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Oklahoma football: A look at the Sooners' receiving corps and how Dorial Green-Beckham will affect it

If Dorial Green-Beckham is eligible this season, he would give a boost to a group that was hit hard by graduation last season.
by Ryan Aber Published: July 3, 2014

Michiah Quick, freshman: Quick is a true freshman, but many expect him to produce quickly for OU after coming in as the No. 4-ranked athlete in the country by Rivals as a senior. Quick had 56 catches for 1,035 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior.

K.J. Young, redshirt freshman: Young was the talk of bowl practices as he took advantage of the time for younger players to stand out. In the spring game, though, the 6-footer had just two catches for 13 yards.

Dannon Cavil, redshirt freshman: Cavil enrolled at OU early in 2013 to try to compete for immediate playing time but it never materialized. At 6-foot-4, Cavil has the size that not many OU receivers do right now.

Jordan Smallwood, redshirt freshman: Smallwood likely would’ve had a chance at playing time last season before a foot injury ended his season before practice even began. Smallwood returned in December, then made a big impression in the spring, including some big plays in the spring game.

Others: Mark Andrews (Fr.), Jeffery Mead (Fr.), Dallis Todd (Fr.).