Where do you guys think Josh Reed stands in the ranking of LSU's receivers? Best of all time? Or pretty close to the top?
The only problem is the 1 1/2 year exposure at the position.
LSU has had, literally, 2 All American wide receievers - Wendell Davis and Josh Reed. Eric Martin might have been better, overall, than either.
Purely based on time at LSU, and looking at season and career numbers, Reed got the Biletnikoff and All American nod for 2001 season, and this remains the best season ever for an SEC WR. He has 3,001 receiving yards for a career, despite playing the position for a little over 1 1/2 years.
The Bama game (also a single game SEC record) was as fun a game to watch a single player in history. I've never, ever seen a wide receiver get so consistently open - without even a defender being in the camera shot in my life - and that includes Roy Williams (Texas WR) against us in the 2003 Cotton Bowl.
This post was edited on 5/1 at 11:29 am