It’s no question that the Big Ten is loaded with wide receivers, and Big Ten Network’s Anthony Herron broke down the receivers that have had the most impact so far this season.

At No. 5, Herron had Rakim Jarrett out of Maryland. Jarrett has put together a solid 371 yard, 3 touchdown season. He averages over 11 yards per catch.

At No. 4, he had Mitchell Tinsley out of Penn State. Tinsley has racked up 340 yards and 4 touchdowns this season. He will have a big test on Saturday as Penn State takes on Ohio State.

Trey Palmer from Nebraska came in at No. 3 on the list as he’s picked up 781 yards and 5 touchdowns so far on the season.

Purdue’s Charlie Jones came in at No. 2 on the list. He’s had a huge 840 yard, 9-touchdown season for the Boilermakers since transferring from Iowa.

Marvin Harrison Jr. came in at the top of the list. One of CJ Stroud’s favorite targets, Harrison has racked up 598 yards and 10 touchdowns for Ohio State.