WR1: Marquez Callaway, Jordan Murphy
WR2: Josh Palmer, Brandon Johnson
WR3: Jauan Jennings, Tyler Byrd
Assuming Jauan Jennings didn’t have any setbacks from his recovery after his injury over the summer, he should be one of three starters for Tennessee at wide receiver this fall. Marquez Callaway and Josh Palmer are the other two, and that trio should be the headliners at the position.
Behind those three, there should be a lot of competition for playing time. Can Jordan Murphy show more consistency and work his way into the rotation? Will seniors Brandon Johnson and Tyler Byrd be utilized more in their final years on campus?
Aside from those six receivers, Tennessee mostly has a lot of inexperience at the position. Ramel Keyton, Cedric Tillman, Jacquez Jones, and Jerrod Means round out the group.