2012 Wide Receivers

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  1. Kaiser_Soze

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    Thought we should get this thread started.

    Week one performances:

    Connor Vernon SR Duke 10-180
    Alex Amidon JR Boston College 10-149
    AJ Barker JR Minnesota JR Minnesota 3-101
    Michael Campanaro JR Wake Forest 9-96
    Josh Lenz SR Iowa State 8-96
    Josh Boyle FR Kent State 3-95
    Zach Roger SR Tennessee 2-87
    Jared Abbrederis JR Wisconsin 6-84
    Kale Pick SR Kansas 5-81
    Austin Hays FR Oklahoma St 8-77
    Michael Bennett SO Georgia 5-76
    Sam McGuffie SR Rice - 8-67
    Nelson Spruce FR Colorado 8-64
    Casey Bolena JR Navy 3-61
    JD Falslev JR BYU 5-55
    Mike Shanahan SR Pitt 6-54
    Eric Monette SR W Michigan 4-53
    Tyler McCulloch FR Colorado 4-54
    Matt Miller SO Boise State 2-54
    Connor Ryan SO Ball State 6-53
    Kirby Moore JR Boise State 6-52
    Alex Neutz JR Buffalo 5-52
    Jordan Taylor SO Rice 2-47
    Dominic Rufran SO Wyoming 3-46
    Ryan Burbrink FR Bowling Green 8-45
    Jaxon Shipley SO Texas 7-45
    Joe Hansley FR Colorado St 2-40
    Jordan Fredrick FR Wisconsin 2-39
    Blake Webb FR Oklahoma St 2-38
    TJ Moe SR Missouri 3-26
    Mitch Burroughs SO Boise State 2-24
    Steven Manfro FR UCLA 3-22
    Brett Bartolone FR Washington St 1-22
    Adam Humphries SO Clemson 2-17
    Nick Stoner SO Indiana 2-16
    Charlie Hegedus FR NC State 1-7

    Missing in action:

    Thomas Coffman - injured, will be back next week hopefully
    JJ Whorton - in the doghouse after punching a cop in the offseason. Did have 3 punt returns for 73 yards
    Dylan Denso - played but no catches
    Taylor Stockemer - ???
    Wilson Van Hooser - ???

    I'll try and keep up with these guys and more as the season goes on.
     
  2. referendum

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    Kaiser, nice list. I like its length (of course I wish it were longer), and that there are so many non-Seniors on it, who will only get better with experience.
     
  3. Riddlewire

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    He sprained his MCL early in the game.
    However, it wouldn't have mattered if he had been healthy the entire game. Malzahn's entire offense consists of passes behind the line of scrimmage. It was a joke.
     
  4. Leonardfan

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    Pretty nice list - Nice to see Vernon dominating. Hopefully we can get 5-6 WRs hit the 1000k YD mark.
     
  5. Jimmy Chitwood

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    Nick Stoner - Indiana

    Kaiser Soze, thanks for starting this thread and creating that stat sheet from the opening weekend. hopefully we'll add a lot more info and impressive performances in the coming weeks. since you did such a good job compiling that information, i thought i'd contribute a bit of info of my own, albeit from a different perspective.

    as the season goes on, i'd like to share a slightly more in-depth profile of some of our guys who i take notice of as having terrific talent.

    to start off, i'd like to mention Indiana's sophomore speedster, Nick Stoner.

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    Stoner was a 3-time State Champion sprinter at Center Grove High in Indiana, with personal bests of 10.66 in the 100-meters and 21.57 in the 200-meters. he's continued his sprinting excellence at the collegiate level, where he is an All-American sprinter for the Hoosiers (and helped IU to its first Big Ten track title since 1992). with blazing speed, good size (6-foot-1, 173-pounds), and sure hands (he's the starting punt returner for the Hoosiers), he has all the necessary ingredients to become a big-time playmaker at wide receiver (he started his career at IU as a cornerback).

    that is, of course, if ... wait for it ... if the coaches are convinced he has enough football speed. :doh:

    in the Hoosiers' season opener, he only had 2 receptions for 16 yards, but he was also wide open (by about ten yards) on a long touchdown bomb (alas, his quotaback somehow still overthrew him), running away from a cone-uh-back down the sidelines and was again overthrown (yay quotabacks!), and drew a pass interference on another would-have-been touchdown when he was tackled in the endzone by a desperately beaten cone-uh-back.

