What follows is a look at how these draft-eligible wideouts fared against Tennessee last season:
GAME 3: Baker caught four passes for 54 yards and two touchdowns against the Vols. His four-yard TD catch in the third quarter narrowed a 17-7 deficit to 17-14, then his 21-yard scoring grab with six minutes left turned a 20-14 deficit into a 21-20 Gator victory.
GAME 3: Cornelius caught two passes for 29 yards but one produced a 21-yard touchdown that gave the Gators a 7-0 first-quarter lead.
GAME 8: Rice caught three passes for 52 yards against the Vols with a long of 29 yards. He also gained six yards on an end-around play.
GAME 9: Bowe caught six passes for 89 yards vs. Tennessee with a long play of 36 yards. He caught a five-yard touchdown pass that narrowed a 17-7 deficit to 17-14 in the third quarter.
GAME 9: Davis caught three passes for 42 yards against the Vols, including a 23-yard touchdown grab that gave LSU a 7-0 second-quarter lead. He also returned one punt four yards.
(NOTE: Several of the best wide receivers Tennessee faced last fall – Cal's DeSean Jackson, LSU's Early Doucet, Alabama's D.J. Hall, Arkansas's Marcus Monk and Vanderbilt's Earl Bennett – are not included in this exercise because they still have eligibility remaining.)