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This one is bound to stir up some controversy.
When looking at the position as a whole, though, I can't help but think this is the second-biggest weakness on the entire team. It was a close race with the running backs for this spot, but I think the receivers are slightly weaker.
Yes, the position does have Jeremy Gallon, who looks ready to have a huge year, but there isn't much behind him.
Drew Dileo isn't going to be a star and take over games, so he'll continue to be just a role player, even as a senior.
Arguably the biggest X-factor at this entire position is Amara Darboh. The unit is counting on him to step up and be a threat as a sophomore, even though he saw only a few snaps on offense all of last season.
If he doesn't step up, this position could be in trouble.
Jehu Chesson is another youngster who could play a small role this fall after redshirting last year. Don't expect a whole lot from seniors Jeremy Jackson and Joe Reynolds, although they could each see playing time here and there.
I may be going against popular opinion here, but I'm expecting little to no contribution from the incoming freshmen. Da'Mario Jones could potentially help out a little bit, but I wouldn't expect much more than that.
Even though I have this listed as the second-biggest weakness on the team, I'm not too concerned about it. The only reason it's on here is because it's hard to find glaring weaknesses on this team.