    Nick Stoner is definitely a youngster to keep an eye on.

    here are a couple of video links that show Stoner's State Championship performances:
    100-meters:
    http://www.fox59.com/videobeta/?watchId=8d973ebe-3db1-49e9-b706-9a97289189a7

    200-meters:
    http://www.fox59.com/videobeta/?watchId=ea11c211-cfff-4447-87c0-8891e09da422
     
  6. TwentyTwo

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    Thanks for starting this thread...

    Eastern Washington junior Brandon Kaufman (6'-5" 215) 5-148 vs. Idaho

    Texas A&M vs Louisiana Tech...Ryan Swope did not play this weekend due to hurricane...ppd til October

    UL-Monroe had bye week
     
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  7. Colonel_Reb

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    Yes, it is always nice to see White receivers who are getting some use, even if they should be getting more. Meanwhile, we're still waiting on those Kansas and Kansas State previews.
     
  8. whiteathlete33

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    Isn't it ridiculous that Vernon is expected to be a late round pick. A black with his talent would be a second, maybe third round pick.
     
  9. Jimmy Chitwood

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    Chase Cochran

    the state of Ohio is a hotbed for football talent, so one wonders why an elite sprinter who is also 6-foot-2 and a first-team All State wide receiver isn't highly recruited ... until, of course, one considers the possibility that said player might be a White kid. then it all makes sense. under the operating guidelines of the Caste System, programs only recruit White kids as a last resort ... no matter how physically gifted they are.

    the interesting case of Chase Cochran, a sophomore wideout/kick returner for the Ohio Bobcats, is just one of many that illustrates this phenomeon.

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    Chase Cochran (left) defies the Caste System while embodying the fight against it

    Ohio was one of only 4 Division One programs (along with Navy, Air Force, and Buffalo) to offer him a scholarship to play football. which is "weird," really, when you consider that at 6-foot-2, with a 34-inch vertical, and dominant stats (caught 39 passes for 1,070 yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior), Cochran allegedly possesses every physical trait that "talent" "evaluators" and collegiate coaches allegedly covet. except for the black skin, of course.

    and then there's the speed.

    Cochran is a burner.

    boasting personal bests of 10.68 in the 100-meters and 21.52 in the 200-meters, Cochran was one of Ohio's top sprinters. and he took pride in being a White cat who could outrun all those blacks who were in disbelief.

    hopefully Cochran, now a sophomore for the Bobcats, will have a long and productive career. if his past and his talent are any indications, all signs point to go.

    [video=youtube;szijtZH8L7o]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szijtZH8L7o[/video]
     
  10. Freethinker

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    This is one of my favorite threads every year. Great info so far.

    If I have more time I'll post tomorrow but counting tight ends Kaneakua Friel and Jake Murphy, there are 11 Whites in the top 75 for receiving yards. 15%. Throw in Swope, BCs Bobby Swigert (injured) and maybe a UL-Monroe receiver and that could go up....hopefully....
     
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    Alex Amidon

    Alex Amidon exploded in the 2012 season opener against Miami. setting career-bests with 10 catches and 149 yards, Amidon showcased impressive athletic ability and toughness whilst repeatedly burning the allegedly superior affletes in the Hurricane secondary. the numbers are even more impressive considering he dropped a couple of balls early that would've also been big plays.

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    Alex Amidon can fly

    not surprisingly, Amidon, a junior at Boston College, was lightly recruited out of high school in Connecticut despite 4.4 speed on the football field and record-setting speed on the track. at 5-foot-11, Amidon was a 3-time NEPSTA MVP en route to winning the 200-meters three-straight years (setting the meet record in the 200 in 21.90 in 2008), the 400-meters twice (personal best of 48.42), and the 100-meters once (personal best of 10.99). even with this game-breaking speed (led his team to back-to-back New England titles in 2008-09), Amidon only received scholarship offers from Boston College and 3 other Division One programs.

    fortunately, he has made good on his chance with the Eagles. he emerged as a big-play threat in his freshman year (led the team with 21.1 yards-per-catch), finishing the season second on the team with 338 receiving yards despite only starting one game. after struggling as a sophomore, Amidon has apparently re-emerged as a potent playmaker.

