What the NFL Gets From Each Power-5 Conference

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August 30, 2015; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper (89) runs a route during the first quarter in a preseason NFL football game against the Arizona Cardinals at O.co Coliseum. The Cardinals defeated the Raiders 30-23. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Receivers: ACC, SEC

For your quarterback to perform, not only does he need protection but he needs receivers to throw to. And right now, it looks like the best receivers are coming from the SEC and the ACC. The Big-10 actually has the highest percentage of receivers in the Hall of Fame with six.

But I can’t put to much into that because most of them played before the ’70s, when it was a different game. Calvin “Megatron” Johnson and Damarious Thomas represent the ACC along with DeAndre Hopkins and Andre Johnson. The SEC is fully represented by Julio Jones, A.J. Green, Randall Cobb and Alshon Jeffrey.

Then there was 2014 new-comer Odell Beckham Jr. the came into the NFL and ball out immediately. And No. 4 overall Amari Cooper looks like he’s going to come into the NFL nd do the same thing. The ACC and SEC is where it’s at when it comes to finding weapons for your franchise quarterback.

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