Fields (5-foot-11, 180) is a deep threat, catching nine balls for 30 or more yards, including a 70-yarder at Michigan. He and QB Steven Montez are familiar with one another and should hit stride early in 2017.[divider]
Robertson's numbers will be dependent on the quarterback's abilities, but he's now the No. 1 receiver on the roster with Chad Hansen off to the NFL. He's built like a running back as much as a receiver but has good hands. While he lacks burner speed, Robertson is elusive and very good at the line of scrimmage to get off the defender and create space.[divider]
Burnett had an enormous game in the Rose Bowl versus Penn State (13 catches, 164 YDS, 3 TD) and is back for another year catching balls from Sam Darnold, perhaps the best passer in college football. Smith-Schuster and Darreus Rogers are gone, leaving Burnett as Darnold's No. 1 target.[divider]
Harry is as gifted a receiver as there is, maybe in the country, at 6-foot-4 and 220 pounds and 40 times in the 4.4s. If he and Blake Barnett can develop some chemistry, Harry is destined for a big year, and so is the Sun Devils offense.[divider]
Pettis is the No. 1 receiver with John Ross in the NFL and brings enough size (6-foot-1, 195 pounds), and speed (4.5) as well as a terrific catch radius to every play. He's also one of the top punt returners in the conference. Jake Browning's confidence in Pettis is unmatched by another QB-WR tandem in the Pac-12.[divider]
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