    Amidon should continue to be a focal point of the BC passing attack even when Bobby Swigert (a fellow White wideout and BC's top pass-catcher the past two seasons) returns. Swigert is also a junior.
     
  12. Jimmy Chitwood

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    Conner Vernon

    Duke's Conner Vernon has already become the Blue Devils' all-time receiving leader (208 career catches), and he is fourth in ACC history. but the former Freshman All-American and two-time second-team All-ACC performer will likely break every other school and conference receiving record before the year is through.

    and just for good measure, he is the nation's active leader in consecutive games with at least one catch (36).

    when you start looking at the numbers he has compiled, it is very impressive. it's even more impressive when you consider that Vernon almost didn't get a chance to play Division One college football because of the Caste System.

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    Conner Vernon is outrunning the Caste System with every catch

    you see, Vernon played his high school football in the talent hotbed of Miami, Florida ... yet he didn't receive a single scholarship offer from any of Florida's Division One programs despite being 6-foot-1, running a 4.41 40 at an Under Armour/Scout Combine before his senior year, and putting up eye-popping numbers on the field.

    not one.

    you can bet that Vernon is well aware of how the Caste System works, as his family has seen it first hand. his brother Shane (who also was a non-desired White athlete) has even gone on the record:
    Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/20...ve-vernon-took-his-talents.html#storylink=cpy

    eventually, Vernon ended up at Duke, and he's been making opposing secondaries pay ever since. some folks in Florida took notice of the HUGE mistake, as this article from November, 2011 shows: UF Needs Conner Vernon.
    barring injury, Conner Vernon will likely emerge as the best wide receiver to ever play in the ACC.

    but will that matter to the Caste System-enforcing NFL?
     
  13. bearclaw500

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    when you start looking at the numbers he has compiled, it is very impressive. it's even more impressive when you consider that Vernon almost didn't get a chance to play Division One college football because of the Caste System.

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    I could be mistaken here, but I believe Erik Decker almost missed out on division I as well. I watched an interview with Division III coach John Gagliardi of St. Johns college in Minnesota. When he found out he lost Decker to the Minnesota Gophers, he called gophers coach Glen Mason and told him that he has a special talent coming to their team. It was a last minute type of offer to Decker. Based on the fact Decker was going to go division III, I assume he had no other Division I offers.
     
  14. Freethinker

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    Jimmy, those write-ups are excellent. Especially the Conner Vernon one. He's been a personal favorite of mine the last 4 years. I think the Vernon write-up should be on the homepage, especially since it has quotes exposing anti-White stigmas and the Caste System.
     
  15. white lightning

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    Great information guys. I really love reading this thread. So many fast white guys, yet so few scholarships due to their skin disease. What a joke. Keep up the fight guys.
     
  16. Kaiser_Soze

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    It sucks making posts right now because I only have Internet on my phone, but here goes.

