NCAA Football 2011: 10 Wide Receivers Who Could Catch Over 100 Balls in 2011

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NCAA Football 2011: 10 Wide Receivers Who Could Catch Over 100 Balls in 2011
WR Justin Blackmon hauls in a pass against Baylor

The constant turnover in NCAA sports can be as beautiful as it can be frustrating. The most talented athletes may leave your school because of either graduation or an early departure for a big payday at the professional level, but each February, the revolving door of recruitment usually brings in a fresh batch of exciting prep stars eager to prove their mettle at the collegiate level.

As high school football recruits begin the matriculation process towards college and Spring Football continues to draw near, we now have a new crop of talent to assess as these incoming freshmen enter the 2011 Football Bowl Subdivision.

While many of the nation’s top wide receivers from last season just wrapped up a week of running and jumping tests in Indianapolis with hopes of being selected in April’s NFL Draft, we turn our attention to the most talented wideouts who will return for another season in the NCAA.

This slideshow is comprised of 10 wide receivers that stand a legitimate chance of catching 100 or more passes in 2011. Let’s start our tour of the nation’s top returning talent in Stillwater, Oklahoma….

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