We've clearly seen development this year on the part of the team...except Fred Johnson and C'yontai Lewis (they can prove me wrong, we are only half way there). Partially inspired by Mullen discussing Moral Stephens in the press conference today. So I've got a question, what offensive player do you think was ruined by the lack of development and/or offensive philosophy the most? I'm going to ignore players who transferred elsewhere and lit it up (like Brissett and even Driskel) and ignore players who were already established like Demps/Rainey. Also, no players Mullen has this year as they can e somewhat salvaged like Stephens. My nominees currently are: Matt Jones- Flashed plenty of potential, especially in the '12 FSU game at the end. However, I can't say he ever got any better. He was good, but imagine him in a competent scheme with actual development. Kelvin Taylor- This guy possibly could have lived up to the 5 star hype under any other coaching staff. Demarcus Robinson- Guy had a good career, but again, could have been great with any sort of scheme. Plus, was there a position group more cursed as far as their position coach over the past decade? What did we have, 7, 8 WR coaches after Billy G. and before Billy G.'s return? Ahmad Fulwood- ok, I wanted one more and didn't want to go to Debose because he had some Meyer highlights...in the beginning of the dark times. Anyways, Fulwood came in a 4 star guy, had the size and at times we saw flashes. If he had a consistent coach and scheme, maybe he wouldn't have been what we could call a bust. Honorable Mention- Quinton Dunbar. Seriously, this dude was talented enough to change not only position, but side of the ball in the NFL and have a career. We couldn't do anything with him at UF...come on, man! Who was the person most let down by the horrid former staffs? One of these? Someone else? Lets discuss.