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Starters: K.J. Myers, Dante Campbell, Ronald Carswell, Kevin White
Backups: Jordan Thompson, Devonte Robinson, Devonte Mathis, Connor Arlia, Will Johnson
Speaking of good hands, the wide receiver position will be as wide open as any for West Virginia this season. The school's two most prolific receivers—Tavon Austin and Stedman Bailey—will both head to the NFL. Also gone will be third option J.D. Woods and another senior in Ryan Nehlen.
Together, they represent 95 percent of WVU's 42 receiving touchdowns on the year.
Campbell and Myers will be the only two returners with a touchdown reception, while Thompson and Arlia are the only two other returners with a reception.
Neither Robinson nor Mathis recorded a reception in the 2012 regular season, but were highly-touted recruits and have the athleticism to make an impact next year.
Johnson, meanwhile, is the only hybrid tight end in the group after Clay's move to running back.
West Virginia will also add junior college prospects Carswell and White. Carswell is a quick, speedy receiver with a frame and skill set similar to that of Bailey, so he could do well in the slot or on the outside.
White, on the other hand, stands at 6'4" and will bring a physical presence to the position that the Mountaineers have lacked in recent years.
Additionally, WVU could also add a couple more JUCO receivers, Javess Blue or Jatavius Stewart. Either would be a great pickup for the Mountaineers and could very well break into that starting group if they end up in Morgantown.
Whoever is in Morgantown when the spring and summer roll around will be in a heated, crowded competition for the starting slots.
The good news here is that Holgorsen could end up using the whole lot of these pass-catchers on a rotating basis.