    Week 2

    Mike Shanahan sr Pitt 5-59 (11-113)
    Charlie Hegedus fr NC State 1-11 (2-18)
    Nick Williams sr UConn 3-59 (4-75)
    Isaac Fruechte so Minn 2-53 (3-60)
    A J Barker jr Minn 2-29 (5-130)
    J J Worton so UCF 7-96 (7-96)
    Thomas Roberson so Tulsa 1-74 (5-109)
    Danny Webster so Ecu 3-45 (3-45)
    Andrew Bodenheimer sr Ecu 3-23 (5-37)
    Adam Humphries so Clemson 6-49 (8-66)
    Connor Ryan sr Ball State 5-26 (11-79)
    Alex Amidon Jr Boston College 6-99 (11-248)
    Nelson Spruce fr Colorado 2-28 (10-92)
    Skyler Ridley jr BYU 1-9 (7-63)
    J D. Falslev jr Byu 1-6 (5-55)
    Brett Bartolone fr Wash St 5-15 (6-37)
    Ryan Swope sr Texas A&M 5-16
    Cody Wilson sr C Michigan 6-54 (8-70)
    Jordan Taylor fr Rice 9-101 (11-148)
    Vance Macdonald 4-72 (6-98)
    Sam Mcguffie sr Rice 3-15 (11-82)
    Kale Pick sr Kansas 2-22 (7-103)
    Josh Lenz sr Iowa St 2-14 (10-110)
    Michael Campanaro jr Wake Forest 13-164 (22-260)
    Jared Abbrederis jr Wisconsin 1-26 (7-110)
    Jordan Frederik fr Wisconsin 1-11 (3-50)
    Dominic Rufran so Wyoming 3-103 (6-148)
    Justin Olack so Toledo 2-30 (5-68)
    Alex Neutz jr Buffalo 8-154 (13-206)
    Zach D'Orazio fr Akron 3-53
    Brent Leonard sr ULM 11-112
    Colby Harper so ULM 6-61
    Ryan Burbrink fr Bowling Green 3-15 (11-60)
    Eric monette sr W Michigan 2-24 (6-77)
    Dylan Denso jr San Diego St 1-10
    Josh Boyle Fr Kent St 6-64 (9-159)
    Michael Bennett so Georgia 8-79 (13-155)
    T JMoe sr Missouri 6-45 (9-71)
    Steven Manfro fr UCLA 4-64 (7-86)
    David Gru sr La Tech 2-42
    Jaxon Shipleyso Texas 2-30 (9-75)
    Gehrig Deiter fr SMU 1-49 (4-113)
    Blake Webb fr Oklahoma St 1-15 (3-53)
    Connor Vernon sr Duke 6-49 (16-229)
    Tim Vizzi jr San Diego St 1-5 (2-52)
    Andy Cruse sr Miami Oh 12-60 (20-108)
     
  17. DixieDestroyer

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    Good job Kaiser...thanks! :)
     
  18. Freethinker

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    Top 75

    I'm going to try to once again provide weekly updates for the White receivers in the top 75 in national receiving yards. I guess receivers have become my favorite skill players to track since there are so few running backs to follow. By no means does this list represent who our best receivers and prospects are. Obviously, their playing time, QB situation, offense type and overall team competency play into skewing these stats. None the less, it’s still fun to keep track of. The results for our guys in the top 75 in receiving yards after Week 2:

    Michael Campanaro – Wake Forest – (Jr.) – 22 for 260 & 1 TD (4[SUP]th[/SUP])
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    Alex Amidon - Boston College - (Jr.) - 16 for 248 & 1 TD (5th)
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    Conner Vernon – Duke - (Sr.) – 16 for 229 & 1 TD (8[SUP]th[/SUP])
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    Alex Neutz - Buffalo - (Jr.) - 13 for 206 & 5 TDs (T16[SUP]th[/SUP])
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    Chris Coyle - Arizona St - (Jr.) - 12 for 196 & 2 TDs (19[SUP]th[/SUP])
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    Josh Boyle - Kent St - (Fr.) - 9 for 159 & 1 TD (36[SUP]th[/SUP])

    Michael Bennett - Georgia - (So.) - 13 for 155 & 1 TD (40[SUP]th[/SUP])
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    Jordan Taylor - Rice - (RS So.) - 11 for 148 & 0 TDs (48[SUP]th[/SUP])

    Kaneakua Friel - BYU - (Jr.) - 10 for 131 & 3 TDs (69[SUP]th[/SUP])
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    A.J. Barker - Minnesota - (Jr.) - 5 for 130 & 1 TD (70[SUP]th[/SUP])

    Others to keep an eye on (within 25 yards):
    Mike Shanahan - Pitt
    Thomas Roberson - Tulsa
    Kale Pick - Kansas
    Josh Lenz - Iowa St
    Jared Abbrederis - Wisconsin
    Brent Leonard - ULM
    Gehrig Deiter - SMU
    Andy Cruse - Miami Ohio
    Jake McGee - Virginia
    Jack Doyle - WKU
    Tyler Eifert - ND
    Blake Hammond - West. Michigan
    Zach Sudfeld - Nevada
    Jace Amaro - Texas Tech
     

