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Sammy Watkins, Clemson
Sammy Watkins was one of the nation's best players as a freshman but regressed in as a sophomore. He was great in Week 1 against Georgia but played a minimal role in Week 2.
With some more consistency, Watkins will shoot up this list.
Marqise Lee, USC
The reigning Biletnikoff Award winner Marqise Lee was uncoverable in 2012 but has struggled early in 2013, as USC has gone through quarterback issues.
Lee is still one of the most skilled receivers in the country and will also shoot up this list as USC's offense picks up.
Amari Cooper, Alabama
After an outstanding freshman year, Alabama sophomore Amari Cooper has been almost a non-factor so far in 2013.
With just six catches for 72 yards, Cooper will need to set up before he enters a full sophomore slump.
Tevin Reese, Baylor
Tevin Reese may end up as one of the most productive receivers in college football this year. However, he hasn't even truly played a full game yet this season, as BU has destroyed both of its opponents.
As the competition stiffens for Baylor, Reese should be able to play more than just one half of football per game.
Jared Abbrederis, Wisconsin
Off to a solid start, Jared Abbrederis is poised to finally break the 1,000-yard mark as a senior after coming close in his last two seasons.
Like Reese, he'll need to show continued strong play against conference competition in the coming weeks.