Post Spring Game Look at Pac 12 Wide Receivers, Ducks at #3


Apr, 27, 2013; Eugene, OR, USA; Oregon Ducks wide receiver Josh Huff (1) before the spring game at Autzen Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Scott Olmos-USA TODAY Sports

It’s time to take a look at the Pac 12 and Wide Receivers as we head into the 2013 College Football Season. Lisa Horne from Bleacher Report shares her thoughts on the subject.

As usual there is a familiar team at the top in USC, but with Matt Barkley graduated and in the NFL, will these talented young men be able to find someone who can get them the ball? Second on the list is Washington. Horne says the Huskies may have a Heisman Darkhorse:

"Austin Seferian-Jenkins may be a Heisman finalist dark horse. He is that good. Last season Seferian-Jenkins had 69 receptions for 852 yards and seven touchdowns."

The third best receiving group in the Pac 12 is Oregon(ranked ahead of Stanford). The Ducks are led by Josh Huff. One thing you may not know is that the Ducks have 16 wideouts on their roster according to Horne. I, personally think you can’t have enough players at that position and if you throw in De’Anthony Thomas. Look Out.

Other notables on her list include Oregon State(5), Utah(7), Stanford(8), Arizona(9) and Colorado at the bottom at 12.

Lisa Horne: Pac-12 Football Post-Spring Wide Receiver Rankings

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