There was argument to be made to put Cooper on the list. After being selected fourth overall in the 2015 draft he took the league by storm, proving to be an up and coming lethal combination with young quarterback Derek Carr. Last year, he caught 72 passes for 1,070 yards and six touchdowns, earning a Pro Bowl appearance, rare for a rookie.
Cooper went over the 100 yard mark five times in 2015, including back to back in weeks two and three. He eclipsed the 130 yard mark twice, once against the Ravens and once against the Titans. Amari came to the league with great expectations following his career at Alabama, and he did nothing to disappoint.
Let him continue his strong play for a couple of more years, lower his drop rate just a bit (7.7% last year), and he will be pushing the top of this list.
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