Sleepers & Busts: 2014 NCAAF Breakout Threats
Sleepers & Busts: 2014 NCAAF Breakout Threats

This article is part of our Sleepers & Busts series.


AAC

Mekale McKay, WR, Cincinnati

It wasn't long ago that McKay was the top returning receiver for the Arkansas Razorbacks, but he decided to head to Cincinnati after coach Bret Bielema took over Arkansas. Despite playing as the fourth wideout as a transfer last year, McKay somehow scored seven touchdowns and produced 485 yards (30.3 YPC) on just 16 catches. At 6-foot-6, 195 pounds, McKay obviously has rare downfield playmaking skills, and he'll get a much bigger role this year both because it's his second in the Cincinnati program and also because No. 1 Cincinnati wideout Anthony McClung graduated in the offseason. With pocket passer and former No. 1 QB recruit Gunner Kiel taking over the offense, Cincinnati should have its best passing game since Ben Mauk threw for 31 touchdowns in 2007.


Marquez Grayson, RB, East Carolina

Grayson is a complete wildcard at this point, as it's not known whether he'll have any signific

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