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Army Spring Depth Chart Review: Wide Receiver

Army was the top rushing team in the Football Bowl Subdivision in 2011. An important part of that rushing success was the play of Army's wide receiver corps. The Black Knights depended on these players to keep defenses honest and provide solid blocking for Army rushers. Look inside to learn more about the top Army wide receivers coming out of spring drills.

Wide receivers Starters: Patrick Laird #81 Jr. Chevaughn Lawrence #21 So. Back ups: E.J. Tucker #33 Jr. Anthony Stephens #2 Jr. Players to Watch: Jonathan Crucitti #36 Jr. Michael Hudson #82 So. For Army wide receivers playing in a triple option offense, the key skill is the ability to block on the perimeter. It's a reason why Patrick Laird is a now a starter. The 6-3, 222 pound junior is a... Recommended Stories

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