I said after the 2012 class was signed that it was a failure and Muschamp was in for a rough ride. Sure it was a top 5 class, but we signed far too few guys on the offensive side of the ball. We hear all the time that there are too many of Urban's "spread guys" in our new pro system. So after 3 recruiting classes, I decided to analyze just how much success Muschamp's guys have had compared to Urban's boys. QB: URBAN: Driskel committed to Urban, and stuck through the coaching change. He won the job over the guy Muschamp and Weis brought in. Muschamp: Signed Brissett and 2 other guys that will never be SEC caliber. Brissett is now at NCState. RB URBAN: Mack Brown is our leading rusher, and apparently our most steady back. Valdez Showers, a former safety, is also a significant piece in our offense. Muschamp: Matt Jones was the only recruit in his first 2 classes that's still on roster. Apparently he is the "starter", but struggled in his only start. Taylor is sitting behind 3 RB's, one of whom is a former safety. Lane is redshirting. WR: URBAN: Tre Burton, Solomon Patton, and Quinton Dunbar are pretty much the only WRs that even see passes thrown their way. They're not world beaters, but they're our the only ones at this position producing. Muschamp: The WRs Muschamp signed in the last 3 recruiting classes have combined for 1 catch for 5 yards this year. (Last year, 4 catches for 11 yards) Raphael Andrades and Latroy Pittman are the only 2 signees from his first 2 classes still on roster. TE: URBAN: Currently none on roster. MUSCHAMP: signed 4 over 3 recruiting classes, the best of which is Clay Burton. 2 of those 4 are converted defensive ends (Burton and Westbrook, who are 1 and 2 on our depth chart) This group combined for 5 catches, 18 yards this year and last. OL: URBAN: His signees make up half our depth chart. MUSCHAMP: Signed 3 OLs in his first 2 classes that are still on roster. As a result added 2 transfers. Our offensive line was dominated by Miami. My point in all of this is, that Urban did not leave the cupboard bare for Will. Will should send Urban a thank you card for leaving him a set of offensive players that makes up the vast majority of what little productivity we have 3 years later. If Muschamp is building an offense, then where are the pieces he's supposed to be bringing in? Where are HIS playmakers at receiver? or tight end? Even his running back signees have yet to make an impact. I said after the 2012 class was signed that Muschamp did not care about our offense when it came to recruiting. Recruiting defensive players is his first and only priority, and offensive players are merely an afterthought (notice the trend of undersigning on offense). That's why so many players are moving from defense to offense. Ajagbe, Clay Burton, Westbrook, and Quinteze Williams to name a few. Clearly his philosophy is "make sure the defense is stacked, and then send the offense the leftovers". It's not that our offense is too vanilla or that our playcalling is bad. It's negligent recruiting on Will's part that has led to a lack of numbers and being forced to play guys out of position. Our offense is never going to improve under Muschamp. This is what it's gonna be. And the scary thing is, it might even be worse once Urban's guys are gone and the Muschamp offensive signees (or lack thereof) are thrust into starting roles.