The quarterback position at the University of Florida has been a revolving door the past few seasons. Six players have started since the 2010 season, and have struggled.
Since the transfer of Jeff Driskel, there are two main candidates up for the position coming into this season, Treon Harris and Will Grier. Sophomore Harris started the final six games of the 2014 season and had a record of 4-2, including the upset against Georgia. Grier enrolled at Florida in the spring of 2014 and people were excited about his arrival.
Florida fans were hoping that he was going to be the answer that was needed at the quarterback position. However Gator fans were forced to wait, when Grier redshirted his first season. It seems though that this is what the North Carolina native needed to bulk up some.
When Grier enrolled in January of 2014 he was at 6-foot-3 and 172 pounds. Now as Grier is heading into camp he is reportedly up to 215 pounds.
As fall camps are starting up we will see who proves themselves at the Florida and gets the starting quarterback job come Sep. 5 when the Gators take on New Mexico State in the Swamp.
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