We are going with three choices for wide receiver, since we are assuming a single-back formation for our All-Decade offense (five linemen, tight end, quarterback, running back, three wides). You will also notice that we included Percy Harvin, who will also be listed as a running back, but you can vote for him in both. Vote for your three top Gator wide receivers of this decade and check back tomorrow for All-Decade running back and quarterback.
Jabar Gaffney (2000-2001): 2000-01 First Team AP, Coaches All-SEC. 2001 First Team AP, Coaches, Walter Camp, Football Writers All-American. Despite playing only two seasons, Gaffney is second on UF's career yards list. 138 catches, 2375 yards, 27 touchdowns.
Taylor Jacobs (1999-2002): 2002 First Team AP, Coaches All-SEC. His 71 catches in 2002 are third in UF history. 133 catches, 2097 yards (2180 total yards), 16 touchdowns (17 total).
Chad Jackson (2003-2005): 2005 First Team AP All-SEC. Jackson holds the UF record with most catches in a season with 88. 120 catches, 1586 yards (1897 total yards), 16 touchdowns (18 total).
Dallas Baker (2003-06): 2006 First Team Coaches All-SEC. Led the Gators in receiving during the 2006 season, including 10 touchdowns. 151 catches, 2236 yards, 21 touchdowns.
Andre ‘Bubba' Caldwell (2003-07): Florida's all-time leader in receptions. 185 catches, 2349 yards (3429 total yards), 16 touchdowns (21 total).
Percy Harvin (2006-2008): 2006 Football Writers Freshman All-American. 2007 First Team AP All-SEC. 2008 Second Team AP, Coaches, Walter Camp All-American. 2008 First Team AP (as All Purpose), Coaches (as WR) All- SEC. 133 catches, 1929 yards (3781 total yards), 13 touchdowns (32 total).
Riley Cooper (2006-2009): 2009 Second Team AP All-SEC. Cooper choose to play a senior season after turning down a multi-million dollar baseball contract. 74 catches, 1315 yards (1329 yards), 17 touchdowns.