Pac-12 Football: Biggest Spring Wide Receiver Battles

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Pac-12 Football: Biggest Spring Wide Receiver Battles
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Oregon State receiver Markus Wheaton

The Pac-12 consistently produces some of the best wide receivers in the country every year, and this year is no different.

Oregon State's Markus Wheaton, USC's Robert Woods, Cal's Keenan Allen and Arizona's Dan Buckner are just a few of the elite receivers that will now be playing on Sundays instead of Saturdays.

Who's going to fill those big shoes?

Almost every Pac-12 team will have a battle for the wide receiver position this spring. Only four schools don't appear to have their depth charts' top slots up for grabs at the receiver position; Colorado, Oregon, Washington and Washington State all return with their top receivers. 

For eight other teams, it's time to grind it out in spring practice and find another playmaker(s) with great hands. 


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