It is time for the annual installment of the Devy 100, the third-most ballyhooed set of devy rankings completed within the greater Southwest Minneapolis area. As always, whittling this down to a mere one hundred was no simple task. If there is anybody you believe was omitted erroneously, feel free to pop in the comments and express your displeasure. If you missed any of the previous versions, just click on them below.
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70. Jonathan Giles, WR LSU Tigers
Profile: Many Power 5 transfers are the result of limited playing time. Such was not the case for Jonathan Giles. He departed Texas Tech despite a 69-1,158-13 line during his sophomore season. He now arrives in Baton Rouge to partake in an offense which has been stuck in neutral for seemingly a decade. Those 2016 numbers are not merely a product of the Air Raid. Giles is a smooth operator with easy speed and a fearless mentality which belies a smaller frame. Following a year away from football, Giles has been somewhat forgotten, which makes him a probable value in any leagues where he has yet to be drafted.
2018 Outlook: As is always the case with LSU, receiver production is a question mark given the play under center. The unsettled situation has led to depressed numbers from a myriad of Tiger pass-catchers. The good news for Giles is his game is a bit of a departure from the trees LSU has been stockpiling in recent years. If he can thrive in the intermediate game, his skills should be on full display even if the offense is still stagnant.