Florida Football: Xzaiver Henderson
This is kind of a make-or-break year for Henderson. He had his most productive year in Gainesville last season, hauling 38 catches for 410 yards and two touchdowns. Still, we have yet to see the play-making ability with consistency that many fans were hoping for when he signed with Florida.
Part of what has allowed Henderson to stay on the field is that he was the only guy Florida had a receiver with any legit speed that defenses had to account for.
The trio of highly touted freshmen, Andy Jean, Aiden Mizell, and Eugene Wilson, will be chomping at the bit to see the field themselves. While there isn’t much experience in the wide receiver group other than Ricky Pearsall, if Ja’Quavion Fraziars, Caleb Douglass, or Thai Chiaokhiao-Bowman emerge, there is a potential narrative that Henderson finds himself on the sideline a bit more than he wants to be.