Alabama has been the undisputed best team in the country all season. Unsurprisingly, they have the best coach in the nation in Nick Saban, a Heisman-contending quarterback in Tua Tagovailoa, and apparently now they have the best wide receiver as well.

Crimson Tide wide receiver ​Jerry Jeudy has been named this year's winner of the Biletnikoff Award for the best receiver in all of college football.​

In 13 games this season, Jeudy scored 12 touchdowns and gained 1103 yards on 59 catches. These may be impressive numbers, but they are by no means at the top of ​​college football. So, why did Jeudy earn this award?

The two runner-ups for the award posted significantly gaudier numbers this year, leading many to believe that Jeudy won due to the "​Alabama effect."

Regardless of whether or not Jeudy's raw numbers establish him as the best wide receiver in the country, there is absolutely no debating his skill. In one of the most high-powered offenses of all-time, the ball gets spread around in such a way that may prevent a player from putting up video game-like numbers, so to fault Jeudy for that is ludicrous.

The Crimson Tide wideout was the best in the country this year, no matter what the numbers may have against him.