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John Brantley is ranked outside of the top 10 quarterbacks in the draft largely due to the offensive struggles of the Florida Gators. Brantley finally got going early in 2011 but was injured against Alabama in the team's fifth game of the year.
Although Brantley's statistics have not looked the best of all the quarterbacks in the draft, he has often found himself without a reliable receiver to go to. In fact, running back Chris Rainey was his most popular target in 2011.
The lack of offensive weapons along with the fact that Brantley was thrown into an offensive system that he is not built for were the main reasons why he performed poorly.
With the opportunity to develop in a system that suits his strengths, Brantley could very well develop into one of the more accurate players in the league. If he can improve his accuracy on his deep ball and speed up his decision-making, Brantley might very well find himself as a starter in the NFL down the road.