A lot has been said since Meyer's hiring about OSU having a lack of playmakers, and how OSU needs to recruit so many and there are none on the current roster. I'm going off the top of my head, but if I recall, the most playmakers one Florida team had on offense was 5 with Tebow, Demps, Rainey, Harvin, and Hernandez. The current OSU roster has Braxton, Hyde, Philly, Smith, Hall, and will be adding Marshall and Elliott, not to mention many other talented guys who I haven't even mentioned (like spencer, Rod, and fields, oh had to mention them).
Now I'm not going to compare players cause many of the guys at UF were home run threats and many of the OSU guys may not be, and if that is lack of playmakers then I guess I can agree. But to me a playmaker is a guy who makes a big play when needed, no matter if it is picking up a tough 3rd and 2, or taking a punt return to the house
I guess what I'm getting at is that, in 2013 at least, OSU has plenty of playmakers. Going forward into 14 and beyond, it's hard to determine, but do people think this gets a little, or a lot overblown considering 2012 OSU scored 37+ points a game?
And to make it clear, I'm talking about 2013, not really beyond next year