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WR Devin Fuller
Both Devin Fuller and Devin Lucien have stood out this week. If the duo can continue performing at this level, opposing Pac-12 defenses will be in a world of hurt.
According to Mora, via the Los Angeles Times, Lucien "[seemingly] every day goes up and makes an exciting, unbelievable, acrobatic catch."
Lucien's leaping ability makes him very dangerous on any jump ball attempt. More often than not, he'll be the one coming down with the catch.
After practice Thursday, Mora was very complimentary of Fuller.
The former quarterback from New Jersey has been running routes "that are much better." Fuller's body control was also lauded, as was his "body control while running his routes."
Lastly, Mora mentioned Fuller's athleticism and how he "makes everything look effortless."
There's no doubt that Fuller has sublime quickness off of the line of scrimmage. In the slot, he should be an absolute terror for defensive backs to match up with.
Fuller, Lucien, Shaq Evans and Jordan Payton figure to make up one of the most potent receiving quartets in the conference.