Scout Premium Content

Pass the Ammunition

Nick Montana

Truisms in college football recruiting are as rare as the truth itself, but one that qualifies as tired and true is the time-honored pursuit of big-time quarterbacks — you are always looking for your next three-year starter.

Between college juniors being NFL eligible and true freshman enrolling early that three-year window is often compressed, which is why more and more freshmen are starting four seasons right out of high school. The timing of these processes can be difficult to sync, but Florida's transition from Chris Leak to Tim Tebow and the two national titles it yielded in three years stand as the ideal example...

InsideTennessee.com Recommended Stories


Up Next


Tweets