News:Quinton Dunbar led all receivers with five grabs for 77 yards against Louisville in the Sugar Bowl on Wednesday.
Analysis: Both totals were season-highs for the sophomore, who finishes the year as the second-leading receiver for Florida behind Jordan Reed.
News:Quinton Dunbar caught four passes for 25 yards and a touchdown at Florida State on Saturday.
Analysis: It was the fourth touchdown of the season for Quinton Dunbar, and second in his last three games for the Gators.
News:Quinton Dunbar caught four passes for 25 yards and a touchdown against ULL on Saturday.
Analysis:Quinton Dunbar's three-yard touchdown reception tied the game at 20. It was his third TD of the year.
News:Quinton Dunbar caught two passes for 29 yards and a touchdown against South Carolina on Saturday.
Analysis: It was the second touchdown of the season for the sophomore wideout, who has 15 catches for 174 yards in 2012.
News:Quinton Dunbar snared three passes for 32 yards against Bowling Green on Saturday.
Analysis: With the inconsistency at the QB slot for Florida, it could be tough to rely on Quinton Dunbar on a week-to-week basis.
News:Quinton Dunbar is battling Frankie Hammond, Andre Debose and true freshman Latroy Pittman for a starting spot at wideout for the Gators, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis:Quinton Dunbar caught 14 passes for 216 yards and two touchdowns in 2011.
News: In what can only be deemed a dark day for the Florida offense, the one redeeming light was that of receiver Quinton Dunbar who had 40 yards receiving and a touchdown against Florida State.
Analysis: Dunbar is one of the team's most talented vertical threats so it will be interesting to see what he can do with improved quarterback play.
News: With John Brantley back in the lineup, Florida could not put away Georgia. Brantley finished with 245 yards passing and a touchdown in the close loss.
Analysis: The return of Brantley should have meant bigger production from guys like Chris Rainey and Quinton Dunbar but it just didn't pan out that way in this rivalry.
News: Florida offensive coordinator Charlie Weis says that after a productive week of practice, that the arrow is pointing up for John Brantley with regards to his healthy and ability to start against Georgia.
Analysis: If Brantley can go against the Bulldogs, this will be an interesting matchup. With him on the field, the fantasy stock for Quinton Dunbar and Chris Rainey goes way up.
News: Florida wide receiver Quinton Dunbar is arguably the team's top deep threat but says that he is still waiting on the chance to burn some defensive backs. "We just haven’t really called any plays to go vertical" said Dunbar.
Analysis: Until quarterback John Brantley is comfortable in the offense, don't expect too many fireworks from Dunbar or the rest of the receiving corps.
News: The Florida offense looked pretty good last week against Florida Atlantic and will get another tune up game against UAB in Week 2.
Analysis: Look for quarterback John Brantley to have nice numbers as well as Quinton Dunbar and Jordan Reed. On the ground, Chris Rainey and Jeff Demps should be productive. The wildcard to keep an eye on is Trey Burton.
News: Florida standout wide receivers Quinton Dunbar and Deonte Thompson will get the starting nod against Florida Atlantic.
Analysis: Thompson should be the a nice one-week starter as you know he and John Brantley are looking to try out the new offense on the lowly Owls.
News: Florida wide receiver Deonte Thompson admits that he expected more from his college career in terms of statistical production and therefore says, "This is the last go-round. Gotta make it happen."
Analysis: Thompson should team up with Quinton Dunbar to provide some vertical threats for the strong-armed John Brantley.
News: As Quinton Dunbar has started to establish himself as a deep threat for the Gators, quarterback John Brantley has been working with him after practice to help build rapport.
Analysis: Brantley has a strong arm and if Dunbar is all that they coaches say he is, the Gators could have a nice vertical passing game this season.
News: Florida wide receiver Frankie Hammond has really caught the eye of head coach Will Muschamp having received praise like, "Frankie consistently has been our best receiver as far as catching the ball, finishing plays, blocking."
Analysis: While Quinton Dunbar and Deonte Thompson are the big-play threats, Hammond will be the garbage guy for the Gators.
News: Florida head coach Will Muschamp says that Quinton Dunbar and Deonte Thompson have been "our most vertical threats down the field" and characterized them as "big-play receivers."
Analysis: It is no secret that offensive coordinator Charlie Weis likes the long ball so these two could develop into solid fantasy contributors before too long.
News: Gatorsports.com highlighted the six Florida players who are poised for a breakout in 2011. On the offensive side of the ball it was receivers Robert Clark and Quinton Dunbar, fullback Trey Burton, and center Jonotthan Harris. Dunbar shined this spring and should make an impact right away while Burton has a nose for the endzone and will need to have the ball in his hands.
Analysis: Dunbar could be the most consistent deep threat for the Gators as long as John Brantley takes some steps as a passer. Clark could also factor in as a speedy possession receiver.