The Pac-12 is full of deep threats in 2017. Here are the best three to watch based off their performance from last year in terms of hauling in 20+ yard passes.
Cal WR Demetris Robertson returns as the Pac-12 leader in deep pass receiving yards. pic.twitter.com/9E6ntLzVIp— PFF College Football (@PFF_College) July 1, 2017
California Golden Bears wide receiver Demetris Robertson. Robertson racked up 474 yards as a true freshman. You have to feel like a breakout season is incoming if Cal can get good production from the quarterback position.
Colorado Buffaloes wide receiver Shay Fields. Fields put up 396 yards as the main Colorado deep threat. With Colorado returning almost all of their receiving talent, it could be another impressive season for Fields.
Washington Huskies wide receiver Dante Pettis. Pettis’s 393 yards paired up with John Ross made Washington just an impossible cover offensively. Even with Ross gone, Washington seems like they’re set to have just enough deep threat ability. If Pettis can go deep and catch passes, Washington shouldn’t lose too much offensively.