Who was the best wide receiver in college last year?

Who is the best wide receiver in college history?

College football’s 50 greatest wide receivers of the past 50…

  • Sammy Watkins, Clemson. Years: 2011-13. Career Stats: 240 catches, 3,391 yards, 27 TDs (also: 339 rushing yards, 1 rushing TD, 1 kick return TD) …
  • J.J. Stokes, UCLA. Years: 1991-94. …
  • Steve Largent, Tulsa. Years: 1973-75.

Who is the best college wide receiver 2020?

Power Five talents expectedly dominate the top 10, but three Group of Five receivers still managed to find spots on the pantheon.

  • 1) Chris Olave, Ohio State. …
  • 2) Garrett Wilson, Ohio State. …
  • 3) Jalen Tolbert, South Alabama. …
  • 4) Romeo Doubs, Nevada. …
  • 5) Treylon Burks, Arkansas. …
  • 6) David Bell, Purdue. …
  • 7) John Metchie III, Alabama.

What college has the best receivers?

LSU Tigers

1. In fact, it would have been almost impossible to deny the Tigers the top spot. Led by the likes of Odell Beckham Jr., Jarvis Landry and Brandon LaFell, LSU wide receivers selected since 2010 have accumulated 22,646 yards and 140 touchdowns in the NFL.

Who’s the best wide receiver right now?

NFL wide receiver rankings 2021

  • Davante Adams, Packers (6-1, 215 pounds) …
  • Stefon Diggs, Bills (6-0, 191 pounds) …
  • DeAndre Hopkins, Cardinals (6-1, 212 pounds) …
  • Tyreek Hill, Chiefs (5-10, 185 pounds) …
  • Allen Robinson, Bears (6-2, 220 pounds) …
  • A.J. Brown, Titans (6-0, 226 pounds) …
  • Justin Jefferson, Vikings (6-1, 202 pounds)
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What is the most receiving yards in a season?

Receiving Yards: 1,946 — Calvin Johnson (2012)

Calvin Johnson set the record for most receiving yards in a single season with the Detroit Lions, amassing 1,946 yards in 2012. Julio Jones ranks second on the list with 1,871 yards in 2015.