The next few months will be pivotal for college football as the 2018 season begins.
It’s going to be an interesting time to be a football fan and this article aims to help you figure out who will be the hottest wide receiver in the next few weeks.
Who are the top college football wide receivers in 2018?
The most important thing to note when looking at a wide receiver is to look at the position as a whole and not just a specific player.
A player’s talent, athleticism, and versatility should be the determining factor in what position a player is in the first place.
That being said, the biggest difference between a wideout and a tight end is size.
A receiver’s size is what makes them a threat to catch the ball, so they are the focal point of their offense.
Wide receivers are often listed as a bigger position on draft boards due to the fact that their ability to get open will dictate whether or not they are drafted.
The difference between tight ends and wide receivers is that they can make plays with their speed.
In order to compare players who are on the rise in their respective position, I have made the list of the Top 100 NFL wide receivers.
Each player is listed in their own category, so take a look at each player’s play and make a list of who you think will be on your team by September 6.
Top 100 WRs in 2018 [table id=12 /]The Top 100 Players in 2018: 1.
Dede Westbrook, Georgia Bulldogs 2.
Amari Cooper, Alabama 3.
Dez Bryant, Alabama 4.
Josh Doctson, TCU 5.
Devin Funchess, Penn State 6.
Ty Montgomery, Georgia Tech 7.
Mike Evans, Clemson 8.
Alshon Jeffery, Ohio State 9.
DeSean Jackson, Washington 10.
Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh 11.
Kenny Britt, Vanderbilt 12.
Sammy Watkins, Clemson