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Oklahoma's playmakers are some of the most talented in the country and have the potential to make the offense the best in the nation.
Despite losing three receivers due to rules violations, the Sooners still have some of the best weapons on offense.
Wide receiver Kenny Stills will be the centerpiece of OU's passing attack in 2012.
In his freshman campaign in 2010, Stills was a breakout star opposite Ryan Broyles. In 14 starts, Stills caught 61 balls for 786 yards, including five touchdowns.
The next season, Stills matched his catch total in only 11 games. He scored eight times and accumulated 849 yards.
In 2012, Stills should be able to increase his production. Without Broyles, Stills becomes the main target for Jones on the outside. Stills will use his athleticism to create separation as well as break tackles in a high variety of passing plays designed by Oklahoma's coaching staff.
Dominique Whaley is also returning for the Sooners and will lead a three-headed rushing attack that includes Roy Finch and Brennan Clay.
Whaley surprised the country with his strong play before going down against Kansas State.
With these players returning and the addition of freshman wideout Trey Metoyer, OU is in position to make some big plays and have an incredibly high-powered offense.