With the 2010 season just around the corner, the state of Ohio finds itself possessing two of the top receivers in the whole country.
For Ohio State, speedster DeVier Posey broke out last season in his first year as a starter. He garnered 828 receiving yards and eight touchdowns.
But if you travel south down Interstate-71, you'll find another receiver who also made a name for himself in 2009.
Although he wasn't in the spotlight due to Mardy Gilyard's success, Armon Binns quietly established himself as a top receiver in the Big East for Cincinnati. The big target finished the year with 888 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Their successful seasons established the receivers as two of the top returning pass-catchers in America.
Who is the top dog in their own state, however?
Posey is one of the fastest players in the nation and made himself into a very effective route-runner in his first year as a starter.
With Binns, you have a receiver with elite size that can come down with any ball. While all the attention was given to Gilyard, Binns established himself as Tony Pike's favorite receiver in the red zone.
So who does own the Buckeye State? I'll debate that in the next few slides.