The WR position can be a very glorious one for a football player as the art of running routes, catching passes and scoring touchdowns brings a lot of fame and attention. With many programs now running some sort of variation of the spread offense, loading up on receivers is a bigger priority now than ever.
Each year in recruiting, programs go out in search of talented perimeter pass catchers to bring back to their campus. Some programs do it better than others and some have signed a class of WR recruits that is one for the ages.
This read will look at the best WR classes of the last decade, be it on paper or production. Some of these classes looked better on NSD than they did on field, while others weren't to highly touted but left school as a very productive class.
Here are the top WR classes over the past decade.