I previewed Ohio State's running backs last week, now it's time to take a look at how DeVier Posey and the Buckeye receivers will fair during the 2011 season.
It's well known that DeVier Posey is Ohio State's star wideout, but outside of Posey—the Buckeyes are loaded with young, unproven receivers. That's not to say this new crop of receivers won't be good—in fact, I think they could prove to be great.
Ohio State, on paper, possess an elite mix of speed and size at the receiving position, with guys that can get open deep, or make a play in the middle.
This is about as hard a group of receivers in the country to rank, as Ohio State is about nine players deep at receiver and they're all capable of beating the player out in front of them.
This was a tough list to compile because of that fact, but I feel strongly that these five guys will have the most production by seasons end.