The 2011 edition of the Florida Gators faced many changes from the previous season.
A new head coach and a new offensive coordinator, along with an entirely new scheme.
Charlie Weis left the NFL and the Kansas City Chiefs for Gainesville and the opportunity to spend more time with his son, who is a graduate assistant at Florida. (Take notes Urban Meyer.) With Weis came a pro style offense and a whole lot of fan fare.
Looking back now, we all should have seen that Florida did not have the type of players to run a true pro style system, as the players on campus had been recruited to run a spread option.
Florida lacked a consistent power runner to carry the rock in between the tackles, the linemen were undersized and couldn't provide solid pass protection and the Gators just didn't have a big target at receiver for Brantley or the frosh quarterbacks to lean on.
With only a bowl game left, here are your top five performers on the offensive side of the ball for 2011.