there is an abundance of talent at the FCS level. here are some of the statistical leaders as of today (i'll stop with the Top 25, as the list would be VERY long otherwise) along with a few notes: 1) Cooper Kupp (Eastern Washington) 4 games, 46 catches, 759 yards, 10 touchdowns (see post above for more evidence) 2) Jake Wieneke (South Dakota State) 3 games, 26 catches, 528 yards, 6 touchdowns 7) Brock McCoin (Tennessee Tech) 4 games, 36 catches, 480 yards, 2 touchdowns on this season's opening weekend, Brock lit up the Houston Cougars secondary for 9 catches, 264 yards, and 2 touchdowns including a 77-yarder. he also had this shake-and-bake run-after-catch beauty for 47 yards: http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=13594489 10) Tyler Dube (Sacred Heart) 4 games, 23 catches, 414 yards, 5 touchdowns Dube is as quick as a hiccup and is almost untouchable in the open field as seen in this one-game highlight reel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GO9VuLmtYug 21) Nic Sblendorio (Eastern Washington) 4 games, 17 catches, 310 yards, 1 touchdown frequently overshadowed by his "All Galaxy" teammate Cooper Kupp, Sblendorio is still very much an electrifying playmaker 22) Jake Raymond (Morehead State) 4 games, 31 catches, 310 yards, 1 touchdown virtually invisible in the media world of football's "real" superstars, Raymond has quietly led the Eagles in receiving every year of his career. 23) Madison Mangum (Idaho State) 4 games, 23 catches, 307 yards, 3 touchdowns he made this amazing one-handed catch earlier this year: [video=youtube;0JujeuD__Yc]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JujeuD__Yc[/video] 25) Troy Pelletier (Lehigh) 4 games, 28 catches, 300 yards, 4 touchdowns led Lehigh in receiving last year as a freshman and was a finalist for the Jerry Rice Award given to the top freshman in the FCS ************************** this list doesn't include All-American and reigning FCS Special Teams Player of the Year (and former cornerback) Ed Eagan (Northwestern State, seen below returning a kick), who has been largely quiet thus far this season due to being on a terrible team. the dynamic wide receiver/kick returner had a big outing in a loss to Central Arkansas yesterday, however. Eagan finished the game with 10 catches for 108 yards and 2 touchdowns. he now holds the school record for career receptions despite it being just his third year to play wide receiver. Eagan also set the Southland Conference record for career kick returns with 108 and moved into second place in the conference's career kick return yardage with 2,449 yards. here is a good profile piece on him.