CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Picking a standout wide receiver in the Baylor-West Virginia matchup is like putting a basket of candy in front of trick-or-treaters and telling them to choose one. Only one.

Not going to happen.

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On Saturday, No. 4 Baylor (6-0, 3-0 Big 12) will bring a talented receiving corps against a group from West Virginia (4-2, 2-1) that boasts the nation’s leader pass catcher and a capable supporting cast.

For the Bears, it starts with freshman K.D. Cannon. Or Corey Coleman. Or Jay Lee, Antwan Goodley and Levi Norwood.

West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen says Baylor has probably the deepest receiving corps he’s seen.

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The Mountaineers’ Kevin White leads the nation with 888 receiving yards. But Baylor can’t just focus on White and risk leaving Mario Alford and Jordan Thompson open.

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