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    Default Ranking the 10 Best Receiving Corps for 2019 (Honorable Mention: Minnesota)

    per BR:

    Minnesota Golden Gophers: After setting program records with 1,169 yards and 12 touchdowns last season, Tyler Johnson decided to pass on the NFL to play one more year. He headlines a group that included a pair of breakout freshmen in 2018; Rashod Bateman amassed 704 yards and six scores on 51 catches, and Chris Autman-Bell finished with 449 yards.

    https://bleacherreport.com/articles/...-season#slide1

    Go Gophers!!


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    Considering the black hole the receiver position was here for quite some time even being mentioned on a list like this is impressive. As long as the line holds up and gives whoever is under center time to work I can see huge things for this really talented group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MNVCGUY View Post
    Considering the black hole the receiver position was here for quite some time even being mentioned on a list like this is impressive. As long as the line holds up and gives whoever is under center time to work I can see huge things for this really talented group.
    I still remember that bowl game where Jerry talked up the upcoming WRs for the next season who were red shirting .... I was all "FINALLY"... and not much ever came of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BleedGopher View Post
    per BR:

    Minnesota Golden Gophers: After setting program records with 1,169 yards and 12 touchdowns last season, Tyler Johnson decided to pass on the NFL to play one more year. He headlines a group that included a pair of breakout freshmen in 2018; Rashod Bateman amassed 704 yards and six scores on 51 catches, and Chris Autman-Bell finished with 449 yards.

    https://bleacherreport.com/articles/...-season#slide1

    Go Gophers!!
    what an idiotic article, here's their #5 overall team
    "Michael Pittman Jr. returns after leading the Trojans with 758 yards and six scores in 2018. Amon-Ra St. Brown backed up his hype as a freshman, providing a team-high 60 receptions for 750 yards. He closed the season with a 10-catch performance against Notre Dame.

    Tyler Vaughns didn't quite match his superb freshman campaign yet had 58 receptions, 674 yards and six touchdowns. Velus Jones Jr.—who flirted with a transfer but chose to stay—added 266 yards.

    Throw in 2018 4-star Devon Williams, 5-star Bru McCoy (if eligible), 4-star Kyle Ford and new pass-happy coordinator Graham Harrell for quarterback JT Daniels, and USC should excel through the air. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by A_Slab_of_Bacon View Post
    I still remember that bowl game where Jerry talked up the upcoming WRs for the next season who were red shirting .... I was all "FINALLY"... and not much ever came of that.
    Ah, yes...the fabled trio of Isaiah Gentry, Desmond Gant, and Melvin Holland.

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    Block for the QB and this group makes ESPN often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A_Slab_of_Bacon View Post
    I still remember that bowl game where Jerry talked up the upcoming WRs for the next season who were red shirting .... I was all "FINALLY"... and not much ever came of that.
    LOL. Good Times.


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    The Kill WR corpse, Lightning in a Bottle, The Woz have to be up for top drop rate honors. Any competitors?

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