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I can't remember the last time that the Miami Hurricanes have been loaded at wide receiver and tight end—there is that much talent coming back next season.
There might even be too many.
The only senior will be Allen Hurns, whose production took the wayside to sophomores Phillip Dorsett and Rashawn Scott.
Herb Waters showed why he could be a force to be reckoned with when he finished his freshman season with 227 yards and two touchdowns on just 10 catches.
Another true freshman that looked great before an ankle injury was Malcolm Lewis. By the time the season starts, Lewis should be ready to make another athletic target for Hurricanes quarterback Stephen Morris.
If those aren't enough, high school phenom Angelo Jean-Louis will finally arrive at Miami after spending a season at a prep school. He was supposed to be the best freshman wide receiver this season but failed to qualify for Miami.
Besides the wide receivers, tight end Clive Walford will be back. Walford turned it on late this year catching seven passes for 234 yards and two touchdowns in the last two games.
This could very well be the best group of receivers the Hurricanes have ever had, which will ultimately turn into more wins.