'Tis better to receive than to give for the NFL's top young talent in 2016. Wide receivers outnumber quarterbacks by an 8-3 margin in ESPN's annual Mel Kiper-inspired ranking of the top 25 players under 25 years old. It's the same drill as in years past: The rankings are a blend of production and potential, which made for a few strong objections from NFL evaluators. What fun would it be if everyone agreed?
1. Odell Beckham Jr., WR, New York Giants
Beckham's 262 receptions for 3,770 yards and 33 touchdowns place him in elite company through the first three seasons of a career -- even though Beckham has missed five games and still has four to play this season. Since 2001, only Jarvis Landry has more receptions (268) through three seasons. Only A.J. Green has more receiving yards (3,833). Only Rob Gronkowski has more receiving TDs (34).