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Taking a look at wide receiver, day three

Our look at wide receiver concludes with senior Terrance Turner. He started all 12 games last year and was third on the team with 46 catches for 443 yards.

Turner had his first touchdown reception of his career last year against Wisconsin.

"Terrance is a big, strong guy," IU quarterback Ben Chappell said. "He's not afraid to take a hit. He'll go over the middle. It's always fun to get him the ball."

Dwyce Wilson gives the Hoosiers another deep threat. He was redshirted last year. Wilson, who is 6-foot-3, was rated the sixth-best prospect in the state according to Rivals.com.

"He runs like a deer," Chappell said. "The dude is fast. He might be the fastest of them all."

Tyler Adetona, from Gainesville, Fla., is also listed as a backup on IU's depth chart.

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