Which Arizona Wildcats Skill Position Starters Make the Grade?

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Which Arizona Wildcats Skill Position Starters Make the Grade?
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Arizona (8-5, 4-5 Pac-12) put up gaudy offensive numbers in 2012. 

The 'Cats averaged nearly 300 yards per game through the air (298.4) and well over 200 on the ground (227.8). They capitalized to the tune of 38.2 points per game, a mark that falls comfortably inside the nation's top 20.

RichRod's skill position starters entering the year were Matt Scott (QB), Ka'Deem Carey (RB), Dan Buckner (WR), Austin Hill (WR) and Richard Morrison (WR).

Read on to find out how they performed individually.

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