I’ll wax poetic another time. The top of the wide receiver board is stocked with the usual suspects. But, change is afoot. Mike Evans crashes the top-5, and we’ve got Michael Thomas and Brandin Cooks entering the top 10. Cooks offers Tom Brady his first true deep ball threat since Randy Moss in that historic season a decade ago.

We’ll update as the preseason rolls forward.

Antonio Brown, PIT
Julio Jones, ATL
Odell Beckham, Jr., NYG
Mike Evans, TB
Jordy Nelson, GB
A.J. Green, CIN
Amari Cooper, OAK
Michael Thomas, NO
Doug Baldwin, SEA
Brandin Cooks, NE
T.Y. Hilton, IND
Terrelle Pryor, WAS
Keenan Allen, LAC
Dez Bryant, DAL
Alston Jeffery, PHI
DeAndre Hopkins, HOU
Jarvis Landry, MIA
Demaryius Thomas, DEN
Julian Edelman, NE
Davante Adams, GB
Tyreek Hill, KC
Allen Robinson, JAX
Golden Tate, DET
Martavis Bryant, PIT
Sammy Watkins, LAR
Jamison Crowder, WAS
Stefon Diggs, MIN
Michael Crabtree, OAK
Larry Fitzgerald, ARI
Emmanuel Sanders, DEN
Eric Decker, TEN
Willie Snead, NO
DeSean Jackson, TB
Devante Parker, MIA
Tyrell Williams, LAC
Brandon Marshall, NYG
Kelvin Benjamin, CAR
Cameron Meredith, CHI
Donte Moncrief, IND
Jeremy Marlin, BAL
Pierre Garcon, SF
Randall Cobb, GB
Jordan Matthews, BUF
Corey Coleman, CLE
Cole Beasley, DAL
Corey Davis, TEN
Josh Doctson, WAS
John Brown, ARI
Mike Wallace, BAL
Kenny Britt, CLE
Robert Woods, LAR
Zay Jones, BUF
Adam Thielen, MIN
Sterling Shepard, NYG
Marvin Jones, DET
Rishard Matthews, TEN
Tyler Lockett, SEA
Ted Ginn, NO
Kevin White, CHI
Breshad Perriman, BAL