I think this article (Five things we learned from spring practice | GatorCountry.com) is very insightful and falls very much in line with what I suspected about the Gators given our current personnel. 1. The quarterback transition might not be as smooth as anticipated - I never thought it was going to be smooth and I think there are real concerns here from the coaching staff about Emory's ability to run this team. We definitely aren't hearing things from Mullen suggesting Emory is firmly entrenched as the starter. I think this is going to continue to be a battle between Richardson and Emory throughout the season which I really don't see as a good thing. 2. The wide receivers will be fine. - I agree with this and think we will be fine here. We may not have a Toney but hopefully Copeland will emerge to be a complete receiver and maybe hit that elusive 1,000 yard mark. Also, Shorter should provide us with a good possession receiver if he hits the Juggs machine in the offseason. 3. The offensive line on the other hand … This is where the real concern begins. The recruiting here has been subpar as we know and I think the performance on the field will continue to reflect that. A sack-fest in the scrimmage does not give me the warm and fuzzies. I believe Gouraige and Braun were 4 star recruits. All others were 3 star or below. We will likely lose at least 2 games due to issues here. 4. This defensive line could be elite. - Seems as if we finally have some beef up-front again. The transfers were critical and can really provide much needed depth. If Gervon can make the big sophomore jump, we could really be strong at tackle. End I am a little more concerned with. Zach Carter can be an above-average defensive end but beyond him, we don't really have any game-changing talent. Cox only had 3 sacks last year and unless he makes a big jump, that's a problem. Hopefully, someone will emerge from the logjam here. While having quite a few bodies, I'm not convinced there is an all-SEC caliber player anywhere in there. 5. They’re going to be much more aggressive in the secondary.- Boy do we all hope this is true (except for throwing shoes). I think losing Marco will make the secondary instantly better. No matter how much you want to defend him, he just didn't play well last year. If Marshall can provide some depth, we should be a lot better here. The recruiting has been relatively good here and it's now time that shows up on the field. Agree or disagree? Happy to hear all views!