I’ve been critical of Mullen’s recruiting, but at QB, the most important position on the team, he is stacking up guys who have the potential to deliver championships. EJ - has shown he can run. He has a quick release and strong arm. He stepped in last year for a series against Auburn When Trask suffered a knee injury and did well. He’s now another year Into his apprenticeship, so one more year of experience with the offense. Not as big as Trask or AR, but probably big enough to be successful. AR15. Certainly passes the eye test. He’s bigger than Tebow and we know how that went. Cam Newton type athlete. By all accounts he has the raw talent to do everything required of a QB. Just needs to learn the offense and get some reps. I’m thinking CDM is bringing him along at the right pace. Del Rio. Another guy with all the tools who’s rapidly climbing in the national HS picture. True dual threat. Kitna. Another one who’s rapidly climbing in the national picture, who’s more like Trask than the others. CDM has proven he can build around a pocket passer, so one would think that if/when Kitna’s turn arrives, the offense will still be very potent with someone like him at the helm who’s a willing runner but not a true DT. Jaccuri Brown - potential 2022 kid, not yet committed. Being recruited by Brian Johnson. 6-4 205 as a HS jr. 4* number 7 DT QB. Passes the eye test, but obviously is still pretty raw. Just for fun, let’s assume he becomes a gator. That would mean Mullen has guys who can run a potentially championship caliber offense put til 2025/2026 queued up. As for the rest of the offense, It looks like we’ve turned the corner on the OL, and that 2019 was the low water point there. We’ll always attract WRs with Mullen’s style of offense as long as they’re clear that the ball Gets spread around a lot. Mullen now has a good track record of WRs Going to the league. Our RB room all of a sudden looks much improved. bottom line is that I’m honestly not as concerned about overall star rankings is Mullen and crew are landing the guys they target to run their offense. I also think CDM Has learned that he doesn’t need a DT QB to win. He was forced to adapt and evolve with Trask, which opens up the future to a wider range of QB skill sets. That makes the likelihood of success better since he can make it work with different guys. the one thing that has come through loud and clear is that whoever we put under center in the future has to intimately understand the offense (apprenticeship) and Mentally process things quickly. As far as I know, there are no recruiting stars for mental processing speed, so if Mullen and crew are high on a kid, there’s probably a reason. next few years should be awesome To watch.