Demaryius Thomas is used to making big grabs. Now, he’s grabbed the No. 20 spot on the NFL’s Top 100 Players of 2015 list.

Selected by a vote of his peers, Thomas rose 29 spots from his position last year to enter elite company among the best in the NFL. According to NFL Network, Thomas is the sixth-ranked wide receiver on the list.

With 184 targets, Thomas led the league in 2014. He was second to Antonio Brown (129, 1,698) of Pittsburgh with 111 receptions and 1,619 yards. Both were career highs for Denver’s sixth-year wideout. He was also second to Atlanta’s Julio Jones (ranked No. 13 on the list) in receptions of 20+ yards.

Thomas ranked in the top five in yards per game (101.2) and first downs (69) – an honor he shared with teammate Emmanuel Sanders.

Sanders was another Bronco ranked on the list, coming it at No. 95. The wide receiver duo joins DeMarcus Ware (No. 87), Von Miller (No. 33) and Petyon Manning (TBD) on the 2015 edition of the annual list.

Former-Bronco Julius Thomas, now with Jacksonville, came in at No. 45.

In what was one of the biggest snubs to date on the annual list, Pro Bowl cornerback Chris Harris did not make the list. He was rated the No. 4 player in all of football by Pro Football Focus.