Catching Fire

Besides Diggs, these receivers should break through in 2014
September 15, 2014

RICKY SEALS-JONES

Fr., Texas A&M

6'5", 235 pounds

A year after knee surgery he can use his hulking, athletic frame to be quarterback Kenny Hill's version of Mike Evans.

GENO LEWIS

Soph., Penn State

6'1", 199 pounds

Lewis put in extra time honing his route running this spring. He's a tremendous leaper with strong hands.

D'HAQUILLE WILLIAMS

Jr., Auburn

6'2", 216 pounds

Tigers assistant Dameyune Craig calls the juco transfer a "once-in-a-lifetime player." He'll thrive in an up-tempo attack.

JUJU SMITH

Fr., USC

6'2", 210 pounds

He had 123 yards in his debut, against Fresno State. Smith's breakaway speed makes him deadly after the catch.

PHOTOBILL FRAKES/SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (SEALS-JONES) PHOTOMATTHEW O'HAREN/USA TODAY SPORTS (LEWIS) PHOTOJULIE BENNETT/AL.COM/LANDOV (WILLIAMS) PHOTOJOHN W. MCDONOUGH/SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (SMITH)

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