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16 for '16: WRs we'd most want in jump-ball situation
College Football 24/7's "16 for '16" series continues with a look at 16 wide receivers who we'd most want when the time comes to compete for a jump ball. We've assembled many of the game's most productive big men at the position -- they average about 6-foot-4 and 214 pounds, more than enough to create a size mismatch with even the biggest of cornerbacks -- but there are also some impressive leapers here as well. With spread offenses creating single coverage for some of these playes, fades and lobs are an easy call for offensive coordinators.
Note: Heights and weights listed below are school measurements.
Top 10 photos from Week 12 of the 2020 Season
With full stomachs and some much needed family time, Week 12 gave us displays of pure greatness that could have only been fueled by holiday food. While some teams were reaping the benefits of the holiday fuel, other teams started to trim the fat off of their organizations in hopes of a better future. Check out the Top 10 photos from Week 12!
Cynthia Frelund's Week 12 fantasy projections
My projections are based on historical trends, personnel, matchups and probable game scripts. Yes, it could be considered overkill to use 10 full years of past, actual, and comparable data to forecast each week, but why wouldn't you want to at least try to be as accurate as possible? I know I can't find a reason not to.