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2018 SEC West WR Returning Receiving Yards
« on: July 05, 2018, 06:25:03 am »

Here are the number of returning WR's and team receiving yards for the 2018 season. We aren't at the top, but we certainly aren't at the bottom either.

SEC West Returning WR Receiving Yards

Arkansas
10 WR’s, 1695 receiving yards, 3 over 400 yards (539, 404 and 401). Losses: None

Ole Miss
6 WR’s, 3,117 receiving yards, 4 over 400 yards (1252, 456, 698 and 646). Losses: Bledsoe, Jones, Luke, Pack, Jefferson, Nixon (3 starts, 50 receptions, 542 yds, 1 TD)

Auburn
10 WR’s, 2814 receiving yards, 3 over 400 yards (815, 643 and 525). Note: Both Will Hastings and Eli Stove went down with ACL’s in the Spring but are expected back for the season. Losses: Stovall, Davis (5 starts, 7 receptions, 210 yds, 0 TD's)

LSU
10 WR’s, 1713 receiving yards, only 1 over 400 yards and that is Jonathan Giles (a Texas Tech transfer who sat out last season and had 1,158 receiving yards at Texas Tech in 2016). Without him they return just 555 receiving yards. Losses: Chark, Gage (11 starts, 61 receptions, 1159 yds, 6 TD's)

Miss State
8 WR’s, 1,180 receiving yards, 0 over 400 yards. Losses: Gray, Myles (13 starts, 33 receptions, 304 yds, 5 TD's)

Texas A&M
8 WR’s, 746 receiving yards, 1 over 400 yards (556). Losses: Damion Ratley, Christian Kirk (22 starts, 96 receptions, 1553 yds, 16 TD's)

Alabama
9 WR’s, 711 receiving yards, 0 over 400 yards. Losses: Foster, Sims, Calvin Ridley (36 starts, 91 receptions, 1348 yds, 7 TD's)
 

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Re: 2018 SEC West WR Returning Receiving Yards
« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2018, 06:49:47 am »

Here are the number of returning WR's and team receiving yards for the 2018 season. We aren't at the top, but we certainly aren't at the bottom either.

SEC West Returning WR Receiving Yards

Arkansas
10 WR’s, 1695 receiving yards, 3 over 400 yards (539, 404 and 401).

Ole Miss
6 WR’s, 3,117 receiving yards, 4 over 400 yards (1252, 456, 698 and 646).

Auburn
10 WR’s, 2814 receiving yards, 3 over 400 yards (815, 643 and 525). Note: Both Will Hastings and Eli Stove went down with ACL’s in the Spring but are expected back for the season.

LSU
10 WR’s, 1713 receiving yards, only 1 over 400 yards and that is Jonathan Giles (a Texas Tech transfer who sat out last season and had 1,158 receiving yards at Texas Tech in 2016). Without him they return just 555 receiving yards.

Miss State
8 WR’s, 1,180 receiving yards, 0 over 400 yards.

Texas A&M
8 WR’s, 746 receiving yards, 1 over 400 yards (556).

Alabama
9 WR’s, 711 receiving yards, 0 over 400 yards.


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Simply more proof one doesn’t have to have a pass happy all the time offense to be successful. Gotta have talent all around the team.
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Re: 2018 SEC West WR Returning Receiving Yards
« Reply #2 on: July 05, 2018, 07:49:33 am »

Jared Cornelius’s 515 yards in 2016 brings the total to 2210 yards and 4 returning 400 yard receivers. 

Brandon Martin and Jeremy Patton have high ceilings. Cheyenne O’Grady may have a breakthrough year.

This offense has some weapons.
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Re: 2018 SEC West WR Returning Receiving Yards
« Reply #3 on: July 05, 2018, 04:47:15 pm »

Jared Cornelius’s 515 yards in 2016 brings the total to 2210 yards and 4 returning 400 yard receivers. 

Brandon Martin and Jeremy Patton have high ceilings. Cheyenne O’Grady may have a breakthrough year.

