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2007 Recruits: QBs

John Brantley
Ocala, FL (Trinity Catholic)
6-3, 195
Scout Ranking: 4* Rivals Ranking: 5*


Threw for 2,766 yards and 41 touchdowns in his final prep season...Established a Trinity Catholic career passing record with 6,802 yards...Was an all-state selection in Class 2B...A five-star passer who was named the Most Valuable Player of the Elite 11 Quarterback Camp

Cameron Newton
Atlanta, GA (Westlake)
6-5, 225
Scout Ranking: 4* Rivals Ranking: 4*


One of nine quarterbacks in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Super Southern 100...As a junior, Newton completed 62.4 percent of his passes for 2,500 yards and 23 touchdowns...Threw just nine interceptions and rushed for 638 yards and nine TDs...Chose Florida over Georgia, Maryland, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Oklahoma and Virginia Tech

Bryan Waggener
Glendora, CA (Citrus) (JUCO)
6-4, 226
Scout Ranking: 4* Rivals Ranking: 3*


Played for Citrus College in Glendora, Calif., where he threw for 1,558 yards on 140-for-243 passing (57.6 percent) and 10 touchdowns with 12 interceptions as sophomore...Named second-team All-Western State Conference following that season after helping the Citrus College Fighting Owls to their fourth-straight WSC Southern Division Championship


The Gators got one heck of a quarterback class for the 2007 season, all of which are highly rated and ready to compete for playing time on next year's team.  They, of course, will be behind Tim Tebow on the depth chart, but have seen Urban Meyer use the two quarterback system quite a bit in 2006.  Really, any of these guys could get a shot based on how they perform in practice.