Tim Tebow puts us in the best position of any team in the country at quarterback, considering the offense we run. He's a senior, the NCAA's best leader, and will be able to put the team on his back even if they're struggling. Then, we have Chris Rainey, Jeff Demps, Brandon James. All are perfect fits for the offense.
I'm somewhat concerned about a pretty inexperienced WR corps... Deonte Thompson should explode, but Carl Moore and/or Riley Cooper will need to fill Lou Murphy's shoes. Debose and Thompson combined should be able to replace Percy's production, though they aren't Percy Harvin.
The offensive line will have, I believe, 3 first-year starters. Carl Johnson, Matt Patchan, and one of the guards. The Pouncey twins will need to anchor things, but it's a line full of 5 star recruits, so if they can even come close to their potential, there shouldn't be a problem.
The defensive front is the weakest part of the defense, and that's saying something considering it's anchored by potential first rounders Carlos Dunlap and Jermaine Cunningham. The variable will be the interior linemen, where it seems like Omar Hunter will need to step up, but don't count out seeing Torrey Davis back on the team.
Linebackers... Brandon Spikes anchors things, and the outside linebackers are all on the same level more or less and will be rotated in and out to keep them fresh.
The defensive backfield is the second strongest part of the team... Joe Haden and Janoris Jenkins are both probably going to be first round picks when they come out, and for good reason. They'll both be locking down receivers on the outside, leaving Major Wright free to roam and knock people the **** out, while Ahmad Black can play centerfield like last season.