6. Jerricho Cotchery, NC State
Cotchery was the man for the moment during his time in Raleigh. With the ascent of Philip Rivers, Cotchery evolved into one of the top No. 1 wideouts in ACC history. For his career, Cotchery caught 200 passes for 3,119 yards, both of which are Top 20 marks in ACC history, and 20 touchdowns.
Over his final two seasons (2002-03), Cotchery recorded 156 receptions for 2,561 yards (16.4 yards per catch) and 17 touchdowns.