Adam Humphries is No. 9

We're into the top 10 of our countdown and up first is the first of the final three wide receivers -- junior Adam Humphries

CUTigers continues the list of the 25 players we think will have the most productive seasons in 2013.

No. 9

WR Adam Humphries, Junior
Most folks overlooked Humphries back when he was signed in 2011. The focus was on his four-star teammate, Charone Peake.

The Resume

Humphries proved during his first preseason camp that he wasn't just a throw-in for Peake. In 258 snaps as a freshman, he caught 15 passes for 130 yards. Humphries appeared in every game and even made two starts.

A three-game starter last season, Humphries' plays increased to 458. His numbers improved, too. He caught 41 passes for 280 yards and a touchdown.

Moving Forward

Humphries exited spring as the starter at the 2-position, the spot he backed up Sammy Watkins for each of the last two seasons. With Watkins' move to the 9-position, DeAndre Hopkins' old spot, it was just Humphries and Germone Hopper during the spring.

Incoming freshman Kyrin Priester could play the position once he gets on campus.

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11. Chandler Catanzaro
12. D.J. Reader
13. Grady Jarrett
14. Josh Watson
15. Tyler Shatley
16. Charone Peake
17. Bashaud Breeland
18. Ryan Norton
19. Corey Crawford
20. Mackensie Alexander
21. Robert Smith
22. Jordan Leggett
23. Quandon Christian
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