Wildpat and Tebow, Building a Scary Empire

peter weberContributor IMay 23, 2009

MIAMI - JANUARY 08:  Tim Tebow #15 of the Florida Gators looks to pass the ball during the FedEx BCS National Championship Game against the Oklahoma Sooners at Dolphin Stadium on January 8, 2009 in Miami, Florida.  (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)

With the recent revelation by espn.com that Urban Meyer is changing up Tebow's throwing motion, I had a sudden thought.  What if, Tebow can throw well over the top, but a bad statistical year pushes him out of the top 10?  I have Miami going about 8-8 to 10-6, putting them about 13-20 in the draft, and Tebow could thrive in a revamped Wildcat offense. 

Say that Henne takes over the offense next year (2010) and to better take defenses off guard, White takes a modestly polite roll in the offense as slot-WR/RB.  With a more athletic QB at Henne, and a dual threat at Wildcat QB in White or Brown, throw in scary speed at Ginn, then suppose you have a capable blocker based on his size and athleticism, also a successful running QB at TE, in Tebow? 

Draft Tebow, make a new offense, therefore a new defense to stop it might be required.  Imagine all the possibilities.

Do me a favor, make it four years in a row were the Fins draft a QB in second round;
2010; Tebow
2009; White
2008; Henne
2007; Beck

there's a picture of what it could look like