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These five duos didn't quite crack the list, but could still make a splash this coming season.
David Ash and Mike Davis-Texas: The Texas Longhorns will be throwing the ball around a lot this year, and there is no question that Mike Davis will be on the receiving end of a ton of David Ash passes.
Keith Wenning and Willie Snead-Ball State: Not a lot is known about this Ball State duo, but they are one of the best and most experienced in the country.
Braxton Miller and Devin Smith-Ohio State: Braxton Miller is one of the best quarterbacks in the country, but he does not have a huge target at wide receiver. Devin Smith is as good a deep play threat as there is in college football, averaging nearly 21 yards a reception over his first two seasons.
Justin Hardy and Shane Carden-East Carolina: This senior East Carolina duo connected on 11 touchdowns last season with 88 receptions and 1,105 yards.
Devin Gardner and Jeremy Gallon-Michigan: Devin Gardner did an admirable job filling in for Denard Robinson last season, and now he will be the starter. Jeremy Gallon will without question be his top target.