The four best wide receivers in college football today are A.J. Green, Ryan Broyles, Julio Jones and Michael Floyd. Which one is the best? Which one will have the best 2010 college season? Finally, which one will have the best NFL career?
People say A.J. Green is arguably the best receiver in the nation. But does Georgia have enough elite game changers to surround him?
At 6'4", 207 pounds, Green is a freak of an athlete.
His freshmen year he had 56 receptions for 963 yards and eight touchdowns.
His sophomore year he had 53 receptions for 808 yards and six touchdowns.
In two years he already has 109 receptions for 1,771 yards and 14 touchdowns. Not to shabby.
Now is the time Ryan Broyles leaps from All-Conference to All-American.
Although Broyles is 5'11" and 178 pounds, he exceptionally fast.
He entered the Sooners' record books for most touchdown receptions in a year with 15. He had 89 receptions in a year. He was the offensive MVP of the Sun Bowl with his record setting 13 receptions in the Bowl game.
His freshmen year he had 46 receptions for 687 yards and six touchdowns.
His sophomore year he had 89 receptions for 1120 yards and 15 touchdowns.
He is a pure talent.
When healthy, Julio Jones may be the best receiver in the land.
Through two years he only has eight receiving touchdowns. But he has 101 receptions for 1,520 yards. He is on the same team as Mark Ingram, who scores plenty of touchdowns.
Jones has sure-fire NFL talent. He is pretty much a freak of nature when it come to speed and vertical.
He is a great weapon for Alabama.
With Brian Kelly installing his new no huddle offense to Notre Dame, Michael Floyd is going to get his fair amount of balls thrown to him.
His freshmen year 48 receptions for 719 yards and seven touchdowns.
As a Sophomore he had 44 receptions for 795 yards and nine touchdowns.
He will be a force to be reckoned with.
Ryan Broyles will have the best 2010 season.
A.J. Green will have the best NFL career.
It is difficult to choose between Floyd and Jones, two great athletes, for who is the best player period.