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GeauxJoeGeaux
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Wide Receiver Depth Chart
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I did one of these for the OL, I think we can all agree that the OL has a ton of depth, but maybe not a ton of star power.

That's not the case here.

This position is loaded with depth, and a ton of star power.

Jefferson has established himself as the clear #1, and he has earned it, but dat boy better not rest on his laurels, because there are a lot of hungry players here.

I have Jefferson and Anderson as the starters, but I want to put Chase in as well becuase I foresee a lot of 3 WR formations for this offense.

So I will say Jefferson Anderson Chase
then Sullivan Marshall and Dillon

Not trying to be a debbie downer but Lee and Palmer may have no choice but to redshirt, the good thing is they can still see action in games like Utah St and NW St.

It is kind of crazy how deep this position is. I honestly expected attrition from OL and WR moreso than any other position group.


What are yalls best guesses?


Mr6daveyobrians
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re: Wide Receiver Depth Chart
Starters will almost certainly be Jefferson Chase Marshall


crewdepoo
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re: Wide Receiver Depth Chart
Chase is the best talent. If he doesn’t play this year it’s on the coach. Waste too much talent at the wr position


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nicholastiger
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re: Wide Receiver Depth Chart
Jefferson and Chase no doubt starters

Marshall should but still needs to prove it on field

Anderson always looks the part, I think he's ready for major breakout sr year

Jenkins made a few plays in spring game, probably needs to wait his turn

Dillon, Sullivan and McMath all flash at times but need more consistency, Sullivan is huge mismatch but needs to hold onto the ball

Palmer and Lee incoming will need be raw and just depends on how quickly they learn the offense. Palmer is a little on the light side right now as well so how effective will he be against SEC DB's, it usually takes time for the fr whose heads will be spinning during fall camp.

Giles - not sure where he fits in


crewdepoo
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re: Wide Receiver Depth Chart
Sullivan will be wr3/4. Dee could be 1-6 in the depth chart depending on where his head is


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Captain Crown
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re: Wide Receiver Depth Chart
I would like to see Jefferson,Chase,Marshall and Anderson.


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Buckeye Jeaux
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re: Wide Receiver Depth Chart
Devonta Lee looks NFL-ready, not just SEC-ready.

Gotta believe he is studying his assignments like a professional in the off-season.


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mgdtiger
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re: Wide Receiver Depth Chart
Starters will be
Jefferson, Chase and Sullivan. With Sullivan more of a flex TE. If we bring in a 4th WR then either Marshall or Anderson. But we have a lot of depth.

Jefferson and Chase are the clear cut 1 and 2 and will get most reps. From listening to reports they are trying to do a lot of things with Chase.


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tarzana
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re: Wide Receiver Depth Chart
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Giles-not sure

I feel Giles returns to his Texas Tech form. He'll surprise lots of people this fall.


TigerFan55555
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re: Wide Receiver Depth Chart
Its Jefferson, Chase, And Marshall 3 wide

Jefferson Chase, Marshall, Anderson 4 wide

Jefferson, Chase, Marshall, Sullivan as Flex TE

Jefferson, Chase, Marshall, Anderson, Sullivan as 5 Wide


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tigersbb
Member since Oct 2012
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re: Wide Receiver Depth Chart
Going to be running deep corp otalented receivers in and out against some tired defensive backs. Air Orgeron about to be unleashed.


RogerTheShrubber
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re: Wide Receiver Depth Chart
Don't sleep on McMath. He's physical as hell and might end up being the go to guy at possession time.


Yewkindewit
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re: Wide Receiver Depth Chart
DVed by accident due to fat finger on an iPad. UV for sure!


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GeauxJoeGeaux
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re: Wide Receiver Depth Chart
What makes you so certain Marshall starts?


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UnluckyTiger
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re: Wide Receiver Depth Chart
Chase is our next Odell.


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GeauxJoeGeaux
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re: Wide Receiver Depth Chart
I would like to see this if for no other reason, who doesn't love a comeback story.

Heck, look at TIGER yesterday. Wouldn't it be great see another Tiger make a comeback?

I don't expect it, especially with so many others waiting to prove their worth, but if he does, thats awesome, another tool in the arsenal for Burrow.


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GeauxJoeGeaux
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re: Wide Receiver Depth Chart
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Jefferson, Chase, Marshall, Anderson, Sullivan as 5 Wide



Bayouboi25
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re: Wide Receiver Depth Chart
I seriously think Devonta Lee can break into the lineup he’s better than Sullivan


TigerFanFromBama
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re: Wide Receiver Depth Chart
Just my opinion

Jefferson, Chase, Marshall, Anderson, Dillon/Sullivan

I really like Anderson and I wish we could get him the ball more. Sullivan hasnt showed me much for him to be 6'6-7". i think he has separation issues. You cant ignore Dillon's speed and the plays he made against Auburn and UCF.


GeauxJoeGeaux
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Member since Apr 2019
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re: Wide Receiver Depth Chart
Yes Anderson Sullivan and Dillon are seniors this year. this is quite literally now or never. Does that make them elevate their game to a level we have not seen yet? I sure hope so.


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