"The receiving corps has been the most consistent," Meyer said. "The combination of Tim Tebow and the receivers is pretty consistent right now."
The same can't be said of the backup quarterback situation. Meyer was ready to make an announcement about week ago, but inconsistent performances prohibited him from doing so. He still hasn't named a backup, which is between true freshmen Cameron Newton and John Brantley. He said on Thursday he'll make that announcement on Saturday.
He has made an announcement regarding the starting punter after naming senior Joey Ijjas as the starting kicker on Wednesday.
"Chas [Henry] is going to be our punter," Meyer said. "He's the best punter."
Henry was a four-star prospect out of Dallas (Ga.) East Paulding and the No. 1-rated punter in the class of 2007.
The rest of the special teams have taken shape. Meyer said that all special team squads are three deep.
"We spent a lot of time on that today, and again tomorrow and on Saturday," Meyer said.
Thin on O-line
At the start of camp, there were four offensive linemen that Meyer trusted, and then it went to five and then six. The number still holds at six, but some nagging injuries have prevented the development of Maurkice Pouncey who holds that sixth spot. Injuries have also slowed some others in the mix for playing time in the fall.
"We got six offensive linemen and Maurkice Pouncey didn't practice today," Meyer said. "He's got a little bit of a groin strain. He'll be our sixth. Maurice Hurt has been banged up a little and so has Marcus [Gilbert], and Carl [Johnson] has got to perform."
With the health of Tim Tebow in the hands of the front five, Meyer is very selective with who sends to the field.
"We're getting to the point where you won't see the field until you're trusted because you have so much on your hands, most notably a quarterback's livelihood," Meyer said.