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Oklahoma State Cowboys

A second-team All-Big 12 selection by both the coaches and the media last year (the two first-team picks were both finalists for the Biletnikoff Award presented to the nation’s top receiver and have since departed), a strong case can be made for Washington as the Big 12’s top receiver heading into 2016 … He is the conference’s only returning 1,000-yard receiver and led all returning Big 12 wideouts in yards per game and touchdowns last season. A second-team All-Big 12 selection, behind only a pair of Biletnikoff Award finalists in Corey Coleman from Baylor and Josh Doctson from TCU … Midseason addition to the watch list for the Biletnikoff Award, given to the nation’s top receiver … Recipient of OSU’s Thurman Thomas Award, given by the coaches to the team’s outstanding offensive players … Led the nation with four 70-plus yard receptions and ranked 10th nationally with 20.5 yards per catch … His 10 receiving touchdowns were good for 17th in the nation … With 1,087 receiving yards, he became one of only four underclassmen ever at OSU to post a 1,000-yard receiving season, joining Rashaun Woods (2001), Dez Bryant (2008) and Justin Blackmon (2010) … Reached 100 yards receiving five times and led the team with 17 explosive plays from scrimmage (20+ yard gains) … Second on the team with 53 receptions … Went for 100 receiving yards or more in four of his last six regular season games. All five of his 100-yard games came against Big 12 opposition … Scored touchdowns on four consecutive touches with gains of 75, 73, 48, and 50 yard in wins over Texas Tech and TCU … Named Big 12 offensive player of the week after recording a career-high 200 receiving yards, including two 70-plus yard touchdown plays in the fourth quarter, in OSU’s win over Texas Tech in Lubbock … His 50.0 yards per reception that day set a school record.