(OK, yes, there are TEs and RBs included in the stats, but you get the point.)
Last weekend against Indiana, seven OSU receivers combined for 17 catches for 214 yards (12.6 ypc) and three touchdowns in a run-heavy blowout.
In the NFL, nine receivers (Heuerman, Campbell, Elliott, Smith, Samuel, McLaurin, Ginn, Thomas and Vannett) combined for 38 catches for 479 yards (also 12.6 ypc) and three scores.
The next wave, however, was insane. Eight OSU commits (Fleming, Phillips, Smith-Njigba, Scott, Royer, Seibert, Ballard and Carrico) combined for 40 catches for 830 yards (20.8 ypc) and 16 touchdowns! Forty catches, 16 scores. Good average. (Too bad Mookie isn't playing.)
Maybe even more interesting was the prep runners, Martinez, Carrico and Sawyer, who combined for 51 rushes, for 445 yards (8.7 ypc) and seven touchdowns. Not bad for a DB, LB and DE, respectively.