While Virginia might not have a great amount of depth at quarterback and on the offensive line, the Cavaliers certainly have some able playmakers at running back. That conclusion is even more evident at wide receiver, where the Hoos return a great deal of talent and also look to get even more production from players who got their initial shots last year.
In versatile junior wide receiver Olamide Zaccheaus, UVa boasts one of the league's better playmakers and someone who can carry a far bigger load than he did last year. Paired with sophomore Joe Reed, it looks like Bronco Mendenhall and the Cavaliers will be able to spread the ball around early and often to a talented receiving corps.
Using our 3-2-1 format, here are three things we know, a couple of questions we still have, and one prediction for the wideouts heading into the start of the 2017 season.