This article is part of our Position Rankings series.WIDE RECEIVER
1. Corey Davis, Western Michigan, SR
Davis (6-3, 213) will go down as one of the best receivers in college football history, and 2016 should be his best work yet, even after logging consecutive seasons exceeding 1,400 yards and 10 TDs. Dominant in each of his three years at Western Michigan, Davis heads into his senior season with 234 catches for 3,778 yards and 33 TDs in 36 games. He has an accomplished senior QB (Zach Terrell) throwing him the ball, and he should get more targets now that former teammate Daniel Braverman is in the NFL after catching 108 passes for 1,367 yards and 13 TDs last year.
2. Taywan Taylor, Western Kentucky, SR
Taylor (6-1, 195) has been the clear top WR on a Western Kentucky offense overstuffed with explosive receivers the last two years, and last year he broke out for 86 catches for 1,460 yards and 17 TDs. It's reasonable to fear regression now that star 50-TD QB Brandon Doughty is gone, but there's
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