Top 12 College Football Wide Receivers for 2009
Please enjoy the list of the College Football Wide Receivers according to my Expert knowledge as an Expert Handicapper.
1. Dez Bryant (Oklahoma State) â€“ without question the leading WR going in to 2009.
2. Dez Briscoe (Kansas) â€“ another physical mismatch with a strong QB in Todd Reesing and a well-schooled system under the tutelage of Mark Mangino.
3. Aldrick Robinson (SMU) â€“ my expert NFL gut says Robinson will be more productive as Emmanuel Sanders who will be asked to play some defense in addition to his WR duties.
4. Detron Lewis (Texas Tech) the Red Raiders always have a wide out in the Top Ten, my pick for 2009 is Lewis.
5.DeAndre Brown (Southern Mississippi) With Larry Fedora at the helm and Austin Davis returning at QB, Brown should be a lock for the 100-1000-10 goal of a top ten WR.
6. Tyron Carrier (Houston) Player came out of nowhere in his freshman season to lead Houston in receiving position. Good Expert Picks!
7. Jordan Shipley (Texas) I wonder if sophisticated Malcolm Williams possesses a stronger wide out skill set, but senior Shipley's friendship with QB Colt McCoy weighs heavily on McCoy's confidence to throw the ball up for Shipley. Knowledge!
8. Damian Williams (USC) Good work with new QB Mark Sanchez in 2008 but either Aaron Corp or Matt Barkley have even fewer starts on their CV than Sanchez did. In fact, they have as many college starts at QB.
9. Mackay Jacobsen (BYU) Why, as an Expert handicapper believe this is the position for this player. While on a Mormon mission can slow down an athlete (see Olson, Ben), Jacobsen steps back into BYU after his two-year stint in Japan.
10. Eric Decker (Minnesota) the senior Decker spent the winter and spring as an integral part of the Golden Gopher's, but his hands also dedicated to its beloved football. Expert Handicapper!
11. Marshawn Gilyard (Cincinnati) Excellent returning wide receiver in the Bearcat offense (Marcus Barnett spent the spring at CB) will have the best working relationship with QB Tony Pike, Hope my point of view could go well with your knowledge.
12. Carlos Singleton (MEM) Here's my expert pick, my official over-reach with a 6-6 plus wide out! Happens every season (see Vickers, BJ) Go back to 2005 and QB Arkelon Hall was an Elite 11 QB and ballyhooed as a savior of Washington State football. 2008 returned him to the football scene as the starter at Memphis and year two should be much better.