Meyer knows that his two-time BCS national champion and Heisman Trophy winner isn't a traditional quarterback, but believes enough offenses have changed around the league and could use a quarterback like Tebow.
"He had really good personnel around him (at Florida) and we utilized his skill very well," Meyer said. "I think in a traditional setting, it is difficult, but there's a lot of non-traditional offenses now in the NFL."
Tebow's biggest obstacle may be the fact that although non-traditional quarterbacks are in style in the NFL, he may not be the most-athletic or fastest of those non-traditionals available.
Unless things change soon, Tebow will just continue to get ready for his broadcasting career as an analyst for the new SEC Network.