His disinterest is probably based on the same reasons North's dad gave. UF doesn't throw the ball enough. These are tall, fast, durable WRs who could thrive as feature receivers on teams that break huddle faster and throw the ball more than half the time. We got some good ones, but until we prove to be committed to a more prolific passing attack, success at WR recruiting will depend on the availability of high caliber regional talent and diamonds in the rough.
I think we'll see some movement in that direction, but Muschamp and Pease seem to enjoy playing keep-away. I expect Driskel to improve a lot in the spring. At the same time, I expect our running game to become more potent. The OL is going to be sick. The depth and versatility at RB could be the most we've seen since the mid 90s, especially with Taylor being around for spring ball. And don't forget who our number one returning rusher is. I can just see one of these guys looking at our playbook; "So you're telling me this play is designed for me to get upfield so I can block for the QB on the read option?"
As much as I love seeing the ball heaved around, even I would have a hard time making a case to throw the ball more. Darrell Royal may be dead, but his philosophy will always resonate.
But then there's Will Grier.