1.) DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson – Last Week: 1

Hopkins, not Sammy Watkins, is the best receiver at Clemson. Hopkins leads the ACC in receiving yards, and gave up no ground last week with a 7 reception, 173 yard, 2 TD performance against Georgia Tech. He has 8 TDs on the year.

2.) Alex Amidon, Boston College – Last Week: 3

Amidon continues to be the biggest threat for Boston College, doing just about everything asked of him. He finished up with 5 receptions for 85 yards and a TD last week, and chipped in a 24-yard TD run as well.

3.) Conner Vernon, Duke – Last Week: 8

I dropped Vernon down last week, and I shouldn’t have. The senior receiver continues his best season with 7 receptions for 93 yards and 2 touchdowns against Virginia.

4.) Quintin Payton, North Carolina State – Last Week: 9

Payton is now fourth in the ACC in receiving yards, and had a nice game last week with 6 receptions for 79 yards.

5.) Phillip Dorsett, Miami – Last Week: 2

I won’t drop Dorsett that far, because one bad game is just one bad game…but man was it bad. 1 reception, 6 yards. He had to stop being dominant eventually.

6.) Jamison Crowder, Duke – Last Week: N/A

Crowder is back on the list, and honestly probably shouldn’t have been off it in spite of his ten yard game. The Sophomore Dukie had 4 receptions for 84 yards and a touchdown against UVA.

7.) Stefon Diggs, Maryland – Last Week: N/A

Diggs continues his fantastic rookie campaign with his second straight 100+ yard receiving game, finishing with 5 catches and 105 yards. His 63 yard reception was instrumental in getting the Terrapins a victory.

8.) Corey Fuller, Virginia Tech – Last Week: N/A

Fuller goes ahead of his receiving partner, Marcus Davis, because his game last week was fantastic: 5 receptions for 143 yards and a touchdown. He had a 66 yard snag during that game as well.

9.) Marcus Davis, Virginia Tech – Last Week: 6

Davis is having a relatively solid year as well, catching 3 receptions for 66 yards and a touchdown against North Carolina.

10.) Terence Davis, Wake Forest – Last Week: N/A

Davis might end up on this list from now on with the injury to Michael Campanaro. In a loss against Maryland, Davis had one touchdown haul for 73 yards, and finished with 7 receptions for 130 yards.