After watching the first two days of practice, it’s pretty obvious that Baylor’s group of wide receivers is as deep and gifted as ever.
All-American Antwan Goodley and versatile Levi Norwood are seniors who will likely get most of the catches. But sophomore Corey Coleman appears primed for a breakout season while junior Jay Lee and redshirt freshman Quan Jones should make an impact.
Don’t overlook senior Clay Fuller, a tough 27-year-old possession receiver and former pro baseball player.
Baylor’s true freshmen might be the best class of receivers Art Briles has ever brought in.
Davion Hall looks like a star in the making with his 6-2, 200-pound frame and blazing speed. KD Cannon is a smaller, fast receiver in the Kendall Wright mode. Ishmael Zamora and Chris Platt are also fast guys with a lot of potential.
Those guys are going to be exciting to watch and develop in upcoming seasons.