Everybody at Wide Receiver
While the coaching staff may have key guys in mind as far as who is going to start at receiver this season, the bottom line is that there are still a truckload of players competing for limited starting spots.
With the lack of offensive production a year ago and a new offensive coordinator, anybody can make a name and separate themselves from the pack—and there’s no better time to do that than the spring game.
Quinton Dunbar is probably the only receiver who has secured a starting position. Demarcus Robinson should also be a starter, since he is the most talented receiver on the roster.
Meanwhile, Ahmad Fulwood, Chris Thompson, Alvin Bailey and Latroy Pittman have all shown flashes of potential and will be eager to prove themselves.
This is a position to watch closely, as just about anybody could find themselves starting opening week.
This position really comes down to who is going to start on the opposite side of Vernon Hargreaves III.
What makes the position battle that much more intriguing is that it comes down to two true freshman in Jalen Tabor and Duke Dawson.
Tabor is the more polished and physical corner of the two and is probably the favorite to land the job entering the spring game. However, you’d be foolish to sleep on Dawson. Dawson is smaller than Tabor, but he has quick instincts, is scrappy and does a nice job of playing the ball.
Coach Will Muschamp has mentioned how both of these young corners have caught on quickly in practice, per Jeff Barlis of ESPN.com. It’s going to be a dogfight to impress the coaches in a game-like atmosphere.