Oklahoma State football: Known and unknown quantities at receiver
Oklahoma State lost two-time Biletnikoff Award winner Justin Blackmon, who accounted for 122 catches, 1,522 yards and 18 touchdowns a year ago. Also gone: Josh Cooper, Hubert Anyiam, Colton Chelf and Michael Harrison.
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Tracy Moore, Sr., The leading returning receiver with 45 catches a year ago, Moore insists he's finally ready to pay off in full on his potential. (Last year: 45 rec., 672 yds., 4 TDs)
Isaiah Anderson, Sr. A complementary piece in 2011, Anderson produced his best camp as a Cowboy, polishing his all-around skills. (Last year: 28 rec., 315 yds., 4 TDs)
Josh Stewart, So. Made some big plays as a freshman and could be in line for a major breakout out of the slot. (Last year: 19 rec., 291 yds., 2 TDs)
Charlie Moore, Jr. The star of the spring game, Moore must prove he's no one-hit wonder; although a strong preseason seems to have addressed that. (Last year: 3 rec., 56 yds., 0 TDs)
Blake Jackson, Jr. A junior-college transfer who went through spring drills with the Pokes, he's getting more comfortable in the system. (Juco last year: 62 rec., 934 yds., 16 TDs)