The WAC has some of the most explosive receivers in the game. The Hawaii Warriors averaged a WAC best (and third in the nation) 337 receiving yards last year. Only Idaho (286.7, 12th in nation ) and Boise State (264.1, 29th in nation) were in the top 30.
1. Greg Salas (Hawaii) 106-1590-8
2. Titus Young (Boise State) 79-1041-10
3. Austin Pettis (Boise State) 63-855-14
4. Brandon Wimberly (Nevada) 53-733-6
5. Kealoha Pilares (Hawaii) 66-690-4
6. Daniel Hardy (Idaho) 39-691-3
7. Rodney Bradley (Hawaii) 31-575-5
8. Maurice Shaw (Idaho) 32-666-6
9. Stanley Morrison (Utah State) 33-616-3
10. Jemel Hamler (Fresno State) 37-503-5
Others to watch include Marquis Avery of San Jose State and Preston Davis of Idaho.
Salas and Young are pre-season first-teamers while Pettis and Wimberly are second-teamers.