3 B1G wideouts land on PFF's list of highest-graded WRs through Week 6
PFF has listed who they think are the top five wideouts in college football and three of the five are B1G players. Ohio State players Marvin Harrison Jr. and Emeka Egbuka made the cut, and Nebraska wide receiver Trey Palmer, is also on this list.
Harrison is clearly on his way to having a 1,000-yard season. He has caught 31 passes for 536 yards and 9 touchdowns.
Egbuka is also having a huge season for the Buckeyes. He has 35 catches for 655 yards and 6 touchdowns, which has helped the Buckeyes move up to the No. 2 spot in the country.
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The surprise on this list is the Cornhuskers’ Trey Palmer. Palmer has been one of the few bright spots for Nebraska.
Palmer has caught 40 passes for 544 yards and 3 touchdowns. Palmer is also well on his way to becoming a potential all-B1G selection when the season is over. The trio of B1G receivers is doing a good job performing this season and boosting their overall stock as prospects for the NFL Draft.
All are putting up impressive numbers for their respective teams.