1. USC's Robert Woods - 6'1 - 190 lbs - SR - 99 OVR Stats: 22.6 AVG - 632 yds - 7 TDs - 2 drop Woods is the best WR in the nation. No one can match his physical skill set and he is close to impossible to stop. He catches nearly everything and only a bad pass will lead to an incompletion if he's targeted. He has a very solid 22.6 AVG and is also the redzone target. He is Kessler's go to man and he should run away with this award. 2. SC's Ace Sanders - 5'8 - 177 lbs - SR - 93 OVR Stats: 27 AVG - 569 yds - 5 TDs - 4 drop Sanders makes up for his tininess with his speed. He doesn't have the best catching ability, but he runs precise routes and can catch the deep ball. Such a huge average means he beats his man easily and leaves everyone else in his wake. 3. Cal's Keenan Allen - 6'3 - 206 lbs - SR - 96 OVR Stats: 15.6 AVG - 514 yds - 4 TDs - 2 drop Allen is having a bit of a down year in terms of yardage, but has 33 catches to only 2 drops. He has excellent body control and routinely makes his QB look good. He is a workhorse on the outside and moves the chains regularly for the Bears. If he can bust lose and return to that deep threat form of a year ago, he could move up the list. Others to watch: Bama's Kenny Bell - He has a 27.4 AVG with 5 TDs and only 2 drops but doesn't get enough work to crack the top 5 in this early season watch. If he can be workman like on the outside, catching the short stuff while continuing to stretch the field he can move up. USC's Marquise Lee - It's not enough to have Woods, USC has a JR 95 OVR WR who also catches everything. Kessler has a wealth of talent around him, so its up to him to feed the monsters on the outside. Lee has a 21.1 AVG but only 3 TDs...we can clearly see who the #2 target is in the redzone.