Bell is the most experienced receiver from the bunch, having caught 17 passes for 255 yards and two touchdowns last season. He is a lean wideout at 6'1", 180 pounds and has great big-play ability, finishing the final two games of the year with a combined three receptions for 72 yards and a touchdown.
He is not a physical receiver but does run solid routes and has terrific speed. This is the home run-threat out of the receiver corps, somebody who can stretch the field. Defenses can't afford to let this guy get behind them.
Norwood really gave Tide fans something to smile about in the national championship victory, finishing the game with four receptions for 78 yards. Alabama fans are hoping that type of performance can carry over to the 2012 season.
He has the size at 6'2", 195 pounds to really make an impact in his junior year. He has underrated speed, great body control and is elusive after the catch. His 17.3 yards per reception last year shows that he has the ability to be someone special with more opportunities.
White reminds me a lot of Kenny Bell, he is not the strongest receiver, or the biggest, but he has a bunch of speed. He gets off the line quickly, can get downfield in a hurry and is a threat to take it the distance when the ball is in his hands.
White finished his freshman year with 14 receptions for 151 yards and two touchdowns, but was very inconsistent throughout the season. Still, with his playmaking ability, the rising sophomore should see the field quite often this time around.
Jones was a true freshman last season, hauling in only three passes for 49 yards. And while he may not been that productive on the field, he will be given every chance to turn things around due to his explosive ability.
Jones is the smallest receiver out of the bunch out at 5'11", 185 pounds, but what he lacks in height, he makes up for in acceleration. He can change direction quickly, gets off the line in a flash and is building much needed confidence throughout fall camp. His play will be a factor at wide receiver and special teams this season.
Cooper is the youngest of the bunch, a true freshman heading into the 2012 season. He has average size at 6'1", 185 pounds, and is extremely athletic. He has terrific hands, runs above average routes and can go up and get the football with the best of them.
Although he may be the baby on the roster, this is somebody that Tide fans should be really excited about, as he looks to make a name for himself quickly.