Who will be the SEC's 1,000-yard receivers for 2017?

As we continue our look at players who could hit golden marks in statistics in the SEC this week, we turn our attention to pass-catchers.

Last year, the SEC had just two 1,000-yard receivers -- Texas A&M's Josh Reynolds (1,039) and Missouri's J'Mon Moore (1,012). That was down from four the previous season.

So with a host of solid quarterbacks returning, how many 1,000-yard receivers will the SEC produce in 2017? I'm going to go with four.

Here's a look at guys who could cross the 1,000-yard threshold this fall:

1. J'Mon Moore, Missouri: He was second in the SEC with 1,012 yards last year, and he has the luxury of getting 3,000-yard passer Drew Lock back. I'd say Mizzou's passing game is still pretty potent and Moore will yet again be a major part of that.

2. Christian Kirk, Texas A&M: Arguably the SEC's most talented receiver, Kirk registered 928 yards last year, after recording 1,009 in 2015. Kirk is the most proven receiver returning in College Station, and no matter who the quarterback is, he'll be the go-to target in an offense that knows how to throw the ball with the best in the country.

3. Calvin Ridley, Alabama: His receiving numbers dropped from 1,045 yards to 769 in 2016, but with ArDarius Stewart and O.J. Howard gone, expect quarterback Jalen Hurts to keep more of an eye on Ridley, who many expect to be an early first-round pick in next year's NFL draft.

4. Jared Cornelius, Arkansas: The lone experienced receiver returning for the Razorbacks, Cornelius had 515 receiving yards last year. With the Hogs having to start over from scratch at receiver, Cornelius has been promoted to Austin Allen's top target. Arkansas will still throw the ball a ton this fall.

5. A.J. Brown, Ole Miss: As a freshman, Brown logged 412 yards for the Rebels, but he has the most potential of any of Ole Miss' receivers. Van Jefferson, who had 543 yards last year, will also have a shot at 1,000 yards, but Brown's pure talent should push him to the front of the line when it comes to who gets the brunt of Shea Patterson's passes.

6. Donald Gray, Mississippi State: Leading receiver Fred Ross is gone, but Gray registered 709 yards with Ross on the field last year. Now that this is his receiving group, Gray will definitely have a shot at 1,000 yards.

7. Antonio Callaway, Florida: Pegged as a possible first-rounder next year, Callaway is easily the Gators' most talented offensive player. He had 721 yards last year, but with Malik Zaire or Feleipe Franks taking over at quarterback, the Gators figure to have a much more impressive passing game in 2017.

8. Deebo Samuel, South Carolina: He had 783 yards last year and he returns rising star quarterback Jake Bentley. Samuel is a game-breaking receiver who hasn't even come close to hitting his potential in Columbia.

9. Garrett Johnson, Kentucky: Top receiver Jeff Badet transferred to Oklahoma after the season, but Johnson is no slouch. He finished last season with 585 yards, but will assume the No. 1 receiver spot this year. Kentucky might have some questions at quarterback now, but Johnson has the ability to be a breakout player for the Wildcats this fall.