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Draft 2020: Wer ist der Beste in der Super-Klasse? Die Wide Receiver im Stats-Vergleich

 
Jerry Jeudy, CeeDee Lamb, Denzel Mims, Tee Higgins, Jalen Reagor - die Receiver-Klasse 2020 steckt voller Top-Talente! Doch wer ist der beste Wideout? Wir zeigen die Statistiken der Top-20-Receiver, sortiert ist das Ranking nach den Receiving Yards.
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Jerry Jeudy, CeeDee Lamb, Denzel Mims, Tee Higgins, Jalen Reagor - die Receiver-Klasse 2020 steckt voller Top-Talente! Doch wer ist der beste Wideout? Wir zeigen die Statistiken der Top-20-Receiver, sortiert ist das Ranking nach den Receiving Yards.
Platz 20: Lynn Bowden Jr. (Kentucky) - 13 Spiele, 30 Catches, 348 Receiving Yards (11,6 Yards pro Catch), 1 Receiving Touchdown
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Platz 20: Lynn Bowden Jr. (Kentucky) - 13 Spiele, 30 Catches, 348 Receiving Yards (11,6 Yards pro Catch), 1 Receiving Touchdown
Platz 19: Donovan Peoples-Jones (Michigan) - 11 Spiele, 34 Catches, 438 Receiving Yards (12,9 Yards pro Catch), 6 Receiving Touchdowns
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Platz 19: Donovan Peoples-Jones (Michigan) - 11 Spiele, 34 Catches, 438 Receiving Yards (12,9 Yards pro Catch), 6 Receiving Touchdowns
Platz 18: Jalen Reagor (TCU) - 12 Spiele, 43 Catches, 611 Receiving Yards (14,2 Yards pro Catch), 5 Receiving Touchdowns
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Platz 18: Jalen Reagor (TCU) - 12 Spiele, 43 Catches, 611 Receiving Yards (14,2 Yards pro Catch), 5 Receiving Touchdowns
Platz 17: KJ Hill (Ohio State) - 14 Spiele, 57 Catches, 636 Receiving Yards (11,2 Yards pro Catch), 10 Receiving Touchdowns
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Platz 17: KJ Hill (Ohio State) - 14 Spiele, 57 Catches, 636 Receiving Yards (11,2 Yards pro Catch), 10 Receiving Touchdowns
Platz 16: Van Jefferson (Florida) - 12 Spiele, 49 Catches, 657 Receiving Yards (13,4 Yards pro Catch), 6 Receiving Touchdowns
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Platz 16: Van Jefferson (Florida) - 12 Spiele, 49 Catches, 657 Receiving Yards (13,4 Yards pro Catch), 6 Receiving Touchdowns
Platz 15: Henry Ruggs III (Alabama) - 12 Spiele, 40 Catches, 746 Receiving Yards (18,7 Yards pro Catch), 7 Receiving Touchdowns
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Platz 15: Henry Ruggs III (Alabama) - 12 Spiele, 40 Catches, 746 Receiving Yards (18,7 Yards pro Catch), 7 Receiving Touchdowns
Platz 14: Laviska Shenault Jr. (Colorado) - 11 Spiele, 56 Catches, 764 Receiving Yards (13,6 Yards pro Catch), 4 Receiving Touchdowns
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Platz 14: Laviska Shenault Jr. (Colorado) - 11 Spiele, 56 Catches, 764 Receiving Yards (13,6 Yards pro Catch), 4 Receiving Touchdowns
Platz 13: Bryan Edwards (South Carolina) - 10 Spiele, 71 Catches, 816 Receiving Yards (11,5 Yards pro Catch), 6 Receiving Touchdowns
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Platz 13: Bryan Edwards (South Carolina) - 10 Spiele, 71 Catches, 816 Receiving Yards (11,5 Yards pro Catch), 6 Receiving Touchdowns
Platz 12: KJ Hamler (Penn State) - 13 Spiele, 56 Catches, 904 Receiving Yards (16,1 Yards pro Catch), 8 Receiving Touchdowns
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Platz 12: KJ Hamler (Penn State) - 13 Spiele, 56 Catches, 904 Receiving Yards (16,1 Yards pro Catch), 8 Receiving Touchdowns
