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The Bulls return two of their top three leading wide receivers, including Biletnikoff Watch List member Naaman Roosevelt.
The Bulls should be able to make a relatively smooth transition from Drew Willy to Zach Maynard at QB.
Roosevelt, who is quite possibly the most underrated wide out in all of college football, should continue to build on this past season's success and be able to improve his draft stock.
With 1,400 receiving yards last season and another 100 in the return game, Roosevelt should be able to boost both numbers. You should expect to see him get somewhere around 1,500-1,600 receiving yards.
His use on the kick game will ultimately depend on different situations, so expect to see him there sparingly.
The Bulls also return Brett Hamlin who had 459 yards receiving last season. Expect to see Hamlin's numbers spike this season as he steps into the No. 2 spot.
You should see somewhere between 700-1000 yards receiving from Hamlin this year as teams will pay a lot closer attention to Roosevelt.
At tight end this year look for Jesse Rack to have a very good year receiving as well as blocking. Look for 250-300 receiving yards this year out of Rack.
Also look for Ed Young to contribute in the pass game as well this year.