The offseason brings us some great debates, and with the end of the Bowl Championship Series, this one seems like a great time to review the best wide receivers of the 16-year BCS era.
More debates featuring even more positions will be upcoming, but the series starts at the wide receiver slot.
Every member on our list but one has played since the 2006-06 season, following the upward trend in talent available nationwide for college football teams to choose from as well as the emergence of the Southeastern Conference as the sport's most elite conference.
The top five includes a consensus All-American, the league's leader in catches and receiving yards, and two 2013 players. The list is based on efficiency and talent, and only statistics from play as a wide receiver. Your favorite all-purpose player will likely have to wait for his own list.
Now, on to the rankings.
Unless otherwise noted, statistics are courtesy of Sports-Reference.com.
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