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1. Keevan Lucas, Jr., Tulsa
Lucas, 5-foot-10, 198, was one of the nation's elite wideouts as a true sophomore last year, finishing with 101 catches, 1,219 yards and 11 touchdowns despite playing in an offense that was only occasionally functional. Not only should Lucas improve as he heads into his third season, but the situation around him should be better, as well. Quarterback Dane Evans returns after throwing 23 touchdowns a year ago, and the playcalling will be led by new head coach Philip Montgomery, Baylor's offensive coordinator the last three years. In an uptempo, downfield passing game, Lucas' fantasy value should reach new heights.
2. Corey Davis, Jr., Western Michigan
Although he won't turn 21 until 2016, Davis, 6-3, 205, has already logged two dominant seasons. He had 67 receptions, 941 yards and six scores as a true freshman in 2013 before going off for 78 receptions, 1,408 yards and 15 touchdowns last season. Quarterback Zach Terrell returns after throwing 26 touchdown passes last year, and a strong running game should keep Davis consistently within striking range of the end zone. The only reason Davis isn't the top-ranked wideout is his run-heavy offense, but Davis' success at a young age portends more growth.
3. Tajae Sharpe, Sr., Massachusetts
At 6-4, 200, Sharpe is a big wideout and the clear workhorse of Massachusetts' high-powered passing game. Former Marshall transfer quarterback Blake Frohnapfel returns after averaging more than 330 passing yards per game, leaving Sharpe in position to