Five-star WR Sammy Watkins of Fort Myers, Florida, recently zoomed up Scout's prospect board all the way to the No. 3 spot for receivers.
Scout praised the two-way athlete's complete game, calling him a long-distance receiver that can also do damage in the short stuff.
Florida landed Sammy's brother, Jaylen, a cornerback, in the most recent class, and he's been considered a lock for the Gators ever since.
Does the Gators' offense suit him? We can't say for sure without picking up whatever Florida will throw down this fall.
But I can say that when Tebow wasn't getting sacked or giving up after two reads and taking off, Florida's passing game actually looked like something Watkins could make interesting.
Urban Meyer's combination of short routes in open space and go-routes downfield suits a player of Watkins varied talents. There isn't just a set speed receiver and possession receiver; players are counted on to do many things and keep the offense guessing.
If Brantley can come close or surpass Tebow's commendable accuracy and completion percentage, Watkins is the kind of player Gator fans will realize they've been missing on the outside.
Not to mention Watkins is also a receiver who could do damage if he got involved in the running/reverse/option game.
If it's going to happen anyway, sometimes it's best just to make peace with it.
Where he should go: Florida
Where he will go: Florida