Juaquin Iglesias and Manny Johnson give the Sooners two experienced and productive wide receivers. But one major preseason competition involves receivers battling for opportunities in a Sam Bradford-led attack that should feature many weapons.
Juaquin Iglesias, 6-0, Sr.
Enjoyed a breakout year in 2007, leading the team in catches (68) and receiving yards (907) and posting a career high for touchdowns (5).
Manny Johnson, 6-0, Sr.
Posted career bests in yards (448) and touchdowns (4), operating mostly from the slot. He's looking to split wide some this season.
Ryan Broyles, 5-11, Fr.
Size probably limits him to the slot, but his speed and make-you-miss moves have the Sooner camp excited.
Adron Tennell, 6-4, Jr.
Injuries have hampered his development, although he says he's healthy from a late-season knee injury from a year ago. Coaches like his blocking skills.
Quentin Chaney, 6-5, Sr.
The past two Fiesta Bowls would indicate he's ready to shine. But that's just two games, and coaches are looking for consistency.
Brandon Caleb, 6-2, So.
Athletic wideout who had his 2007 season ended early by injury. A medical redshirt was granted, making this his sophomore season.
Tyler Stradford, 6-2, Fr.
Redshirted a year ago after arriving as a touted prospect, offers speed to stretch a defense.
Corey Wilson, 6-1, Fr.
Another redshirt, Wilson is the younger brother of former Sooner Travis Wilson.
Dejuan Miller, 6-5, Fr.
One of the nation's top receiving prospects, Miller has grabbed the attention of teammates and coaches.
Jameel Owens, 6-3, Fr.
The No. 1 recruit in Oklahoma a year ago, his reputation arrived in Norman long before he did.
By John Helsley