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Florida State: Rashad Greene and Rodney Smith could put up big numbers in 2012, while Kenny Shaw could be a factor if he gets fully healthy.
Washington State: Marquess Wilson alone—along with Jeff Tuel at quarterback—makes this a group to watch.
California: The Bears have a top-flight receiver in Keenan Allen but will need an unknown to step up and complement him.
Georgia: The Dawgs have a potentially dangerous duo in Tavarres King and Michael Bennett. King had a monster game against Michigan State in the Outback Bowl.
Texas Tech: Eric Ward leads this year's version of the Red Raiders' always competitive receiving corps.
Missouri: With proven producers in T.J. Moe, Marcus Lucas and L'Damian Washington and the nation's top incoming recruit in Dorial Green-Beckham, the Tigers can't be overlooked.
Texas: Perhaps this will be the year that Mike Davis, Jaxon Shipley and Marquise Goodwin come into their own as college receivers.
Nebraska: With Kenny Bell, Jamal Turner, Quincy Enunwa, Taariq Allen and record-setting newcomer Jordan Westerkamp in the fold, this group is low on experience and production but high on potential.
Wisconsin: Jared Abbrederis returns as the team's leading receiver. Someone must step up next to him.
Arkansas: Cobi Hamilton is a potential stud, but who will step up opposite him for star quarterback Tyler Wilson?