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1. DeSean Jackson, California, Jr. : There were several receivers who had more catches last season, but few matched Jackson as a deep threat. Nine of his 59 catches in 2006 went for touchdowns, and five of those were from 27 yards or farther. He averaged 18.0 yards per reception. Jackson should benefit from the return of quarterback Nate Longshore. The Bears' schedule also includes eight opponents that ranked between 64th and 116th nationally in pass defense last season. The fact that he's also the country's most dangerous punt return man - he had four touchdown returns from 65 yards or farther last year - will only enhance Jackson's profile.