Platz 11: Denzel Mims (Baylor) - 13 Spiele, 66 Catches, 1020 Receiving Yards (15,5 Yards pro Catch), 12 Receiving Touchdowns
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Platz 11: Denzel Mims (Baylor) - 13 Spiele, 66 Catches, 1020 Receiving Yards (15,5 Yards pro Catch), 12 Receiving Touchdowns
Platz 10: Chase Claypool (Notre Dame) - 13 Spiele, 66 Catches, 1037 Receiving Yards (15,7 Yards pro Catch), 13 Receiving Touchdowns
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Platz 10: Chase Claypool (Notre Dame) - 13 Spiele, 66 Catches, 1037 Receiving Yards (15,7 Yards pro Catch), 13 Receiving Touchdowns
Platz 9: Jerry Jeudy (Alabama) - 13 Spiele, 77 Catches, 1163 Receiving Yards (15,1 Yards pro Catch), 10 Receiving Touchdowns
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Platz 9: Jerry Jeudy (Alabama) - 13 Spiele, 77 Catches, 1163 Receiving Yards (15,1 Yards pro Catch), 10 Receiving Touchdowns
Platz 8: Tee Higgins (Clemson) - 15 Spiele, 59 Catches, 1167 Receiving Yards (19,8 Yards pro Catch), 13 Receiving Touchdowns
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Platz 8: Tee Higgins (Clemson) - 15 Spiele, 59 Catches, 1167 Receiving Yards (19,8 Yards pro Catch), 13 Receiving Touchdowns
Platz 7: Brandon Aiyuk (Arizona State) - 12 Spiele, 65 Catches, 1192 Receiving Yards (18,3 Yards pro Catch), 8 Receiving Touchdowns
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Platz 7: Brandon Aiyuk (Arizona State) - 12 Spiele, 65 Catches, 1192 Receiving Yards (18,3 Yards pro Catch), 8 Receiving Touchdowns
Platz 6: Gabriel Davis (UCF) - 12 Spiele, 72 Catches, 1241 Receiving Yards (17,2 Yards pro Catch), 12 Receiving Touchdowns
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Platz 6: Gabriel Davis (UCF) - 12 Spiele, 72 Catches, 1241 Receiving Yards (17,2 Yards pro Catch), 12 Receiving Touchdowns
Platz 5: Michael Pittman Jr. (USC) - 13 Spiele, 101 Catches, 1275 Receiving Yards (12,6 Yards pro Catch), 11 Receiving Touchdowns
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Platz 5: Michael Pittman Jr. (USC) - 13 Spiele, 101 Catches, 1275 Receiving Yards (12,6 Yards pro Catch), 11 Receiving Touchdowns
Platz 4: Tyler Johnson (Minnesota) - 13 Spiele, 86 Catches, 1318 Receiving Yards (15,3 Yards pro Catch), 13 Receiving Touchdowns
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Platz 4: Tyler Johnson (Minnesota) - 13 Spiele, 86 Catches, 1318 Receiving Yards (15,3 Yards pro Catch), 13 Receiving Touchdowns
Platz 3: CeeDee Lamb (Oklahoma) - 13 Spiele, 62 Catches, 1327 Receiving Yards (21,4 Yards pro Catch), 14 Receiving Touchdowns
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Platz 3: CeeDee Lamb (Oklahoma) - 13 Spiele, 62 Catches, 1327 Receiving Yards (21,4 Yards pro Catch), 14 Receiving Touchdowns
Platz 2: Devin Duvernay (Texas) - 13 Spiele, 106 Catches, 1386 Receiving Yards (13,1 Yards pro Catch), 9 Receiving Touchdowns
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Platz 2: Devin Duvernay (Texas) - 13 Spiele, 106 Catches, 1386 Receiving Yards (13,1 Yards pro Catch), 9 Receiving Touchdowns
Justin Jefferson (LSU) - 15 Spiele, 111 Catches, 1540 Receiving Yards (13,9 Yards pro Catch), 18 Receiving Touchdowns
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Justin Jefferson (LSU) - 15 Spiele, 111 Catches, 1540 Receiving Yards (13,9 Yards pro Catch), 18 Receiving Touchdowns
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