Wide Receiver Rankings: Blackmon's the Best
Wide Receiver Rankings: Blackmon's the Best

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2011 WIDE RECEIVER RANKINGS


1. Justin Blackmon, Jr., Oklahoma State

The loss of offensive coordinator Dana Holgorsen is definitely a concern, but it'd take a real daredevil to rank Blackmon anywhere but No. 1 after he totaled 1,859 yards and 22 touchdowns last year. His performance last season was one of the absolute best ever by a college receiver – no one could come close to stopping him. His worst game last year saw him total eight catches for 105 yards and a touchdown.

2. Lance Lewis, Sr., East Carolina

The former junior college transfer brings BCS talent to East Carolina's Conference-USA schedule, an explosive combination when you factor in the team's Texas Tech-style offense. Even with Dwayne Harris pulling in 101 catches for 1,123 yards and ...

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