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Kenzel Doe should be in the starting lineup, but who will join him?
This position is almost impossible to parse out until the freshmen start in earnest, but I'll try. Kenzel Doe probably has a spot in the starting lineup thanks to being the last man standing in the spring. His ability to play nearly every snap throughout spring practice with the first and second team will make him almost a given to be on the outside against LSU.
The second starting receiver spot is totally up for grabs. Krenwick Sanders, a freshman out of Georgia, will likely claim this spot sooner rather than later, but for now it's hard to pencil him into the starting lineup on Day 1, as he's yet to go through a practice with pads.
Jazz Peavy wins the award for best name and had a pretty good spring, but I can't imagine seeing him on the outside to open the season. The same goes for Reggie Love, who has a tremendous name but probably won't be starting anytime soon.
That leaves two main competitors for the second receiver spot. The first challenger is Robert Wheelwright. Coaches have been raving about him ever since he first stepped on campus, and in the extremely limited action he's seen, fans have to believe that he's the real deal—or as close as the Badgers have to the real deal.
While speaking to Mike Lucas of UWBadgers.com, wide receivers coach Chris Beatty said in August 2013,
"He has a good rangy body so he has some things to work with. He's quick, he's sudden and he has got to translate that to game action."
The other option is Jordan Fredrick. He caught 17 passes as a freshman and then 10 more last season, providing the only other help from the receiver spot last season outside of Jared Abbrederis.
Fredrick's experience may give him the upper hand as he's been pretty sure-handed throughout his collegiate career, though he seemed more comfortable in the slot, while Wheelwright is better on the outside.
Starters: Kenzel Doe and Jordan Fredrick