The 2014 wr class has been very impressive. The Bills' Sammy Watkins, Tampa Bay's Mike Evans, Carolina's Kelvin Benjamin and the New York Giants' Odell Beckham Jr have all put up huge numbers. But there are other rookie receivers -- including New Orleans' Brandin Cooks, Miami's Jarvis Landry and Philadelphia's Jordan Matthews -- who have impressed as well. "It normally takes receivers a few years to get comfortable in the league," Panthers wide receivers coach Ricky Proehl said. Is this a historic class? Most of the rookies have already contributed big plays for their teams and some even produced game winning plays. Most classes simply don't produce this many talented receivers. Who do you think will be superstars I the future?