B1G WR/TE rankings: How does Penn State Football stack up?

Penn State Nittany Lions tight end Brenton Strange (Mandatory Credit: Matthew OHaren-USA TODAY Sports)
Penn State Nittany Lions tight end Brenton Strange (Mandatory Credit: Matthew OHaren-USA TODAY Sports) /
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1. Ohio State Buckeyes 

Ohio State has a gaggle of five-star recruits at the wide receiver position heading into 2021, however the Buckeyes got the biggest boost from a guy they expected to turn pro.

Wide receiver Chris Olave announced he will be returning for his senior season and shocked the college football world. Olave was projected as a late first round pick by draft experts, but will return next fall to complete the best wide receiver tandem in the country.

Opposite Olave is junior Garrett Wilson, a former five-star prospect out of Texas who might be the most athletic wideout in the country. Last season, Olave and Wilson finished second and third in receiving in the Big Ten, together amassing 93 receptions, over 1,400 yards and 13 touchdowns in only eight games.