The retired numbers were #11 (Spurrier of course) and #55 (Two time All-SEC linebacker Scott Brantley whose career appeared it might be over after a bad concussion in a game at Florida Field but then went on to a multi-year successful NFL career). Probably some other players belonged on the retired number list if were were going to retire numbers -- Jack Youngblood, Wilbur Marshall, Wes Chandler to name a few in addition to those you mention. There would be some old old timers in the leather helmet days that probably would have been justified in addition to players like Danny W., Tebow, and Percy). Personally, I like the Ring of Honor better than retiring numbers. It is a good replacement and leaves open numbers which are important to some recruits. And you can only retire so many numbers, but Ring of Honor inductees are limited only by the definition we apply to who gets selected. I tend to think the Ring of Honor should be opened up to more players. They did put Marshall, Youngblood, and Emmitt in there.