Kelvin Kuo-US PRESSWIRE
TCU will be making the big step up from the Mountain West Conference to the Big 12 this season, and many fans are interested to see how the Horned Frogs will handle BCS-caliber competition in 2012.
Although the team's overall roster may not be as loaded and as deep as those of established conference powerhouses such as Oklahoma and Texas, TCU does have plenty of intriguing talent at the offensive skill positions for the 2012 season.
Two of the key playmakers to watch this year will be receivers Josh Boyce and Brandon Carter.
Boyce, who led the Mountain West with 998 receiving yards in 2011, is one of the most underrated receivers in college football.
That will change this season, though, now that he'll finally be able to show off his skills on a national stage.
Carter, on the other hand, was one of the most highly-touted high school recruits ever to come to Fort Worth. After averaging 15.3 yards per catch as a true freshman last year, the 5'11", 161-pound sophomore should now be ready to have a true breakout campaign in 2012.