Florida junior WR Demarcus Robinson's "talent just jumped off the tape at me and it is easy to understand why the junior receiver improved from five catches his freshman year to 53 last season," writes NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein.
Former Georgia Tech graduate LB Anthony Harrell transferred to Florida.
Florida junior CB Vernon Hargreaves III is "not huge, but he's the total package otherwise, a quick, instinctive cornerback who plays well in run support and is a lockdown cover man," observes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
Former North Carolina State freshman C T.J. McCoy transferred to Florida.
Scouts Inc.'s Todd McShay called Florida senior LB Antonio Morrison's style "fearless and relentless."
Florida senior ILB Antonio Morrison has "excellent closing speed and instincts," notes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter writes that if Florida junior DL Jonathan Bullard takes another step forward this season he will be "quite attractive to base 3-4 teams looking for size and agility in their five-techniques."
Florida redshirt sophomore OL Rod Johnson has retired from football due to a spinal condition.
Florida redshirt senior TE Jake McGee "is a good receiver who figures to play an important role in new coach Jim McElwain's offense," notes NFL Media.
Fordham graduate T Mason Halter will transfer to Florida.
Florida HC Jim McElwain was hired "to turn Florida’s sputtering offense back into the well-oiled machine it used to be under Meyer and Steve Spurrier," notes the Sport Quotient.
Florida junior CB Vernon Hargreaves III was named to the Phil Steele's preseason All-America first team.
The SEC has raised the first offense fine for a school rushing the field, moving it from $5,000 to $50,000, according to Brett McMurphy.
Florida sophomore RB Kelvin Taylor has "the talent to be a solid go-to back in this league," according to Edward Aschoff of ESPN.
Florida true freshman T Martez Ivey could replace D.J. Humphries in the starting lineup in 2015, but if he doesn't, he'll start elsewhere, believes NFL Media.