Passing numbers are up throughout college football, and for that, credit has logically been showered on the guys throwing the football.
But what about the players they're throwing it to?
Even the best quarterbacks are nothing without a great group of wide receivers, something that's become increasingly evident over the years. A guy who can beat coverage consistently is the best home-run threat and safety valve a passer can enjoy.
This year—a season dominated by offense—college football is littered with an embarrassment of blue-chip receivers of all shapes and sizes.
No one is actually impossible to cover. But these guys come pretty darn close.