Let’s just get straight to the point — the wide receiver position in this year’s NFL Draft class is absolutely loaded. It’s one of the deeper position groups this year.

The B1G produced a lot of the talent, especially at the top. It should be interesting to see where so many of these skilled pass-catchers land when the NFL Draft gets underway later this month.

But before the draft kicks off, FOX college football analyst Joel Klatt listed out the Top 10 wide receivers in this year’s class. Four of them came from the B1G.

Former Ohio State stars Garrett Wilson and Chris Olave were near the top of Klatt’s list. Wilson was locked into the No. 1 spot while Olave was listed inside the Top 5, coming in at No. 4.

Wilson ended last season with 1,058 yards and 12 touchdowns on 70 receptions for the Buckeyes. Olave caught 65 passes for 936 yards and 13 touchdowns.

Penn State’s Jahan Dotson was listed at No. 5 on the list after recording 1,182 yards and 12 touchdowns on 91 receptions for the Nittany Lions. Purdue’s David Bell rounded out the list at No. 9. He finished his career with 93 grabs for 1,286 yards and 6 touchdowns.

Below is Klatt’s complete Top 10: