Robert Woods finished fifth in the country last season with 111 receptions and was eighth with a 107.7 yards-per-game average. He has a connection with quarterback Matt Barkley unlike any other in college football, as he went a total of four games with double-digit receptions.
Marqise Lee may only be a sophomore, but with his leaping ability, sure hands and size, he will be a first-round pick in a future NFL draft. The kid is that good and finished his freshman season with 73 repetitions for 1,143 yards and 11 touchdowns.
The Trojans also have solid depth at this position with players such as George Farmer, Victor Blackwell and De'Von Flournoy.
The Ducks will live off of the ground game this season, as depth at the receiver position is scary thin. Josh Huff returns as the leading receiver, as he caught 31 passes last year for 430 yards. You have to like the potential of Daryle Hawkins with his height at 6'4", but he only has nine receptions in the last two seasons combined.
Keanon Lowe is expected to be the third receiver, but much like Hawkins, he hasn't proven himself on the offensive side of the ball. Tight end Colt Lyerla will be used quite a bit in this offense, finishing last year with five touchdowns on only seven receptions.
Still, like the quarterback position, this is all Trojans by far.