After backing up 2007 Heisman winner Tim Tebow for three years, Florida quarterback John Brantley is the obvious choice to start in 2010. But coach Urban Meyer doesn't want to abandon the single wing, short-yardage running plays for which Tebow was so well-suited. Because Brantley is a traditional, drop-back quarterback, Meyer plans to use either freshman Trey Burton or Jordan Reed (currently a tight end) in certain short-yardage situations, much as he used Tebow when he was a freshman backup to Chris Leak. "On third-and-three we know what we want to do, and John probably is not going to do it," Meyer says. In a nod to Tebow's bruising style, coaches did not restrict the 6'3", 203-pound Burton (below) from contact during spring practices. Says Burton, "I wouldn't have it any other way."