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    Week 3

    Alex Amidon - Boston College - (Jr.) - 25 for 366 & 1 TD (2[SUP]nd[/SUP])
    Conner Vernon – Duke - (Sr.) – 21 for 280 & 1 TD (17[SUP]th[/SUP])
    Michael Campanaro – Wake Forest – (Jr.) – 24 for 268 & 1 TD (23[SUP]rd[/SUP])
    Michael Bennett - Georgia - (So.) - 17 for 265 & 2 TDs (T24[SUP]th[/SUP])
    Chris Coyle - Arizona St - (Jr.) - 17 for 239 & 2 TDs (T35[SUP]th[/SUP])
    A.J. Barker - Minnesota - (Jr.) - 10 for 231 & 4 TDs (41[SUP]st[/SUP])
    Mike Shanahan - Pittsburgh - (Sr.) - 16 for 224 & 1 TD (T46[SUP]th[/SUP])
    Alex Neutz - Buffalo - (Jr.) - 13 for 206 & 5 TDs (T63[SUP]rd[/SUP])
    Jordan Taylor - Rice - (RS So.) - 15 for 205 & 0 TDs (T66[SUP]th[/SUP])
    Kaneakua Friel - BYU - (Jr.) - 15 for 195 & 4 TDs (73[SUP]rd[/SUP])
     
  20. Jimmy Chitwood

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    Alex Neutz

    if one was looking for college football's most explosive big-play threat at wide receiver, a major criteria would likely be to judge by the wideout who's most likely to score a touchdown on any given play. it follows that the receiver with the most touchdown catches on the fewest touches should certainly be in that discussion.

    perhaps if you understand how the Caste System works, it should also naturally follow that possibly the nation's top big-play wide receiver wasn't pursued by a single power conference football program and only received a single Division One football scholarship offer. that's right, just one.

    after all, the touchdown-maker is a White kid.

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    Hands of glue with hops like a kangaroo ... what's "Neutz" to love?

    Alex Neutz, a 6-3 junior for Buffalo, has been the Bulls' top playmaker since his redshirt freshman year. known for his great hands, the former volleyball player is also known for his explosive leaping ability and his knack for making the big play.

    Neutz was the team's Offensive MVP as a freshman and led the Bulls in receptions, receiving yards, and touchdowns last year despite missing the final three games of the season due to injury. this year, he has picked up right where he left off. only better.

    Neutz is currently tied for the national lead with 6 touchdown catches (in 3 games), and he's done so despite having just 15 total receptions (for 264 yards).

    with that playmaking ability and all those physical skills one wonders, then, why as a record-setting high school athlete in Western New York, where Neutz sat the single-season receiving yardage mark (1,182 yards) and scored 22 receiving touchdowns on just 51 catches in his senior year alone (en route to winning the James Lofton Award as Western New York's best wide receiver), why wasn't the superb athlete heavily recruited?

    in fact, Buffalo was the only Division One football program to extend a scholarship offer.

    in an era when football fans are repeatedly informed that "coaches will find the talent no matter where it is," it's "weird" how a phenomenal talent like Neutz can be so thoroughly ignored ...

    of course, coaches rarely consider White athletes "talented." so instead of actively looking for players who repeatedly do this ...

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    they willfully turn a blind eye in search of "real" athletes with the appropriate skin tone.

    fortunately for Neutz, he was at least given one opportunity. and he's run (and leapt and scored) with it. unfortunately for football fans, the electrifying talent is left to toil in virtual anonymity on a team that receives little media attention.

    instead of being a household name, Neutz is a virtual unknown. and it's all thanks to the Caste System artificially propping up lesser talents and ignoring White ones.
     
  21. Carolina Speed

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    Nice posts as usual from JC and Freethinker. Interestingly, The University of Buffalo Football describes Neutz as long, smooth, shows a burst and has great hands. Other than the great hands, these descriptions are not typically reserved for white WR's.

    Let's hope Neutz and some of the others mentioned by Freethinker get their shot at The NFL!

    Thanks JC and Freethinker for the info. on these talented white WR's.
     
