ORLANDO, Fla. — Florida’s season on offense was a tale of two halves.
The Gators scored 28 points or more in four of their first five games, but only did so once in their last eight.
Under Armour All-American Brett Heggie, a UF commit, attributed those struggles to the change at quarterback.
“First half with (Will) Grier, I thought they rolled pretty well,” Heggie said. “I thought the strategy was maybe a little off with Treon (Harris) stepped because he’s a different player.”
Heggie is confident the offense will improve next season under Florida coach Jim McElwain.
“Coach Mac has picked up some big commitments,” he said. “The junior college running back (Mark Thompson), quarterback Feleipe Franks and we got the kicker (Eddy Pineiro). So we’re definitely making big gains in that area.”
In the video above, Heggie answers the following questions:
- What is UF saying to him about the possibility of playing time?
- What did he think of Florida’s offensive line this year?
- Who does he want to face the most during the Under Armour All-America practices?
- Why made him commit to the Gators over the summer?