Kameron Uter and Jaylan Barbour Will Not Enroll at Wake Forest

Frederick Breedon

The wide receiver depth chart will not be as deep as originally anticipated.

Wake Forest learned this week that two of their 2014 football recruits will not be enrolling at the university. Kameron Uter, the 880th best player in the 2014 recruiting class, has signed a contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers organization and will immediately begin pursuing a career in professional baseball. Uter was scheduled to play both football and baseball for the Demon Deacons. Jaylan Barbour was released from his national letter of intent, and will be playing collegiate football at Appalachian State University. This further shows why Wake Forest offered Alex Bauchman and has so aggressively pursued other 2015 wide receivers.

Wake Forest is now looking at a receiver depth chart that is as follows:

Slot Receivers

X & Z Receivers
The receiving unit has talent, but just a few injuries could lead to disaster for what is already expected to be a rebuilding offense. Cortez Lewis is now almost certainly going to have to play as a true freshman. Blogger So Dear will be covering some August practices and will pay close attention to the receiving corps.
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