The attention so far this year has been on Minor-Rage and Tate on offense and 3-4, 4-3, or 3-3-5 with "Spinners" and "Please God, find us a Free Safety" on defense. I'm surprised there has been so little talk about our WRs and how improved the position will be given the ability to spread the ball with mismatches.
I think the WR play this year is going to be key to our entire season. With Robinson, and possibly Gallon, used as a second slot (after defenses only dealing with Odoms last year), it will open up lanes for our outside receivers as defenses have to adjust to two true slots on the field at once. Matthews should be an Avant-esque possession receiver (much like he was as a sophomore) and get the tough yards over the middle while an "experienced" Stonum and healthy Hemingway can produce on the outside, and hopefully Roundtree is as good as Spring Ball suggested... his presence as an outside and/or slot can only create more headaches. Add Minor and Shaw's receptions out of the backfield and you can imagine the defensive schemes that will need to be created just for the UM game.
Last year there was only Matthews, one slot, a freshman TE (essentially used in RR's system for the first time) and a true freshman Stonum. We have twice the weapons and a much more accurate qb. Time to introduce the country to the "passing-spread" offense.
And with Minor running over people to set up the pass... we should shock many people with our offensive production. If only we could get that Free Safety and find a new name for the "Spinner"...