious weight and still remain flexible. He seemed like an easy grab that could shore up some numbers on the DL.

    What kind of career do you think they will have?

    I definitely think he remains on the DL, though theres been quite a few that think he switches to OL. Just doesn't have the square body type you look for in a Guard nor the feet/strength combo to play tackle. He's gonna stay at DE IMO, probably back up Bullard for a year or two.

    What year, if any, will they become a starter?

    I think by his Junior or RS Sophomore campaign he can take over a starting job. Mainly because that will be the year Bullard leaves IMO.

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    Alex Anzalone

    What will make the prospect successful at UF?

    an act of God

    What physical problems does he have to overcome?

    his skin color and origin of birth

    Why did UF target them?

    bc Muschamp did not watch the NCG on Monday

    What kind of career do you think they will have?

    think Brendan Beal

    What year, if any, will they become a starter?

    No need to answer.

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    Kelvin Taylor

    What will make the prospect successful at UF?

    Background, Family, and incredible ability after 5 years of starting in HS.

    What physical problems does he have to overcome?

    Speed, but it's more than enough IMO

    Why did UF target them?

    Legacy, Perfect downhill back, flexible with great hands, elite RB prospect

    What kind of career do you think they will have?

    If healthy, I believe he will run for over 3000 yards and end up as an AA and possibly a chance at a Heisman by his JR year.

    What year, if any, will they become a starter?

    He'll be the starter by his JR year (because of Matt Jones), but will play a LOT from day 1, and I see him and Jones producing like Gurshall in his freshman year, but even better after that.

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    Caleb Brantley

    What will make the prospect successful at UF?

    He is a prototypical defensive tackle with great size even before going through the Dillmanization Process. He also has a mean streak.

    What physical problems does he have to overcome?

    The boo boo on his ego. This kid needs attention and Champ et al are not the warm, cuddly types.

    Why did UF target them?

    Not only is it a position of need, but Brantley has all the tools to be a great one.

    What kind of career do you think they will have?

    This one can go either way. If he falls in line with the Gator/Muschamp way, the sky is the limit....

    What year, if any, will they become a starter?

    I believe he could be a starter by his sophomore year, I am just not sure where he will be playing

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    Vernon Hargreaves III

    What will make the prospect successful at UF?

    Elite corner playing under Muschamp who will continue to have one of the top secondaries in the NCAA

    What physical problems does he have to overcome?

    His speed and quickness should cover his size early on but he will need to add muscle to tangle with larger receivers

    Why did UF target them?

    Elite corner

    What kind of career do you think they will have?

    3 years, All American once or twice, 1st rd NFL draft pick 2016

    What year, if any, will they become a starter?

    Freshman year
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    Chris Thompson

    What will make the prospect successful at UF?

    At least immediately, his plus speed. He accelerates well and has great top end speed. Pretty flexible and agile as well. Very fluid.

    What physical problems does he have to overcome?

    He's got about 3 routes I'd trust him to run right now- a go, curl, and bubble. Other than that, he's got a lot of polishing to do. He needs to trust his hands and use them to high point and pick the ball out of the air. He needs to gain at least 15 lbs before he sees the field. They line him up off the line so he can avoid jams, telling you he needs more strength as well.

    Why did UF target them?

    He fits the mold of a role they have no depth at. He's a local guy with plus speed and athleticism who can be ready to play with a little bit of weight.

    What kind of career do you think they will have?

    Might seem like I'm giving mixed signals on if I like the kid or not, so I'll try and clarify here. If the kid gains 15 lbs, we have a role for him right away. He is Patton's backup. Patton doesn't run the whole tree when he's out there, he revereses and either gets the ball, curls, and takes off downfield. Thompson is ready to do all of those things from day 1. All that said, he has a TON of work to do before I put him on the field to do anything else, certainly not a starting WR type. He can be effective in the return game as well, along with punt block team.

    What year, if any, will they become a starter?

    It's hard to say. I don't consider Patton a "starter" but he is #1 on the depth chart at his role. I think by his sophomore year Thompson CAN be that. I don't necessarily expect that of him, but it's possible.

    This post has been edited 4 times, most recently by jwren 15 months ago

  • Is this a mid term or final? What % of our final grade?

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  • GibbonsGator:

    Alex Anzalone

    -an act of God

    -his skin color and origin of birth

    -bc Muschamp did not watch the NCG on Monday

    -think Brendan Beal

  • Haha no grade, just thought it'd be fun and enlightening.

  • DRob
    -no threat in passing game, is an EE and will get acclimated to colleges life early
    -Could bulk up a little
    -good hands, speed. Deep threat and makes plays in space
    -great one. Will wear #11 proudly
    -this year.

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  • Here's one-

    Antonio Riles, only got to watch some one on one tape...

    What will make the prospect successful at UF?

    He has an excellent frame and base, decent strength, fluid athlete.

    What physical problems does he have to overcome?

    Slow feet, doesn't use his hands well, very upright player.

    Why did UF target them?

    He's got a lot of potential, his frame can add some serious weight and still remain flexible. He seemed like an easy grab that could shore up some numbers on the DL.

    What kind of career do you think they will have?

    I definitely think he remains on the DL, though theres been quite a few that think he switches to OL. Just doesn't have the square body type you look for in a Guard nor the feet/strength combo to play tackle. He's gonna stay at DE IMO, probably back up Bullard for a year or two.

