As college football continues to produce more fireworks than the month of July, the wide receiver position is becoming more valuable to the game.
Last season, there was a total of 21 teams that averaged more than 300 passing yards a game and 12 receivers picked up at least 100 receiving yards on average. Players are producing off the chart numbers at a rapid rate and the more quality receivers you have, the better the chance for a successful offense.
We saw teams such as USC, West Virginia and Clemson with multiple guys that were capable of taking over the game offensively. When you have more than one wide receiver on one offense that could be the No. 1 option on nearly any other team in the country, you have yourself an above average receiving corps.
But with a lot of talented receivers either graduating or entering the NFL draft, there are going to be many new teams entering the conversation for the best group of receivers as we inch closer to kick off in 2013.
Here are the Top 25 teams in the country with the best wide receiver corps in college football.
Note: All stats come from cfbstats.com unless otherwise noted.