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Poll Question - Which Young WR Will Step Up in 2004

After Santonio, Bam, and Roy Hall, which young WR will have the best year?

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Tony Gonzales showed flashes in the spring game.

I don't expect much out of Bam. Whatever he does in the spring game is irrelevant, because it's never translated into games. If he's a major contributor it'd be a nice surprise, IMO.
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I have to believe that Hollins will make a mark, even if it is a small one, his senior year. He has shown the ability but not the endurance. If he can stay healthy I think he makes few big plays for us this year.
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If Zwick ends up being the starter I think he'll look to Jordan if Devin gets playing time because of the familiarity there. I also can't wait to see what Dukes and Lyons can do.
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I'm going with Hollins. Tressel likes to give his seniors, especially 5th year seniors, a chance if he can. And Hollins got the punt block TD in the Fiesta Bowl, so I think JT will reward him for that.
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Hollins without a doubt. He sounds focused and as if he's out to proove something to everybody.
I think he was far and away the best looking WR in the spring game. The spring game may not be reason enough to get all crazy about this guy, but after that showing, I thought he could be the #2 guy behind Holmes.
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