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The SEC takes a hit at this position with seven of the top 10 WRs graduating or declaring for the draft.
Starter: Alshon Jeffery, South Carolina
Right now, Jeffery has not declared for the draft. Some people expect him to, but since he is still in the SEC while I am typing this, he is my first starter at WR.
He led the SEC last season with 1,517 yards. He had 17.2 yards per catch. Jeffery also added nine receiving TDs on the season.
Now, while I expect South Carolina to lean more on the run game next season, Jeffery will be the top (read: only) target for Garcia since Tori Gurley, who had half as many receptions, has declared for the draft.
The third leading receiver last season for USC was Lattimore, so Jeffery really is the only true option for Garcia.
Starter: Tavarres King, Georgia
I have a lot of faith in Aaron Murray, and if that faith is well placed, then look for King to put up some numbers. He was overshadowed last season (at least the latter half) by A.J. Green, but now Green is gone.
King had 504 yards with an 18.7 yards per catch average and five TDs.
I fully expect King to anchor the receiving corps for the sophomore Murray.
Reserve: Marquis Maze, Alabama
Alabama will be breaking in a new QB next season, but Nick Saban likes to run pretty balanced offenses. While it appears that the run game will be the Tide's strength next season, Maze is another WR that was overshadowed for the good part of last season. Now, Julio Jones is gone.
Maze had 557 yards at 14.7 yards per catch and three TDs.
So while the QB will be a question mark for for the Tide going into next season, they have steady hands ready to receive.
Reserve: Justin Hunter, Tennessee
This is my first "under-the-radar" selection for the fantasy team. Tennessee will rely on the passing game next season with Bray under center. Hunter, an upcoming sophomore, didn't have very impressive numbers last season, but he has loads of potential.
Hunter finished the season with only 415 yards but at an incredible 25.9 yards per catch average and had seven TDs.
Hunter was clutch last season, and look for his reception numbers—and thus his yardage—to really skyrocket next year.