The Florida Gators had an excellent season in 2012, even if it ended in some disappointment. Now, the program must turn that success into several top-notch recruiting classes, starting this year.
The Gators finished the season 11-2, and entered the Sugar Bowl as the No. 3 team in the nation. A disappointing loss to Louisville somewhat sullied a very successful campaign, but Florida went from a team that started the year ranked No. 23 to a serious contender for the National Championship.
Florida looked to have built a very strong recruiting class heading into National Signing Day, but a lot can change on the biggest day of the college football offseason. Let's take a closer look at how Florida's class rounded out.
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