Tallahassee, FL---One facet of the FSU offense that is going to get serious scrutiny over the next few weeks will be the receiving corps.
Gone are Kenny Shaw and Kelvin Benjamin, who accounted for over 2,000 yards, 108 catches and 21 TDs.
Senior Rashad Greene is the leader of that unit, he had 9 TD's and over 1,000 yards receiving, but beyond him are question marks.
Head coach Jimbo Fisher says there are plenty of potential answers to those questions, and that includes three highly touted incoming freshman.
"Oh they're gonna get a look. Ermon Lane, Travis Harrison, Javon Harrison, all those guys are very talented. But at the same time you've got Christian Greene who's had some really good plays around here and done significant things. Scooter Haggins who's played, but got injured last year but can be back in that mix. And then you've still got Bobo (Wilson) and Kermit (Whitfield) and you've got Isaiah (Jones). All those guys, it's gonna be a great challenge, great competition. But the best guy will play."
And it certainly helps when it's the returning Heisman winner throwing the ball to that mix.