  22. Kaiser_Soze

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    Week 4 is in the bag, and here's the stat line:

    Alex Amidon JR Boston College (25-366)
    Connor Vernon SR Duke 8-120 (29-400)
    Michael Campanaro JR Wake Forest 12-153(36-421)
    Michael Bennett SO Georgia 2-10 (19-275)
    A J Barker Jr Minnesota 4-52 (14-283)
    Mike Shanahan SR Pitt 5-144 (16-368)
    Jordan Taylor SO Rice 7-79 (22-285)
    Alex Neutz JR Buffalo 2-58 (15-264)
    Jared Abbrederis JR Wisconsin 6-147 (13-257)
    Brent Leonard SR ULM 8-72 (26-237)
    Nelson Spruce FR Colorado 8-103 (21-234)
    Dominic Rufran SO Wyoming 1-4 (10-210)
    Matt Miller SO Boise St 7-75 (16-205)
    Zach Rogers SR Tennessee 3-72 (8-198)
    Zach D'Orazio FR Akron 6-72 (15-197)
    JJ Worton SO UCF (12-190)
    Vance McDonald SR Rice 4-54 (14-187)
    Steven Manfro FR UCLA 3-22 (17-186)
    Josh Boyle FR Kent St 4-25 (13-184)
    Colby Harper SO ULM 5-82 (16-183)
    Cody Wilson SR Central Michigan 8-105 (16-175)
    Thomas Roberson SO Tulsa 3-65 (8-174)
    TJ Moe SR Missouri 2-13 (19-172)
    Tyler McCulloch FR Colorado 5-42 (12-169)
    Andy Cruse SR Miami OH 3-13 (29-163)
    Kale Pick SR Kansas 2-45 (9-148)
    Ryan Burbrink FR Bowling Green 2-13 (20-144)
    Gehrig Deiter FR SMU (7-134)
    Isaac Fruechte SO Minnesota 1-34 (7-133)
    Connor Ryan JR Ball State 1-3 (18-120)
    Josh Lenz SR Iowa State (11-116)
    Drew Dileo JR Michigan 1-4 (5-115)
    Jaxon Shipley SO Texas (12-110)
    Brett Bartolone FR Washington St 3-40 (13-104)
    Nick Williams SR Uconn 4-26 (8-101)
    Ryan Swope SR Texas A&M 2-9 (12-95)
    Mitch Burroughs SR Boise St 4-44 3-23 (9-91)
    Blake Webb FR Oklahoma St (5-90)
    Andrew Bodenheimer SR East Carolina 3-6 (11-88)
    JD Falslev JR BYU 2-18 (9-82)
    Adam Humphries SO Clemson (11-81)
    Spencer Harris JR Illinois 2-29 (5-51)
    Eric Monette SR W Michigan (6-77)
    Justin Olack SO Toledo (6-77)
    Austin Hayes FR Oklahoma St (8-77)
    Jordan Fredricks FR Wisconsin 1-8 (5-75)
    Joe Hansley FR Colorado St 3-35 (5-75)
    Dustin Creel FR East Michigan (5-74)
    Kirby Moore JR Boise St (8-65)
    Danny Webster SO East Carolina 1-6 (6-57)
    Tim Vizzi JR San Diego St 1-2(3-54)
    Alex Kuresa FR BYU (4-51)
    Conner Floyd FR Tulsa (2-41)
    Charlie Moore JR Oklahoma ST (4-40)
    Dylan Denso JR San Diego St 1-21(2-31)
    Tyler Evans SO Nebraska (1-26)
    Thomas Coffman SO Colorado 2-19 (3-25)
    Wilson Van Hooser SO Tulane 2-23 (2-23)
    Charlie Hegedus FR NC State (2-18)
    Connor Arlia SO West Virginia 1-14 (1-14)
    Angelo Sebastiano FR N Illinois (1-12)
    Christian Reeves Fr Virginia Tech (1-6)

     
  23. Leonardfan

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    If anything is keeping me interested this season it is the performance of the white wrs. Amidon has been a pleasant surprise and Vernon and Campanero are performing up to expectations. I think we might have 5-6 1000 yd wr's this year with some serious contenders for the Biletnikoff.

    I also really liked the post regarding Neutz. Great work
     
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    Most of the comments in the AJC website were very complementary of Bennett. A few (including myself :wink:) stated he's the best WR on the (th)UGA team. :thumb: I hope he rehabs like mad and recovers asap, whilst adding 5-10 lbs of muscle.
     

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