    What year, if any, will they become a starter?

    I think by his Junior or RS Sophomore campaign he can take over a starting job. Mainly because that will be the year Bullard leaves IMO.

  • Kelvin Taylor

    Background, Family, and incredible ability after 5 years of starting in HS.

    Speed, but it's more than enough IMO

    Legacy, Perfect downhill back, flexible with great hands, elite RB prospect

    If healthy, I believe he will run for over 3000 yards and end up as an AA and possibly a chance at a Heisman by his JR year.

    He'll be the starter by his JR year (because of Matt Jones), but will play a LOT from day 1, and I see him and Jones producing like Gurshall in his freshman year, but even better after that.

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  • Good stuff guys.

    Added all submissions to OP.

    Need some more. Get on it Slappy.

  • Good stuff.. bra u need to make one for all the commits when u have time

    i would help but idk football like you guys..

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  • I would say you don't need to know football that well to analyze, but Dundee set the bar pretty high with that Anzalone break down.

  • Watch their tape.

    Answer these questions-
    Caleb Brantley

    What will make the prospect successful at UF?
    He is a prototypical defensive tackle with great size even before going through the Dillmanization Process. He also has a mean streak.

    What physical problems does he have to overcome?
    The boo boo on his ego. This kid needs attention and Champ et al are not the warm, cuddly types.

    Why did UF target them?
    Not only is it a position of need, but Brantley has all the tools to be a great one.

    What kind of career do you think they will have?
    This one can go either way. If he falls in line with the Gator/Muschamp way, the sky is the limit....

    What year, if any, will they become a starter?
    I believe he could be a starter by his sophomore year, I am just not sure where he will be playing

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  • Done. And Done.

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    "You're not a good guy, you go somewhere else. We'll play you. We'll beat you."

  • VH3

    What will make the prospect successful at UF?
    Elite corner playing under Muschamp who will continue to have one of the top secondaries in the NCAA

    What physical problems does he have to overcome?
    His speed and quickness should cover his size early on but he will need to add muscle to tangle with larger receivers

    Why did UF target them?
    Elite corner

    What kind of career do you think they will have?
    3 years, All American once or twice, 1st rd NFL draft pick 2016

    What year, if any, will they become a starter?
    Freshman year

    This post was edited by GatorTech 15 months ago

  • Gibbons sent me that breakdown this morning. I'll do my own tonight.

  • Still have these prospects available-

    Daniel McMillan

    Matt Rolin

    Darious Cummings

    Joey Ivie

    Trenton Brown

    Marcell Harris

    Ahmad Fulwood

    James Hearns

    Keanu Neal

    Jordan Sherit

    Alvin Bailey

    Nick Washington

    Roderick Johnson

    Adam Lane

    Jarrad Davis

    Cameron Dillard

    Chris Thompson

    Marqui Hawkins

    Octavius Jackson

    Max Staver

  • Chris Thompson

    What will make the prospect successful at UF?

    At least immediately, his plus speed. He accelerates well and has great top end speed. Pretty flexible and agile as well. Very fluid.

    What physical problems does he have to overcome?

    He's got about 3 routes I'd trust him to run right now- a go, curl, and bubble. Other than that, he's got a lot of polishing to do. He needs to trust his hands and use them to high point and pick the ball out of the air. He needs to gain at least 15 lbs before he sees the field. They line him up off the line so he can avoid jams, telling you he needs more strength as well.

    Why did UF target them?

    He fits the mold of a role they have no depth at. He's a local guy with plus speed and athleticism who can be ready to play with a little bit of weight.

    What kind of career do you think they will have?

    Might seem like I'm giving mixed signals on if I like the kid or not, so I'll try and clarify here. If the kid gains 15 lbs, we have a role for him right away. He is Patton's backup. Patton doesn't run the whole tree when he's out there, he revereses and either gets the ball, curls, and takes off downfield. Thompson is ready to do all of those things from day 1. All that said, he has a TON of work to do before I put him on the field to do anything else, certainly not a starting WR type. He can be effective in the return game as well, along with punt block team.

    What year, if any, will they become a starter?

    It's hard to say. I don't consider Patton a "starter" but he is #1 on the depth chart at his role. I think by his sophomore year Thompson CAN be that. I don't necessarily expect that of him, but it's possible.

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  • Ahmad Fulwood
    -What will make this prospect successful?
    He's easily the biggest WR we have coming in. He should become a big factor in redzone situations. The lack of production from the WR position presents him with the chance to see PT early on.

    -What physical problem does he have to overcome?
    Although he has some pretty good speed once he's in full stride, he tends to get slow starts off the line. He also needs to add more strength as he is taken down easily at times for a person of his size. Shouldn't be a problem once dillman gets a hold of 'em.

    -Why did UF target him?
    He's a highly touted Wr prospect from the home state. He had a terrific junior year. The staff obviously saw the need for bigger receivers. They Also needed to re-assert themselves in the Jacksonville area.

    -What kind of carrer do you think they will have?
    He has the chance to come and contribute early because of his size and the lack of production from the current receivers. All-Sec his junior year, and potential All-American his senior year.

    What year, if any, will they become a starter?
    He sees the field as a freshman, and starts as a sophomore.