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WR Deontay Greenberry
Deontay Greenberry brought plenty of hype to Houston as a 247Sports Composite 4-star recruit and one of the top wide receiver prospects in the 2012 recruiting class.
Just a sophomore, the native of Fresno, Calif., has already lived up to those expectations.
Greenberry led the AAC in receiving this season with an average of 100.5 yards per game. He hauled in 10 touchdowns and amassed 1,106 yards on 76 receptions.
At 6'3", 198 pounds, Greenberry's NFL draft stock is sure to rise once he becomes eligible next season.
QB John O'Korn
Quarterback John O'Korn didn't bring as much buzz to Houston, though he was a touted recruit out of high school powerhouse St. Thomas Aquinas in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
A composite 3-star recruit in the 2013 class, Korn quickly blossomed as a freshman for the Cougars.
UH wasn't as explosive offensively as it has been in recent years, but O'Korn is still poised to break 3,000 passing yards with a decent game in Birmingham. He has tallied 2,889 passing yards and 26 touchdowns to go with just eight interceptions this season.
As he continues to gain experience, along with the rest of the young offense, the Cougars will become AAC championship contenders. For now, catch a glimpse of that future in this contest.