One of the things Urban Meyer was known for during his time at Florida was his recruiting abilities. He consistently put together top-tier classes that made the Gators a competitive force at the end of the previous decade.
When Will Muschamp took over the team, however, some questioned whether he would be able to attract the premier recruits in the country. Even now, he is only a two-year head coach and has yet to prove he can win the big game (just look at the Sugar Bowl).
Florida's 2013 class, however, is proof that Muschamp and his staff comprise one of the best recruiting squads in the country.
The Gators' new talent crop is loaded with potential superstars. With 27 commits so far, most of them being 4-star or better (via ESPN), it looks as though they will be a top-10-caliber team for years to come.
Here is a complete breakdown of Florida's current class at every applicable position.