The last thing former coach Urban Meyer did before bolting for his couch at home was leave the Florida Gators with yet another solid recruiting class.
The Gators are, however, in a transition state. It's not only with the new coaching staff either. They have been stable at the quarterback position dating back to national champion Chris Leak, but that is no longer the case.
John Brantley was very underwhelming taking over for Tim Tebow last year, garnering a lowly 116.4 QB rating and a 9:10 TD-to-INT ratio.
This leads to me naming Rivals 4-stars Jeff Driskel and Jacoby Brissett as dual-best recruits for the Gators.
Driskel is the top-rated pro-style quarterback of the 2011 recruiting class, while Brissett is the third-rated dual-threat quarterback.
Along with Trey Burton, the quarterback situation at Florida is going to be very exciting and very tumultuous with these two stud recruits.