James Washington’s appearance in the Camping World Bowl will be football fans’ last chance to see one of college football’s most explosive players in recent years.
As a recruit
At a .8562 (3-star) 247sports composite ranking, Washington entered the Oklahoma State football program as the 95th-ranked receiver in the 2014 class. It doesn’t seem like Washington had too much trouble surpassing that mark.
The Cowboy saw part-time work in his true freshman year, with 456 receiving yards, but didn’t take much longer to settle in. In the three following seasons, he’s strung together quite the stat line:
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With those yards-per-reception numbers, opposing teams have known exactly what’s coming at them for three years – and haven’t been able to stop it.
On the field, in short
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