I just happened to look at next year's top crop of athletes and c0uldn't help but wonder what kind of situation Florida would be in if they had landed even a quarter of the athletes they've missed out on on this list. Check it out: http://cfn.scout.com/2/1402223.html The projected #1 pick (according to one man's opinion) in next year's draft, DT Leonard Williams, turned out to be a huge loss. Other potential first-round picks DT Chris Jones (Miss St.), Robert Nkemdiche and Laremy Tunsil all said no to the Gators. For those who know nothing about Tunsil, the kid grew up a Gator. Yet he never really took Florida seriously at all in the recruiting process. He signed with Ole Miss. I guess an ignoramus would explain that away by saying that he's on the Ole Miss "payroll", but that's just another form of denial. Derrick Henry is on the back-end of that list, and the people on this board who know football know he's a potential first-round pick. He also grew up a Gator, and grew up in Yulee. Never even considered Florida in the process. Nelson Agholor and Joey Bosa were instate prospects who decided to play football thousands of miles away from Gainesville. Amari Cooper also went out of state. Somebody is going to shake their finger and holler that, "You can't get 'em all." They'll be quick to point out that Florida stole Dante Fowler from FSU, and they'll bark about the class we brought in two years ago, that's going to make up for all those misses-not to mention the ones this past February. But there was a time not too long ago when it was about who Florida had; not who it missed out on.