Wednesday, January 13, 2016

2015 All-Bilo FBS Wide Receiver of the Year

The finalists for the 2015 All-Bilo FBS Wide Receiver of the Year are...

Daniel Braverman, Western Michigan
Braveran had a huge season for the Broncos in 2015, catching 108 passes (2nd) for 1371 yards (8th). He averaged 12.69 yards per grab and managed 13 TDs on the season. He averaged 8.3 receptions per game, and 105.5 yards per game.

Keyarris Garrett, Tulsa
Garrett finished with 96 receptions for the Golden Hurricanes and led the nation with 1588 yards on a 16.54 yards per catch average. He finished with 8 TDs receiving on 7.4 receptions per game, and led the country with a 122.2 yards per game average.

Mike Thomas, Southern Mississippi
Thomas finished with 71 receptions on the season, and turned those grabs into 1391 yards, good for 107 yards per game for the resurgent Golden Eagles. Thomas finished tied for 5th with 14 receiving TDs and averaged 19.59 yards per grab on the season.Thomas added 311 yards as a kick return man, averaging 20.73 yards per return.

Corey Coleman, Baylor
Coleman led the nation for the Bears with 20 TDs on the season receiving. Had it not been for the ravaged QB position getting wrecked with injuries, he may have had more than that by the season was through. Coleman caught 74 passes for 1363 yards and averaged 18.42 yards per grab for the Bears, and finished with 113.6 yards per game.

And the winner is...

Corey Coleman, Baylor
Coleman's 20 TDs on the season were an astounding number, and his ability to stretch the field was a measure of success that afforded the Bears passing game to be effective, even when heinous injuries set in. Coleman has closed out his Baylor career, as he has declared for the NFL draft.
Congratulations to Corey and to the Baylor University program!

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