For the storied 2014 NFL rookie receiving class, freakish athleticism isn't limited to the football field.

Two members of what some have called the best group of first-year receivers ever have showcased their skill over the offseason with some impressive slam dunks.

Madden 2016 cover boy Odell Beckham Jr. has thrown down a pair of slams the past few months:

@kingjames im takin notes #toBored

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Not to be outdone, Tampa Bay Buccaneers star Mike Evans recently posted this video to his Twitter feed:

It's one thing for an NFL player to dunk. It's an entirely different thing for him to put the ball between his legs before doing it.

Evans has a height advantage over Beckham -- the former is 6-foot-5 and the latter is 6 feet tall -- and a better basketball pedigree. As a high schooler Evans averaged 18.3 points, 8.4 rebounds and 5.2 assists. Shortly after committing to play football at Texas A&M, where he teamed up with Johnny Manziel, Evans received a basketball scholarship offer from Texas.

“It was tough; I loved basketball,” Evans said of his decision to focus on football. “I stuck to Texas A&M.”

As skilled as he is on the hardwood, it certainly appears Evans is playing the right sport. Evans, 21, set the Bucs' single-season touchdown catches record in 2014 with 12.

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