Watching the Gators this season..I was posed with one big question..what should be the expectations regarding WR Ju'Juan Story. Quinton Dunbar was to thought to be a down-the-field threat that the Gators had lost in Riley Cooper. Dunbar did not jump off the screen at me. I saw him bodied up by more physical corners in the SEC. Those corners are not going away in this league. Having said that, I feel it is time to turn our attention to the 6'3 205lb. WR Ju'Juan Story. Story will be heading into his second season with the Gators, and will enter this season without any game experience. I look foward to seeing how he looks this Spring. In a pro-style offense, the balance that is Muschamp and Pease's goal can only be acheived through the ability to stretch the field vertically in the Play Action game, which will help weaken the box a little bit. Given his size, and looking at his film from H.S., I feel that he is a much more physical and strong presence than Dunbar was, which should help him to be more effective at defeating press and man-to-man coverage, and help give the Gators a downfield threat that they were lacking last season. If he can provide this, then I believe Coach Pease will be able to return the Gator offense to the top 25 amongst FBS offenses. It is unusual to discuss an offense's success in terms of production from a guy that is so young and yet to see the field, but look for Ju'Juan Story to be the cornerstone to the Gator offense this year.