Gainesville, FL---The Florida Gators are just about through their first week of fall practice. As practice progresses, Will Muschamp certainly looking for improvement at every spot, more so on offense.
Simply put, one position Florida must get better at, the receiving corps. Coach Muschamp believes it will be, in a big way.
"Quinton Dunbar, I have been well documented as saying I think he's one of the most improved players in our program over the years. Andre Debose, missed his playmaking ability last year. The guy's the leading kick returner in U.F. history. But I guy I think offensively will probably fit him a little better. We'll play him on the outside, but also use him in the slot, utilize him with some of the speed sweeps and things. Latroy Pittman has continued to improve. Three freshman that played for us last year. DeMarcus Robinson has really matured, I think he had a very good spring."
No doubt that group needs to play at a high level, to help what could be a good rushing attack led by Kelvin Taylor.
The Gators open at home against Idaho in just over three weeks.