Tennessee is blessed with some seriously talented top-end receivers. While the depth is a major question (running theme?) there should be no doubt that these receievers can create separation and come up with big plays.
It all starts with Gerald Jones, who is a genuine number one receiver. After suffering an ankle injury and ceding his punt return duties, Jones has become an incredibly polished receiver. Last year he caught 46 passes for 680 yards. That's a 14 YPC average.
He doesn't have massive size at 6' and 195 pounds, but the kid is devastatingly quick and impossible to bring down in space. Now that he is healthy, expect him to assist with the breaking-in of the new QBs immensely. (Possible Comparison: Jordan Shipley helping Garrett Gilbert in the NC ring a bell?)
The second major receiver is Denarius Moore. He is about the same size as Gerald Jones, but he is much more of a deep threat. Not only that, but he has some of the steadiest hands on the team, catching three or more passes in each of the final nine games. Expect Moore to catch the game-changing balls for huge yardage while defenses worry about Jones.
The final, and by all means, best offensive player on the team is Luke Stocker.
A tight end, Stocker could've easily been a top 100 NFL draft pick last year had he declared. Good thing he didn't for the Vols, as he is on the watchlist for All-SEC and even All-American honors.
With huge size at 6'6" and 253 pounds this kid can bulldoze the opposing secondaries and has the softest hands some of the coaches have ever seen. He is a red zone target, and is also a premier blocker. he will be asked to do it all this year, and you can only expect that he will.