In the last couple of years, Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams has emerged as one of the most productive players at his position.

Adams has taken that the next level this season as he's on pace to put together a career-best campaign across the board. With that in mind, the Pro Bowler has voiced that he believes he is the best wide receiver in the league, according to Ryan Wood of Packers News.

“I do put myself top five,” Adams said. “I think I’m the best receiver in the NFL. I do.”

Adams has certainly had the numbers to put himself in conversation as one of the best players in the league at his position. He is currently sixth in the NFL with 77 receptions, eighth with 1,022 receiving yards, and fourth with 10 touchdowns. Adams is projected to record 112 catches for 1,487 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns. All of these numbers would blow his previous career highs out of the water.

The 25-year-old has effectively fulfilled the No.1 receiving option in the passing game as quarterback Aaron Rodgers' primary receiving threat as he has taken off as a legitimate superstar at the position. He has posted more than 100 receiving yards four times while recording four more catches in every game while only falling below 50 receiving yards just once. He is also alongside both Minnesota Vikings' Adam Thielen and New Orleans Saints' Michael Thomas as the only wide receivers in the top eight in the league in receptions, receiving yards, and touchdowns.

There are plenty of other wide receivers in the conversation for the being the best in the league at the wide receiver position such as Thielen, Thomas, Antonio Brown, Julio Jones, and Odell Beckham Jr. to name a few. Ultimately, the more that Adams is able to produce at an elite level the stronger the argument will be for him as being the top player at his position.