On the offensive weapons this year, via SI.com
“Young. Talented. Really good players. Obviously, Tre [Mosley] is an excellent player. [Jaron] Glover, Tyrell Henry’s done a great job. [Antonio] Gates [Jr.] is a really good player. We have really good tight ends, [Maliq] Carr’s a really good player so we have a lot of weapons in the passing game and they’re only going to get better.”
You could hear it in his voice, he is confident in this group.
With Keon Coleman transferring to Florida State University, there is no clear No. 1 receiver on this team. But here’s a silver lining: We said the same thing about the 2022-23 basketball team. No No. 1 scorer on the team but it meant that anyone could have a good game, and the opponent wouldn’t know which player it was until it’s too late.
I can easily see this team having four or five players lead the team in receiving in any given game. Mosley, Montorie Foster Jr., Carr, any of the three running backs (Nathan Carter had 19 catches for the season for an awful UConn team).
This might be a case where it’s better to have depth, then the talented guy on whom the defense can put a lot of focus.