Ben Skowronek (SR) 6’4” 215lbs Notre Dame We had high hopes for him in 2019 but an injury derailed his season after 3 games. This could work out for him because he transferred to Notre Dame from Northwestern, and ND lost their top 3 receivers from 2019. Skowronek has NFL size and should be on the NFL radar with a big season for the Fighting Irish. He’s a red zone threat who can do it all when it comes to being a receiver. Career stats receiving are 110-1417-8. Bailey Gaither (SR) 6’1” 182lbs SJSU Gaither was granted a 6th year of eligibility for San Jose State and it gives him a chance to get on the NFL radar. Gaither is a true deep threat with the ability to make spectacular catches, but he may need to add some more weight if he wants to play in the NFL. He reminds me of Thomas Sperbeck from Boise State a few years ago, both are about the same size, are deep threats, and have a knack for great catches. He had 812 yards in 2019 to bring his career stats to 94-1502-14, he also has over 450 return yards in his career. Thomas Hennigan (SR) 6’1” 205lbs App. State Appalachian State has been sending players to the NFL every year recently, let’s see if the league will take notice of a stellar receiver with good size. Hennigan has been a solid receiver and punt returner over the past few years and looks to cap it off with a big senior season. He has 135 catches for 1685 yards and 14 TD’s in his career along with 600 return yards and an additional TD. Jake Smith (SO) 6’0” 195lbs Texas Smith didn’t have a monster true freshman season but he made an impact with 25 catches for 274 yards and 6 TD’s as the backup slot receiver. Devin Duvernay is in the NFL now so Smith will take over as a starter in 2020. He was the Gatorade National Player of the Year in 2018 as he lit up the Arizona high school football scene. I have a bunch of other receivers on my list but I decided to start with these guys. I’m excited to get these started and see what everyone else has to post!