WreckEm247 takes a look at seniors from Texas Tech's 2012 squad that have exhausted their eligibility.
Moore led the Red Raiders with 92 receptions in 2012.
In 2013 the Red Raiders will work in a new starting quarterback for the first time since 2011. Tech is without the two-year starter, and confident vocal leader Seth Doege, at the quarterback position.
Doege completed over 70 percent of passes his senior year, connecting on 380 of 541 attempts for 4,205 yards and 39 touchdowns while being intercepted 16 times. He also rushed for two touchdowns.
The Red Raiders will be without Eric Stephens, who contributed all four years for the Scarlet and Black. After suffering a season-ending knee injury against Texas A&M in 2011, Stephens, the teams biggest offensive weapon as a junior, saw his role diminish as a senior as Kenny Williams stepped in as the primary ball-carrier for the Red Raiders.
Stephens rushed 89 times for 480 yards and five touchdowns, and caught 16 passes for 79 yards and one more touchdown. He also threw one pass for three yards and a touchdown.
The Red Raiders take a big hit at wide receiver, losing five seniors from their 2012 squad, the biggest of which is Darrin Moore Jr. Luckily for Tech, wide receiver is unquestionably the deepest position on their roster and yardage leader Eric Ward decided to return for his senior year. Without the senior leadership of veterans like Alex Torres and Austin Zouzalik, the Red Raiders will look towards some talented underclassmen to step in and have larger roles.
Darrin Moore Jr.
Moore had 92 receptions for 1,032 yards and 13 touchdowns.
The Red Raiders will have to replace LaAdrian Waddle, who could possibly hear his name called in April's NFL Draft.
Williams had 35 receptions for 352 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Torres had 21 receptions for 228 yards and 3 touchdowns.
Zouzalik had 19 receptions for 223 yards. Zouzalik also had one rush for two yards and 17 punt returns for 176 yards.
Kennard had nine receptions for 99 yards and 3 touchdowns.
Offensive line is arguably the biggest question mark on the offensive side of the ball heading into spring practice. The Red Raiders lose three veterans, including three-year starters LaAdrian Waddle and Deveric Gallington.