Earlier today, Adam and I debated who will lead the Big Ten in receiving yards in 2013. Now, it's your turn to choose.
Here are five candidates:
Allen Robinson, Penn State: The obvious choice, as Robinson led the league by a wide margin last year with 77 catches and 1,013 yards as a sophomore. Can he maintain or improve upon those numbers, especially with an inexperienced quarterback at the controls for the Nittany Lions?
Cody Latimer, Indiana: My dark horse pick to unseat Robinson, Latimer has impressive size and hands and is coming off a year in which he caught 51 balls for 805 yards. The Hoosiers will throw the ball a whole lot, and Latimer could be ready to post some huge numbers as a result.
Kenny Bell, Nebraska: Adam's pick to dethrone Robinson, Bell had 863 yards receiving in 14 games last year. He was on pace to become the Huskers' first-ever 1,000-yard receiver before slowing down a bit toward the end of the season.
Jared Abbrederis, Wisconsin: The senior posted 933 receiving yards in 2011 and had 837 last year despite battling injuries and a below-average Badgers passing game. He's the unquestioned No. 1 receiver on the team.
Jeremy Gallon, Michigan: He might only be 5-foot-8, but Gallon makes big plays for the Wolverines. He finished with 829 yards last season, and more than 500 of those came after Devin Gardner assumed the quarterback job. With a full year playing with Gardner, Gallon's stats could go way up.
Who do you think will lead the Big Ten in receiving yards? Vote now in our poll.