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Spring Preview: Wide Receivers

Johnson has a chance to build on big freshman year

Part four of our spring preview series turns the spotlight on the wide receivers, probably the deepest position on the entire roster. With playmakers up and down the depth chart, the main question is who the two starters will be once the season starts against BYU in September…

The Players: Jr. Jermaine Kearse; Jr. Devin Aguilar; So. James Johnson; Sr. D'Andre Goodwin; Jr. Cody Bruns; Jr. Jordan Polk; So. Luther Leonard The Questions: Will this unit be able to build on a huge 2009 season? Does Washington have more talent, top to bottom, at receiver than anyone in the conference? Kearse, Aguilar and Johnson came into their own in 2009 and were a big reason that Locker...

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