Posted July 31, 2013 on syracuse.scout.com
As Syracuse approaches the start of fall camp, the wide receiver position is one of intrigue. The loss of Alec Lemon and Marcus Sales leave glaring holes, but Jarrod West is poised for a breakout season. But who else will step-up to give the Orange solid production? We break it all down inside.
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