The 5 best wide receivers the Miami Hurricanes could play against in 2024

Nov 24, 2023; Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, USA; Miami Hurricanes wide receiver Jacolby George (3).
Nov 24, 2023; Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, USA; Miami Hurricanes wide receiver Jacolby George (3). / Brian Fluharty-USA TODAY Sports

With Jacolby George, Xavier Restrepo, and Sam Brown headlining the Hurricanes wideout room, Miami has one of the most talented receiving corps in the ACC.

This doesn’t mean the Canes' secondary will have an easy time every weekend as they face talented teams such as Florida State and Lousiville throughout conference play.

Miami is projected to be a top contender for the ACC title this season, alongside FSU and Clemson. So, as the Hurricanes prepare for battle, which wideouts will be the biggest problems for their title contention?

Sophomore. Eric Singleton Jr.. player. singleton. 5'11, 173 pounds. . . 436. Eric Singleton Jr.. 5

Eric Singleton Jr. could benefit from putting some beef on his bones, standing at just 5-foot-11 and 173 pounds.

Despite his small size, the Yellow Jacket is expected to improve his statline durin ghis sophomore season with Georgia Tech.

Last year, Singleton had 48 receptions for 714 yards and 6 touchdowns through the air. He also completed a pass attempt for an additional 8 yards on a trick play attempt.

. 6'5, 223 pounds. Oronde Gadsden II. 445. . player. gadsden. Senior. Oronde Gadsden II. 4

At 6-foot-5 and 223 pounds, Oronde Gadsden is one of the biggest receivers in the nation much less in the ACC.

As Gadsden enters his senior season, he will not only be WR1 for the Syracuse Orange, but he is also projected to improve his already incredible stats previous seasons.

Last year, Gadsden's season was tragically cut short due to injury but in his sophomore year, the Orangeman had 61 catches for 969 receiving yards and 6 touchdowns.

5'10, 205 pounds. 526. . . eugene. Eugene Wilson III. 3. Eugene Wilson III. player. Sophomore

In his first collegiate season, Eugene Wilson had 61 receptions for 538 yards and 6 touchdowns with the Florida Gators.

Considered a dual threat player, Wilson also had 6 carries for an additional 55 yards last year.

As Wilson enters the 2024 season with an extra year of eligibility under his belt, he is expected to be WR1 for the Gators and is projected to have an even more impressive year ahead of him.

benson. Senior. 435. . Malik Benson. 6'1, 195 pounds. player. . Malik Benson. 2

Malik Benson is expected to be a standout receiver for the Seminoles as the team looks for redemption in 2024.

The transfer from the Alabama Crimson Tide is incredibly stout but even more impressively quick off the line and certain of his hands.

Benson was a backup receiver for the Tide in 2023 but still managed to earn 162 yards and a touchdown through the air for Alabama.

5'10, 190 pounds. Caullin Lacy. 438. Caullin Lacy. . Senior. Caullin Lacy. . 1. player

The South Alabama transfer is set to become wideout No. 1 for the Lousiville Cardinals in 2024.

As Caullin Lacy enters his senior season, the 5-foot-10 receiver is coming off a season with 1,316 yards and 7 touchdowns.

While Lacy is slightly undersized for a WR1, his agility and trustworthy hands give him a leg up over the other receivers in the ACC this season.

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