ACC Position Rankings: Top 10 Wide Receivers for 2015

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Aug 30, 2014; Blacksburg, VA, USA; Virginia Tech Hokies running back Joel Caleb (15) runs onto the field before the game against the William & Mary Tribe at Lane Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports


  •  Dontez Ford – Pittsburgh Panthers – Redshirt Junior

Ford is a player with incredible potential. He transferred to the Panthers in 2013 from Syracuse and played sparingly in 2014. He started in three of the 13 games an hauled in three receptions for 50 yards and a single touchdown.

Dontez has shown flashes through the spring and early portions of the fall and will assume the WR1 position week one against Youngstown State with the one game suspension to teammate Tyler Boyd.

  • George Campbell – Florida State – Freshman

Campbell is widely regarded around the country as being one of the few underclassmen who could easily, and I mean easily, break-out in his first season in a Seminole uniform. Recruited out of high school as a five-star player, he was rated as the second best player at his position in the country as a senior at East Lake high school in Tarpon Springs, Florida.

  • James Quick – Louisville – Junior

Quick was third on the Cardinals team with 36 receptions, 566 yards, and three touchdowns in 2014. He was on the field in 12 games and was a viable option for quarterback Reggie Bonnafon. He has the opportunity to become a game changer at the receiver position for the Cardinals if he can stay composed and be serious about the game. Keep your eyes on Quick to have a decent season and to make moves in the rankings.

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