To start, look no further than the Frog receivers.
All of them return from last year and yet, still there are no senior
wideouts on the roster.
Jeremy Kerley (5-10, 192, Jr.) has big play ability,
gaining 77 yards rushing in their "Wild Frog" formation against BYU in 2008.
Kerley has 38 receptions for 467 yards and two touchdowns.
He has incredible moves in picking up huge chunks of
yardage after the catch. This ability to run to daylight has helped him become
one of the nation's top punt returners.
Nowhere is this better exhibited than highlight reel touchdowns against
Colorado State and
Jimmy Young (6-1, 204, Jr.) was just 12 yards short of
recording a 1,000-yard season last year. Young
grabbed 59 passes last year, fourth on the single-season list at TCU.
Young's 988 receiving yards is second best all-time.
Young had four 100-yard games last year, led by a record 226-yard effort
that also included three touchdown catches against
Young missed most of spring practice with an injury and has
29 receptions for 449 yards and three scores this season.
Nevertheless, he is a dangerous receiver with speed to burn.
Bart Johnson (6-0, 195, Jr.) had 15 catches last year but
has doubled that production with 30 catches for 398 yards and two touchdowns.
Antoine Hicks (6-2, 200, So.) has been the biggest scoring
threat of the group, finding the end zone six times.
He has 19 receptions for 433 yards and his 22.8 yards-per-catch average
leads the team.
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