Wide Receiver: Donte Moncrief, Vince Sanders
Wide Receiver: Vince Sanders, Cody Core
Slot Receiver: Ja-Mes Logan, Quadarias "Q" Mireles
The SEC witnessed what Donte Moncrief was capable of doing in 2012. This season, even greater things should be expected from the 6'3'', 216-pound junior. Rebel fans will again be screaming, "Feed Moncrief."
Immediately behind the junior on the depth chart are two returning wide receivers: Vince Sanders and Ja-Mes Logan. In 2012, Sanders caught 39 balls for 504 yards and four touchdowns. Additionally, Logan hauled in 43 receptions for 490 yards and a single score. Together, they were quite good.
Sanders grabs the second starting spot again due to his speed and athleticism (and he should retain it). At slot, things get a bit more tricky. Mireles looked just like the athlete he was recruited to be for the Rebels, but Logan is a solid player with a lot of talent.
Logan remains the starting slot man for now, but between "Q," Core, Korvic Neat and hopefully a healthy Collins Moore this summer, Ole Miss could have to shuffle the deck in its creative offense a little bit.
The Rebels would love to be seven or eight deep to truly be able to run the offense in 2013, and at the end of spring, things are looking quite good ahead of the summer (not to mention the pending summer arrival of Laquon Treadwell).
While starting and reserve receivers are listed above, they're simply names on "paper."
Freeze likes to turn up the volume on offense, and in such a scheme everyone will get their chances.