Jeff Driskel and Mike Gillislee have dominated the headlines for their hot starts, but there is a solid group of under-the-radar players who have keyed Florida's 4-0 start.
Among the bigger names (and bigger bodies) is defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd.
The former top high school recruit doesn't post huge statistics, but his explosive first step allows him to create penetration in the backfield, setting up teammates to make plays.
One of those ferocious tacklers is third-year linebacker Michael Taylor.
With Jelani Jenkins sidelined, Taylor has seen an increase in playing time and has responded with some highlight-reel plays.
Offensively, the Gators have gotten solid contributions up front and from an unheralded receiver.
Let's take a look at the five unsung heroes who've sparked the Gators' fast start.