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Juniors: Kenny Stills, Jaz Reynolds, Trey Franks,
Sophomores: Kameel Jackson, Justin McCay
Freshman: Trey Metoyer, Sterling Shepard, Durron Neal, Derrick Brooks
The 2012 Sooners will feature only one senior in the skill position unit (WR, RB, TE) and walk-on transfer running back Dom Whaley isn't high on experience himself.
The Sooners have been stockpiling talented receivers over the 2010-2012 recruiting classes and now that the offense's go-to Ryan Broyles is no longer a Sooner, the depth chart is wide open.
Kenny Stills will likely be the No. 1 guy next year, but after that the position battles will be heated during the offseason.
Jaz Reynolds showed off his impressive hands this season, but the only consistent aspect to his game was his ability to get in trouble. Guys like that don't last long under Bob Stoops.
Trey Franks displayed his athleticism on end-arounds, kick returns and catching balls in 2011 and will hopefully play a bigger role on the team in 2012.
Kameel Jackson, a freshman this year, is the only other receiver to record a catch on the 2012 roster. Fellow freshman Justin McCay was talked up before the season, but never saw the light of day. His 6'2", 209-pound frame make him the largest of next year's receiver crop, however.
The 2012 recruiting class has four receivers in it so far. Trey Metoyer, Sterling Shepard, Durron Neal and Derrick Brooks are all four-star recruits with a chance at catching balls next year. 6'6" 220-pound Dorial Green-Beckham is the nation's top receiver prospect and reportedly has the Sooners in his final three.