Originally Posted by GATORAZ
The defense is not really going to change. On O they want a really big Oline thats why you see the staff saying no to guys like Crowder. RB's they want a stable of guys that can run between the tackles and like 1 speed back that's elite.
Basically the staff wants to run the ball well then play action deep to tall WR's. Just watch a Alabama game they run with Lacy & Yeldon then throw down the field to Cooper (a Florida kid). It seems as though they want a QB that is a threat to run but not your typical "dual threat" guy ie Denard Robinson.
Would Driskel be considered a typical dual threat? Because I like the way he plays. Although he's not an average athlete by any means. I'm not really a fan of the Tyler Bray or AJ McCarron-type quarterbacks. I like at least some running ability.