2020 COLLEGE FOOTBALL WIDE RECEIVER/TIGHT ENDS WATCH LIST
JA’MARR CHASE, LSU: Led college football with 1, 780 yards and 20 touchdowns.
DEVONTA SMITH, Alabama: Averages 17.9 yards per catch in his career.
TYLAN WALLACE, Oklahoma State: Was averaging 112.9 yards per game before missing the last half of the season with an injury.
RASHOD BATEMAN, Minnesota: One of the best receivers in Minnesota history through the first two seasons of his career.
JUSTYN ROSS, Clemson: Had a team leading 66 receptions in 2019.
RONDALE MOORE, Purdue: Missed most of 2019 with an injury after accumulating 2, 792 all – purpose yards in his career.
CHRIS OLAVE, Ohio State: The Buckeyes look for more production after scoring 12 touchdowns last season.
SAGE SURRATT, Wake Forest: An injury cut his season short but not until he had 66 receptions and over a thousand yards in just nine games.
GEORGE PICKENS, Georgia: Led the Bulldogs with 49 receptions and was the Sugar Bowl MVP.
TUTU ATWELL, Louisville: Had a breakout season with 70 receptions, a school record.
WARREN JACKSON, Colorado State: Led the Rams with 77 receptions, 1,119 yards and eight touchdowns.
SETH WILLIAMS, Auburn: Has scored 13 touchdowns in the last two seasons.
TAMORRION TERRY, Florida State: Is a big time receiver who has scored six touchdowns of more than 60 yards in his career.
DAZZ NEWSOM, North Carolina: On the verge of becoming North Carolina’s all-time leading receiver.
AMON-RA ST. BROWN, USC: Had 77 receptions for 1,042 yards in 2019.
WHOP PHILYOR, Indiana: Has five games with at least 10 receptions.
TRE WALKER, San Jose State: 1,161 yards on 79 receptions in 2019.
DAVID BELL, Purdue: Was named the conference freshman player of the year with 86 receptions.
MARQUEZ STEVENSON, Houston: One of college football’s most productive receivers in the last two seasons with 127 receptions for 1,926 yards and 18 touchdowns.
PAT FREIERMUTH, Penn State: Had a productive 2019 season with 43 receptions and seven touchdowns.
KYLE PITTS, Florida: 54 receptions, 649 yards and five touchdowns in 2019.
CHARLIE KOLAR, Iowa State: Second on the team with 51 receptions and seven touchdowns.
BRANT KUITHE, Utah: Led the Utes with 34 receptions, 602 yards and six touchdowns in just nine starts in 2019.
MATT BUSHMAN, BYU: 47 receptions for 688 yards in 2019.