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Wake Forest Football: Wide Receivers Depth Chart

I talked with Mark Rogers about the Wake Forest wide receiver situation.

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Wake Forest was extremely young at the wide receiver position last season, but there was clearly talent there. Dave Clawson and his staff focused heavily on skill position players in the 2015 recruiting class, and it paid off last year. What can we expect out of the wide receivers this year?

I believe that wide receiver/tight end is Wake Forest's strongest positional unit. Even though they are still incredibly young at the position (the three best receivers will either be true or redshirt freshmen), I still believe that it's the best. If the Wake Forest offensive line can protect the quarterback long enough to get these receivers the ball in space, then Wake Forest should have a much more explosive offense in 2016. I talked with Mark Rogers about who I believe will break out this season and have a big impact.

Many thanks to Mark for taking the time to discuss the Wake Forest receiver situation. He does a fantastic job covering all things college football, and I'd strongly encourage you to follow him on Twitter @MarkRogersTV and check out his YouTube channel.