Without Cole, who steps in?
Oklahoma State's William Cole had been playing both as a wideout and slot receiver, so in his absence, the opportunity arises for several receivers to earn more playing time.
These guys are atop the list:
The back injury isn't even a question anymore; now it's all about football skill, and he's got plenty of it.
The fourth-year junior is still trying to capitalize on his potential.
Hasn't seen action outside of special teams in his first two seasons, but he will be asked to contribute.
Decent size and great leaping ability make him a downfield threat; still working to become a complete player.
The junior walk-on from Tonkawa has burst on the scene with his 4.4-second speed in the 40-yard dash and shifty moves that give tacklers fits in the open field.