The SEC boasts some of the top wide receivers in the country.

D’haquille Williams, Laquon Treadwell and De’Runnya Wilson all have a skill set and NFL-ready bodies that will surely make them high draft picks. There are plenty other talented wideouts across the conference that will be playing on Sundays soon.

SEC teams have traditionally hung their hat on stingy defense and a strong running game, but as the game of football continues to get more pass happy so has the conference. There will still be plenty of defense and running but the talent these teams have on the outside will be utilized this season and in subsequent seasons, as top wide receiver recruits continue to flock to the SEC.

Here are the best five wide receivers entering the conference’s 2016 class in the opinion of Saturday Down South:

1. Elijah Stove (Niceville, Fla.) — Auburn commit

  • The skinny: Stove is a four-star recruit with decent size and blazing speed. “Duke” Williams is a senior this season, so the Tigers will be looking to develop Stove into the next elite Auburn wideout. Stove is perhaps the best route runner with the best hands in the 2016 class.

2. DeKaylin Metcalf (Oxford, Miss.) — Ole Miss commit

  • The skinny: And the rich get richer as the Rebels pull a stud wide receiver from their own backyard. Metcalf is the No. 1 ranked player in the state of Mississippi and will look to help pick up where Treadwell is sure to leave off. Unless he makes an early exit to the NFL, Ole Miss sophomore wideout Damore’ea Stringfellow will be an upperclassmen when the 6-foot-3, 211-pound Metcalf gets there and the two could make for a dynamic duo of big, fast receivers.

3. Dee Anderson (DeSoto, Texas) — LSU commit

  • The skinny: Anderson has been committed to the Tigers since August 2014. He will bring with him to Baton Rouge an uncanny combination of speed and size. At 6-foot-5, Anderson wins jump balls with ease against defensive backs but usually has blown by his man enough to not have to. At around the 1 minute and 15 second mark of his Hudl film, Anderson also shows his grit by coming all the way across the field and taking out two defenders with a block that sprung his teammate for a score.

4. Randrecous Davis (Atlanta, Ga.) – Georgia commit

  • The skinny: At 5-foot-11, 180-pounds, Davis’ game is a lot like the versatile South Carolina wide receiver Pharoh Cooper, who led the SEC in receptions last season. Davis is a speedster with excellent hands and route-running ability. He might play a key role in Georgia’s return game as well because of his elusiveness and field vision.

5.  Bryan Edwards (Conway, S.C.) — South Carolina commit

  • The skinny: Edwards was a big in-state target for the Gamecocks. His speed and athleticism for a guy his size — 6-foot-3, 205 pounds — is rare to find. He’ll look to continue the trend of productive receivers to come out of Columbia, a city that has produced Sidney Rice, Alshon Jeffery and Pharoh Cooper.