This offense has some weapons.
Don’t think Martin will be on the roster this fall.
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Re: 2018 SEC West WR Returning Receiving Yards
« Reply #4 on: July 05, 2018, 06:24:20 pm »

Jared Cornelius’s 515 yards in 2016 brings the total to 2210 yards and 4 returning 400 yard receivers. 

Brandon Martin and Jeremy Patton have high ceilings. Cheyenne O’Grady may have a breakthrough year.

This offense has some weapons.

I might add this, which is sometimes overlooked.

SEC West WR Rushing Numbers Returning for 2018

School          # of Players     Rush Att      Net Rush Yds      Avg P/Rush        Rush TD's
ARK                    5                 55                 432                 7.9                    1
ALA                    1                  2                   8                   4.0                    0
AUB                    2                 31                 326                10.5                   2 (30 carries, 315 yds and 2 TD's by Eli Stove, out with ACL)
LSU                    3                 18                  95                  5.3                    0
OLM                   0                  0                    0                   0.0                    0
MSU                   3                  6                   29                  4.8                    0
A&M                   0                  0                    0                   0.0                    0

I know that some think that we don't have as good of a Receiving crew as we should have, but I think we have more talent than many realize. It's one thing catching a ball in traffic (yes, important), but it is quite another thing when you are handed the ball behind the LOS and expected to make a play, especially last year. That is having to "make a play in space", but behind the LOS, which makes it even more difficult.

If we can pass block (OL, RB and TE) and give our QB and Receivers time and get the WR's the ball, they have the ability to make YAC. If you can do it behind the LOS, you can certainly do it on the other side of the LOS where you have to counter fewer defenders in a less compressed area.
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Re: 2018 SEC West WR Returning Receiving Yards
« Reply #5 on: July 05, 2018, 08:49:20 pm »

I might add this, which is sometimes overlooked.

SEC West WR Rushing Numbers Returning for 2018

School          # of Players     Rush Att      Net Rush Yds      Avg P/Rush        Rush TD's
ARK                    5                 55                 432                 7.9                    1
ALA                    1                  2                   8                   4.0                    0
AUB                    2                 31                 326                10.5                   2 (30 carries, 315 yds and 2 TD's by Eli Stove, out with ACL)
LSU                    3                 18                  95                  5.3                    0
OLM                   0                  0                    0                   0.0                    0
MSU                   3                  6                   29                  4.8                    0
A&M                   0                  0                    0                   0.0                    0

I know that some think that we don't have as good of a Receiving crew as we should have, but I think we have more talent than many realize. It's one thing catching a ball in traffic (yes, important), but it is quite another thing when you are handed the ball behind the LOS and expected to make a play, especially last year. That is having to "make a play in space", but behind the LOS, which makes it even more difficult.

If we can pass block (OL, RB and TE) and give our QB and Receivers time and get the WR's the ball, they have the ability to make YAC. If you can do it behind the LOS, you can certainly do it on the other side of the LOS where you have to counter fewer defenders in a less compressed area.

I think you hit the nail on the head with the line " If we can pass block". That is the key to this offense, or any offense for that matter.
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Re: 2018 SEC West WR Returning Receiving Yards
« Reply #6 on: July 05, 2018, 09:02:44 pm »

I think you hit the nail on the head with the line " If we can pass block". That is the key to this offense, or any offense for that matter.

Well there isn't going to be a lot of standing around and draining the 3.5 second clock waiting for the QB to get rid of the ball in this offense. If there is, something is wrong given this particular scheme. I fully expect that Sacks Allowed will be reduced by at least 1/3 this coming season. Maybe more. I think that the bigger question will be WR's/TE's bending routes between coverage and the QB's delivering the ball. I also feel confident that our run game will be stronger this year.

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Re: 2018 SEC West WR Returning Receiving Yards
« Reply #7 on: July 05, 2018, 09:06:51 pm »

The two big 6'4" receivers added this year will make the difference.
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Re: 2018 SEC West WR Returning Receiving Yards
« Reply #8 on: July 06, 2018, 05:27:55 pm »

The two big 6'4" receivers added this year will make the difference.

