88 Jarrett Hicks, RSSR, (63, 210), 23 starts,
2002 recruiting class
-Career TD leader and could reach 30 for a career this season.
-He should be career yardage leader by the 5th or 6th game, maybe sooner.
-His 2002 season was the 2nd best single season a WR had at Tech
4 Todd Walker, SO, (61, 179), 2005 recruiting class
-Todd was a speeding QB in HS who enrolled in the spring and played as a true FR, mainly at KR. He should get some good playing time early and he needs to make the most of it.
85 Chris Cunigan, RSFR, (62, 170), 2005 recruiting class
-He was a mid level recruit with a lot of potential.
20 Danny Amendola, JR, (510, 181), 9 starts,
2004 recruiting class
-He was heralded as the second coming of Wes, which was setting the bar too high.
-He made the occasional great catch, but spend most the game out of sight. He lost the starting spot for 2 games to LA Reed.
12 Eric Morris, RSSO, (58, 178), 2004 recruiting class
-Small, athletic recruit who made a lot of exciting plays in HS. He didnt show that much last season, but didnt get much of a chance.
Thomas Bachman, JR, TR WO
-He was a blue chip WR with three 1000 yard receiving seasons at a big name HS. He played as a true FR but was unremarkable and then his career ended with a turf toe injury. Well he is back as a walkon with who knows what to expect.
9 Robert Johnson, RSSR, (62, 202), 10 starts,
2004 recruiting class
-5 star JUCO QB recruit, who just couldnt pick up the scheme at QB
-RS to learn the WR position and was the Big 12 Newcomer of the year
-Last spring, it became apparent he could make some plays for us if he got the ball in space and boy did he.
86 L.A. Reed, RSSO, (62, 190), 2 starts, 2004 recruiting class
-He was a project recruit Leach just couldnt pass on and arent we glad he didnt? He made the most of his opportunity until the Cotton Bowl. He could push for starting time again.
Grant Walker, RSJR, TR
-No idea what to expect.
8 Joel Filani, RSSR,(63, 222), 13, 2002 recruiting class
2 Catron Houston, SO, (511, 183), 2005 recruiting class
-Leach played him unexpectedly last season and at the time it looked like a bad decision, but now with Brandon Douglas leaving, we at least have a backup who has seen the D1 speed. LA Reed or Chris Cunnigan could move over here too.
Thomas Bachman is probably the only WO with a chance to play this year and no newbie is going to see the field.