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Oklahoma State football: Breaking down the receivers

By Gina Mizell Modified: August 9, 2013 at 10:30 am •  Published: August 8, 2013

Deep threats

Oklahoma State appears to have two legitimate No. 1 receiver candidates in Josh Stewart and Tracy Moore. But the Cowboys go much deeper than that at the position.

Here's a breakdown of OSU's most loaded position group entering the 2013 season.

The starters

Wide receiver

Tracy Moore, senior

2012 stats: 20 catches, 259 yards, 4 touchdowns (medical redshirt)

Back for his second go-around at his senior season after a serious ankle injury ended his 2012 campaign. His size, hands and versatility make him an All-Big 12 contender if he stays healthy.

Charlie Moore, senior

2012 stats: 35 catches, 542 yards, 6 touchdowns

A big-play threat a season ago because of his solid blend of size and speed.

Inside receiver

Josh Stewart, junior

2012 stats: 101 catches, 1,210 yards, 7 touchdowns

A breakout star for the 2012 Cowboys, using his ability to find holes in the defense and open-field moves to blossom into one of the conference's best offensive weapons.

Blake Jackson, senior

2012 stats: 30 receptions, 598 yards, three touchdowns

A big-bodied target that can be a matchup nightmare for opposing defenses, but must improve route-running and hands to become a reliable, consistent threat.

The backups

Wide receiver

Jhajuan Seales, redshirt freshman

2012 season: Redshirt

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