Who would that be?
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Re: 2018 SEC West WR Returning Receiving Yards
« Reply #9 on: July 06, 2018, 06:42:59 pm »

Don’t think Martin will be on the roster this fall.

what makes you say that?
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Re: 2018 SEC West WR Returning Receiving Yards
« Reply #10 on: July 06, 2018, 08:47:09 pm »

The two big 6'4" receivers added this year will make the difference.

Again, who are you speaking of?
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Re: 2018 SEC West WR Returning Receiving Yards
« Reply #11 on: July 08, 2018, 07:17:36 am »

I updated this in the OP with the losses that each team experiences at WR in terms of starts, receptions, receiving yards and receiving TD's from last season.

Arkansas, Auburn, Ole Miss and Miss State are the teams that experience the least impact from dismissals/transfers, graduation or the NFL Draft.

Biggest losses: LSU loses Chark (40 for 874 and 3 TD's), Alabama loses Calvin Ridley (63 for 967 and 5 TD's) and A&M loses both Ratley (30 for 694 and 6 TD's) and Christian Kirk (66 for 859 and 10 TD's).

I am certainly happy to finally see Ridley and Kirk gone from the SEC West.
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Re: 2018 SEC West WR Returning Receiving Yards
« Reply #12 on: July 08, 2018, 07:38:00 am »

Jared Cornelius’s 515 yards in 2016 brings the total to 2210 yards and 4 returning 400 yard receivers. 

Brandon Martin and Jeremy Patton have high ceilings. Cheyenne O’Grady may have a breakthrough year.

This offense has some weapons.
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Re: 2018 SEC West WR Returning Receiving Yards
« Reply #13 on: July 08, 2018, 08:02:32 am »

Well there isn't going to be a lot of standing around and draining the 3.5 second clock waiting for the QB to get rid of the ball in this offense. If there is, something is wrong given this particular scheme. I fully expect that Sacks Allowed will be reduced by at least 1/3 this coming season. Maybe more. I think that the bigger question will be WR's/TE's bending routes between coverage and the QB's delivering the ball. I also feel confident that our run game will be stronger this year.

I know what you saying about QBs getting rid of the ball quicker but I did not see that in the Spring so I am hoping Kelley and Storey get better at getting the ball out of their hands or they are replaced with some one who can.
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Re: 2018 SEC West WR Returning Receiving Yards
« Reply #14 on: July 08, 2018, 08:04:24 am »

I updated this in the OP with the losses that each team experiences at WR in terms of starts, receptions, receiving yards and receiving TD's from last season.

Arkansas, Auburn, Ole Miss and Miss State are the teams that experience the least impact from dismissals/transfers, graduation or the NFL Draft.

Biggest losses: LSU loses Chark (40 for 874 and 3 TD's), Alabama loses Calvin Ridley (63 for 967 and 5 TD's) and A&M loses both Ratley (30 for 694 and 6 TD's) and Christian Kirk (66 for 859 and 10 TD's).

I am certainly happy to finally see Ridley and Kirk gone from the SEC West.

But don't these teams mentioned recruit very well and lets face it great WRs come in from HS ready to play.   
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Re: 2018 SEC West WR Returning Receiving Yards
« Reply #15 on: July 08, 2018, 08:13:32 am »

Chase Harrel is a 6-4 grad transfer and I believe there is a Juco walkon transfer that is also 6-3 to 6-4
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Re: 2018 SEC West WR Returning Receiving Yards
« Reply #16 on: July 08, 2018, 08:14:47 am »

I know what you saying about QBs getting rid of the ball quicker but I did not see that in the Spring so I am hoping Kelley and Storey get better at getting the ball out of their hands or they are replaced with some one who can.

They'll learn and we aren't losing any of our WR's. I'm sure the focus this summer is on reading and executing the RPO's and getting the ball out, both much quicker than what they learned to do in a few spring practices.
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