DeVonta Smith is a household name for football fans across the country, but especially so in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

The former Alabama WR and Heisman winner in 2020 spent 4 years at Alabama, winning 2 national titles along the way in 2017 and 2020. He was drafted 10th overall to the Philadelphia Eagles and has immediately produced alongside Jalen Hurts as well. Smith has totaled 159 receptions, 2,112 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns.

And yet, Smith still does not have himself in the top 3 for all-time Alabama wide receivers. He revealed his personal top 5 list in May, listing Julio Jones at No. 1.

Here’s the remainder of his list:

It’s hard to place where exactly Smith would rank on this list too, but a strong argument could be made that, because he won a Heisman and has succeeded everywhere he has gone, he should be no lower than No. 3. It’s not crazy to say he could even be No. 1 over Cooper and Jones. He does hold multiple Alabama records, after all.

And when that’s all settled, where do Jaylen Waddle, John Metchie, DJ Hall and Jameson Williams rank? Are any top 5 snubs for Smith?