UCLA sophomore Caleb Wilson proved to be too much for Texas A&M two weeks ago as QB Josh Rosen found his tight end 15 times for 208 yards. Memphis wide receiver Anthony Miller didn't have a big week statistically, but he had a huge 2016 season and is Riley Ferguson's No. 1 target.
When UCLA visits Memphis Saturday at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, the pair of passing targets figure to be major factors. Using HERO Sports' comparison tool, we can look at both players' numbers side by side. Miller's 2016 was outstanding and Wilson, who caught just 16 passes all of last season, is off to an incredible start.
Here's the direct link to compare Miller's 2016 and Wilson's start in 2017.
Miller owns numerous single-season and single-game receiving records at Memphis and could topple the school marks for career receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns this season.
Wilson, just a sophomore, stands 6-foot-4 and 235 pounds, serving as a big target but with spered and some wiggle giving him big-play ability. He caught just three balls in an easy win over Hawaii this past Saturday, but has surpassed his production as a freshman in just two games.