There is no question that many players are becoming more versatile and talented with each passing year.
But who are the top NFL players at their position?
Here’s a look at who’s currently in the NFL, who’s still young and who might have some years left.
Antonio Brown, Steelers: Brown has had a fantastic rookie season and he’s been an absolute beast since coming to Pittsburgh.
His physical play, strength and speed have allowed him to get to the quarterback a lot more frequently, and his ability to run routes has made him a threat to catch passes as well.
Brown is also known for his explosiveness, and the Steelers are no stranger to his power.
He could easily be the best pure receiver in the league.
Mike Wallace, Packers: Wallace is an absolute stud at tight end and has a knack for getting the ball to the right people at the right time.
He’s also proven to be a great receiver for the Packers, too, as he’s scored in double digits in all four of his seasons.
Calvin Johnson, Lions: Johnson is one of the most underrated players in the game right now.
He is such a versatile player and is capable of doing everything from being an all-around receiver to a deep threat as well as being a big-play threat.
If he can stay healthy, he’ll be an incredible talent.
Julio Jones, Falcons: Jones has been a revelation since being acquired by the Falcons last year, averaging nearly 18 catches and 2,000 yards per season in three years.
Jones is a big body that can run routes well and is one to watch as he enters the twilight of his career.
A.J. Green, Bengals: The big-bodied receiver who has had the best year of his young career in 2016 has made some very impressive catches over the past few years.
He should continue to get better as he matures.
Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals: Fitzgerald is still a relatively unknown commodity, but the former second-round pick has made the most of his opportunities and has been very effective in his first few years in the pros.
He also has the ability to get big plays in traffic.
Martavis Bryant, Steelers and Cardinals: Bryant is one the NFL’s best cornerbacks, and he hasn’t had to face the likes of Julio Jones or A.V. Austin this year.
He still has a long way to go in terms of his game, but he has the tools to become a top cornerback in the future.
Larry Ogunjobi, Jaguars: Ogunjoi is an amazing athlete with a great motor.
He has had some injury problems throughout his career, but this season has been nothing short of a highlight reel.
Calvin Ridley, Panthers: Ridley is the best wide receiver in football right now and has the potential to be the game’s best running back.
Dez Bryant, Cowboys: Bryant has been an incredible contributor for the Cowboys in his short career, as the former first-round draft pick has been the team’s leading receiver and one of its top blockers.
Brandon Marshall, Jets: Marshall has the best speed in the business, and it has paid off in huge ways for the Jets this season.
He can also be a disruptive playmaker in the passing game.
DeAndre Hopkins, Texans: Hopkins has the most explosive skill set in the whole league and is an incredible pass-catcher with some of the best hands in the entire NFL.
Julio Brown, Packers and Patriots: Brown is another big-time receiver who is making a name for himself and is arguably the best receiver in this class.
He’ll be hard-pressed to beat him on any given night.
Dwayne Allen, Steelers, and Saints: Allen is a very dynamic runner with some great burst, which will make him a nightmare to stop if he is given the chance.
Brandon Weeden, Texans and Jaguars: Weeden has been one of our favorite quarterbacks in the past two seasons and he continues to impress on a weekly basis.
Ty Montgomery, Texans, and Browns: Montgomery is a player who can really change a game.
He had an outstanding rookie season with the Texans and could easily have a big season in Cleveland.
Julio Denton, Ravens: Denton has had an excellent career with the Ravens, and despite a few injuries, he has played a huge role in the Ravens success.
Larry Donnell, Browns: Donnell has shown some impressive skill with his feet, and could become one of football’s top wide receivers if he stays healthy.
Jarvis Landry, Steelers (via trade): Landry has been getting better each season as a receiver, and while he is still raw, he is making some impressive plays for the Steelers.
Chris Hogan, Titans: Hogan has been inconsistent this season, but could be a big