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Florida WR Andre Debose
Andre Debose came to Florida as the "next Percy Harvin."
The former 5-star recruit from the class of 2009 carried that tag due to his elusiveness and track-star speed.
While the rising junior has shown flashes of brilliance, injuries and system changes have hampered his progress as a wide receiver. Following his first two seasons in Gainesville, Debose has 26 catches for 528 yards and four touchdowns.
While he hasn't had the start to his career that many Gator fans hoped, he is an accomplished special teams performer, returning 40 kicks for 1,082 yards and three touchdowns during his first two seasons.
That may not matter now, since the new kickoff rules will take away many return opportunities that Debose took advantage of in the past.
Debose should thrive in new offensive coordinator Brent Pease's system. With two seasons of eligibility left, there's still plenty of time for him to live up to the hype.