By: Mark Heim al.com
Earlier this week, Chris Low of ESPN.com broke down the top running backs in the SEC, naming Georgia's Todd Gurley No. 1 and Alabama's T.J. Yeldon No. 2.
Now, the site takes a look at the top 10 wide receivers in the league, and it gives the nod to Alabama's Amari Cooper, who beat out Jordan Matthews of Vanderbilt.
ESPN on Cooper:
At the end of his freshman season, there wasn't a better receiver in college football than Cooper, who caught five touchdown passes in his last three games. He's gotten bigger and stronger this offseason, and is as explosive as ever. You're talking about a guy who could have 20 touchdowns in his first two seasons.
Check out the rankings here.
Low also ranks Alabama No. 1 in the league at the wide receiver position, beating out Georgia.
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