2006 Florida The 5 stars (Rivals 6.1) Carl Johnson Tim Tebow Percy Harvin Brandon Spikes BOOM MFers. These five stars lead UF to championships. It's hard to imagine even winning the Division without them. Percy and Tebow were basically unstoppable. You could scheme to contain them but the fact is it wouldn't work because your X's werent as good as our Os. No LB or safety could be counted on to tackle reliably. However, losing Percy meant teams could focus on Tebow and stall our offense. Nothing matters more than the 5 stars, IMO. However if you do look at more classes you will see that even they have about a 50%ish failure rate. The High 4 stars (Rivals 6.0 and 5.9) Jarred Fayson (6.0) Chevon Walker (5.9) Jamar Hornsby Justin Williams Jacques Rickerson Jermaine Cunningham Riley Cooper Mon Williams Well, some misses or did not develop types in this batch but still pretty good production. MWilliams and Walker of course were hindered by the offense that hinders the RB's ability to produce. The same can be said for Cooper, JWilliams and Fayson. The Low 4 stars: Dustin Doe Corey Hobbs Terron Sanders Bryan Thomas Trent Pupello Jim Barrie Brandon Antwine Marcus Gilbert A.J. Jones Doe and Jones were big contributors. Gilbert too. A lot less results from this group. And certainly not the leaders of the team that brought us championships. The Three Stars (Rivals 5.7-5.5) Lawrence Marsh (5.7) Maurice Hurt (5.6) Brandon James (5.5) Markihe Anderson Derrick Robinson Pretty good results from this group. Certainly not stars but functional players. Is there a difference between a 5.8 four star and a 5.7? It's hard to see much of a difference looking at the classes. The 5.6 and 5.5s generally have a much lower success rate. Two Star Garbage Wondy Pierre-Louis Garbage as expected.