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Starters: Kenny Bell (So.), Quincy Enunwa (Jr.), Jamal Turner (So.)
Backups: Jordan Westerkamp (Fr.), Tim Marlowe (Sr.), Taariq Allen (RFr.)
Nebraska's receiving corps is extremely talented and loaded with potential, something not normally associated with Nebraska football. But the plethora of drops this group was guilty of last season proved that it still has a lot of work to do.
Kenny Bell emerged as one of the team's best receivers and was Martinez's favorite target by the end of the year. He caught 32 passes for 461 yards and three touchdowns and had an impressive 80-yard touchdown on a reverse against Minnesota.
Jamal Turner burst onto the scene as a freshman last season, showing amazing skills for someone who hadn't played receiver before. But for reasons still unknown, his playing time diminished as the season wore on.
I am of the opinion that he should have been the leading receiver last year, but the coaches most likely had a good reason for his benching. With that said, he is way too talented not to be on the field with the ball in his hands frequently next season.
Quincy Enunwa was another young receiver that wowed fans with his bone-crushing hits on defenders as much as his catches. Enunwa is a budding star that also has a ton of potential.
Tim Marlowe was a reliable slot receiver for the Huskers last year, while Taariq Allen was the scout team MVP, the same title Bell earned before his breakout year. Add record-setting newcomer Jordan Westerkamp to the mix, and there's reason to be excited.
In other words, if Martinez can somehow improve his passing significantly or gets beaten out, Nebraska's aerial attack could be downright scary.