October 29, 2011; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Southern California Trojans wide receiver Robert Woods (2) runs the ball against the Stanford Cardinal during the first half at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-US PRESSWIRE

Top 6 Wide Receivers in the Pac-12

1. Robert Woods

Woods in my mind is clearly the best WR in this conference.  Expect him to put up the same kind of numbers that he did last year. (1,292 yards & 15 TDS)  Also, a pretty effective KR and PR. He’s gotta be healthy in order for USC to try and get back to the BCS title game. Woods is coming off a great season but he also hurt his angle at the end of last year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nov 26, 2011; Seattle, WA, USA; Washington State Cougars wide receiver Marquess Wilson (86) and Washington State Cougars tight end Andrei Lintz (87) celebrate after Wilson scores a touchdown in the 2nd half against the Washington Huskies at CenturyLink Field. Washington defeated Washington State 38-21. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-US PRESSWIRE

2.Marquess Wilson 

Here’s a name, everybody loves. Our own Marquess Wilson. Only reason, He’s not better than Woods is because he still needs to clear up some things in his game before I can say he is. But Wilson is very very talented. Wilson had 1,388 receiving yards last year with 12 Touchdowns. Of course with Mike Leach as his head coach, Wilson may put up better numbers this season. Wilson is a big receiver but with a slender frame but with excellent speed. Very shocking to believe he was only a 3-star coming out of High School.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oct 22, 2011; San Francisco CA, USA; California Golden Bears wide receiver Keenan Allen (21) leaps over Utah Utes defensive back Mo Lee (5) during the second quarter at AT

3. Keenan Allen

Allen is a very big wide receiver at 6’3” 205 pounds. Allen is a very good receiver and puts up very good numbers but with a sub par QB in Maynard. Allen had 98 receptions and 1,343 yards. One of the best NFL prospects in college football this season. Allen is a very dangerous WR that is overlooked by most of the country.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oct 13, 2011; San Francisco CA, USA; Southern California Trojans wide receiver Marqise Lee (9) reaches across the goal line to score a touchdown against the California Golden Bears during the second quarter at AT

4.Marquise Lee 

Was only a Freshman this past season and had a very good year and is already considered one of the top WR’s in the country. Lee had 73 catches last season along with 1,143 yards. Lee will be more of a household name and Woods and Lee has to be one of the most dangerous WR’s duo’s in the nation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nov 26, 2011; Eugene, OR, USA; Oregon State Beavers wide receiver Markus Wheaton (2) against the Oregon Ducks during the first half at Autzen Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jim Z. Rider-US PRESSWIRE

5. Markus Wheaton

Wheaton will be a Senior this upcoming season and is coming off a solid Junior campaign. Last season, Wheaton had 73 receptions and 986 yards. Wheaton is one of the players that I think will breakout this season. But, that will only happen if Mannion continues to grow and cleans up on his interceptions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nov 26, 2011; Seattle, WA, USA; Washington Huskies wide receiver Kasen Williams (2) jumps over Washington State Cougars cornerback Nolan Washington (2) during the 1st half at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-US PRESSWIRE

6. Kasen Williams 

UW fans have a lot to be excited about at Washington. Kasen didn’t put up Marquess Wilson numbers in his Freshman season. He had 36 receptions and 427 yards with 6 TD’S to go with that. Very solid season. Kasen will have to get the ball a lot more at UW, If he’s going to put up huge numbers. Kasen’s added on some pounds this off-season and is ready to shine for the Huskies. He’s another guy to watch out for this season.

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