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Jeremy Gallon and Drew Dileo are both proven commodities at receiver, but behind those two there are only question marks. However, that can change quickly.
Amara Darboh is expected to step up and be a huge part of this offense, but he saw literally only a few snaps on offense last year and never was thrown to.
The future is too bright for this kid, though, for him not to be a big contributor in 2013. Jehu Chesson is another guy that could soon break out.
Chesson took a redshirt last year, so he has never seen any game action. The knock on him coming in was that he was extremely raw, but hopefully some of that got ironed out last season in practice. He should definitely contribute at least a little bit.
Finally, there are the two senior holdovers, Jeremy Jackson and Joe Reynolds. Not much should be expected out of either of them, although I do think Reynolds could potentially play somewhat of a role.
Three more freshmen will arrive in a few months, but it's hard to predict if any of them will play.
This position group will be just fine as long as a third receiver steps up. Odds are that it will be Darboh, but if somebody else does as well, that would be great. If that happens, this unit will be just fine.