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Where was Roy Roundtree this past year? He may have confirmed everyone's fear that he isn't big enough to be a No. 1 receiver in this kind of offense.
If he isn't No. 1 guy heading into 2012, then who is? Jeremy Gallon disappeared at times in 2011, and I don't think he can be counted on to have a big year in 2012.
Other than those two, there are no other proven receivers on the roster. Drew Dileo isn't going to turn into a No. 1 guy, so that thought can be pushed aside.
After seeing substantive playing time as a true freshman, Jeremy Jackson hasn't necessarily turned into the receiver some fans were hoping for.
He will already be a junior in 2012, and it would help if he could play a big role.
Amara Darboh and Jehu Chesson will have every opportunity to see playing time as true freshmen, and it will be up to them on whether or not they take advantage.
However, the wild card in this whole situation is Jerald Robinson. He has all the potential in the world, and is certainly capable of being a No. 1 in this offense.
However, he just hasn't put it all together yet as evidenced by the fact that he hasn't truly seen the field on offense. The good news is that he is still young, and will have every opportunity heading into 2012.