Robert Woods - 87 (79)
Woods burst onto the scene last year and took home freshman All-American honors. He is poised for another breakout season and his rating is a little low compared to his talent levels. He catches everything and is Barkley's favorite target. In practices and scrimmages there is Woods and everyone else.
Brice Butler - 84 (87)
Butler almost left the team in February but after talking with Head Coach Lane Kiffin he decided to return, and in Fall Camp has turned into someone completely different as beat writer Michael Lev points out. His rating took a hit but was expected after only having 112 yards, nine catches and one touchdown.
Juron Criner who was an All-American last year for Arizona was thought to miss this season but has returned and will be once again one of the best receivers in the country. He is rated 92. Marvin Jones is Cal's top playmaker rated at 88, but they have the worst ranked quarterback in the Pac-12. James Rodgers, who was granted a medical redshirt last season, is an All-American with a 93 rating.
Speedster Chris Owusu of Stanford is rated 88. Taylor Embree (87) and Nelson Rosario (86) are UCLA's top wideouts. Huskies Senior Jermaine Kearse is rated 92. Marques Wilson of Washington State, who led all freshman in receiving yards last season, is rated 86.
Brandon Carswell - 83
George Farmer - 79
Kyle Prater - 78 (80)
Victor Blackwell - 73
Markeith Ambles - 69
If and only if Prater ditches the injury bug he will shine. He was the top-rated wide receiver in last year's recruiting class (ahead of Woods) but redshirted due to injury. He is tall at 6'5" and again with a redshirt year his rating should not take a hit.
Carswell is the only Senior and will not wow you but does all of the little things right, especially blocking. Farmer has been dubbed the next coming of Woods as an incoming freshman and will look to duplicate his season. A rating of 79 as a freshman is spot on. Blackwell is rated correctly at 73 and will most likely redshirt, but Ambles' rating of 69 is porous and deserves to be in the mid-70s.