Steve Spurrier made Florida a passing school and the tradition continued this decade. Here are Florida's three quarterbacks and your chance to pick who is the All-Decade QB. Be sure to also cast your votes for tackles, guards, center, tight end, wide receivers and running back. Starting tomorrow, we will have the defense and special teams.
Rex Grossman (2000-2002): 2001 First Team AP, Walter Camp All-American. 2001 Heisman runner-up. 2001 AP National Player of The Year. 2001 First Team AP, Coaches All-SEC. 677 completions out of 1110 attempts (61.1% completion), 9164 yards, 77 touchdowns (83 total), 36 interceptions.
Chris Leak (2003-2006): 2003 Freshman All-American. 2007 BCS Championship Game Offensive MVP. 895 completions out of 1458 attempts (61.4% completion), 11213 yards, 88 touchdowns (103 total), 42 interceptions.
Tim Tebow (2006-2009): 2007 Heisman winner, 2008 and 2009 Heisman finalist. 2007 First Team AP, Football Writers, Walter Camp, ESPN, CBS, Sports Illustrated, Sporting News All-American. 2007 and 2008 winner of the Maxwell Award (Best Player) and the Sullivan Award (Best Amateur Athlete). 2007 Davey O'Brien Award (Best Quarterback). 2008 AP Offensive Player of The Year and Manning Award (Best Quarterback). 2009 BCS Championship Game Offensive MVP. 630 completions out of 960 attempts (65.6% completion), 8803 yards (11699 total yards), 85 touchdowns (141 total), 16 interceptions.