Calico has the best upside of these 3 guys if you consider where you can draft them and how much they will produce. All 3 fall into really late round picks or not picked at all.
Calico will take over the role of McCareins, and who knows, maybe even push Bennett for the No. 2. McCareins caught 7 TD's and like 800 yards or something.
While Grossman's line got better, this still doesn't seem like a very good offense. I've often wondered if he was a product of the system more so than a good QB. How many Florida QB's tore it up in college and completely folded in the NFL. Darn near all of them that I can remember. QB's coming from a system like that you have to wonder about when all they really need is the accuracy and coach pretty much told them what they had to do pre-snap. Grossman struggled when Spurrier left and Zook took over. Call it what you want, adjusting to coach or change in the system. I say beware of Florida QBs groomed under Spurrier.
Fargas is third here simply because there's so much garbage at RB to filter through...Wheatley, Crockett, Hambrick, Zereoue. I know the "injury risk" is beat to death on here but this guy is a legitimate injury risk. He's got a history of getting injured that he hasn't overcome, was even badly injured last year. I just think there are better "chances" you could take on sleeper backs than Fargas, Tatum Bell perhaps.