It's time to decide the most dangerous of the skill position players for our All-Conference team. First we'll decide the receivers and then the running backs. The selection base is large and the talent is deep but we can only take two. Here's how we'll do it. Use the poll on the right sidebar to vote for who you believe is the conference's top receiver and we'll take the top two vote getters and place them on the team. As always you can use the diaries section to rate and debate.
Made 34 catches for 484 yards and eight touchdowns, despite missing three weeks with a virus ... school record-holder with 26 TD receptions and ranks fifth in Big 12 Conference history ... his 2,317 career receiving yards ranks second in school history ... owns 124 career receptions, ranking fifth on the all-time ISU chart ... had biggest game of junior season against Nebraska, making six receptions for 96 yards and a touchdown ... had six catches for 68 yards and a TD at Texas.
Last Season: Finished the season 11th nationally and second in the Big 12 with 90.85 receiving yards per game ... Was fifth in the Big 12 with 4.6 catches per game ... Caught 12 TD passes ... Set a Big 12 record with 300 receiving yards against Kansas ... His effort against the Jayhawks was the 11th best game in NCAA history and included 13 catches and four touchdowns ... The 13 catches are second best by a Cowboy in a game ... Specialty is long distance scores as his touchdown grabs included scoring receptions covering 75, 69, 64, 55, 54 45 and 34 yards.
Last Season: Started all 12 games of the season... Led the team with 45 receptions and tied for the team lead with five touchdown catches... Ended the year with a total of 455 receiving yards for an average of 37.9 yards per contest... Had a season-long 31 yard catch against South Florida... Set two career-bests against Nebraska with eight catches for 108 yards... Caught at least two passes in each of the last 11 games of the season.
Last Season: Caught 48 passes for 829 yards and 6 TDs - all career highs ... An injury prevented him from becoming only the 3rd player in MU history to record 1,000 receiving yards in a season ... Still earned honorable mention All-Big 12 honors from league coaches, and was named the team's receiver of the year ... His 829 receiving yards ranked as 7th-best on Mizzou's single-season charts ... MU's best deep threat who had 5-of-6 TDs on the year come from 30 yards or farther, which was an MU single-season record for most TD receptions of 30 yards or longer.
Last Season: All-Big 12 second team by the coaches and Associated Press ... ... led the Sooners in receptions, receiving yards and touchdown catches ... tied the school record with 11 receptions against Texas Tech ... went over 100 receiving yards in five games with a best of 164 versus Middle Tennessee, a bowl team ... set a quarter record in that game after hauling in three passes for 134 yards in the first period ... set Big 12 Championship Game records with 10 receptions and 142 yards ... also caught two TDs in the win over Nebraska.
Last Season: Appeared in all 13 games, starting nine, despite struggling with injuries all season long... Still managed to lead the Wildcats in both receptions and receiving yards for the second straight year... Hauled in 39 catches for 547 yards and a touchdown... Averaging 14.0 yards per reception... Hauled in four or more receptions in seven games... Also completed a 28-yard pass against Texas... Had a career-best eight catches at Kansas for 64 yards.
Last Season: Nunn finished the season with a team-high 42 receptions for 597 yards and three touchdown catches.
He became only the 13th Husker to break the 1,000-yard career mark early in the season, and caught more than one pass in all but two games, including five contests with at least four receptions.
Nunn totaled a season-high five catches against both Louisiana Tech and Texas and broke the 100-yard barrier for the first time in his career with 102 yards on four catches against Troy. Nunn also hauled in a career-long 75-yard reception to score NU's opening touchdown against Kansas less than one minute into the contest. In addition to the TD catch against KU, he added scoring receptions against Missouri on a reverse pass from fellow wideout Maurice Purify and opened the scoring with a touchdown against Colorado.
Last Season: Started all 13 games ... earned first-team All-Big 12 honors ... led the team with 46 catches for 801 yards and 12 TDs (T-No. 1 on UT's single-season list) ... caught a TD pass in 10 of 13 games ... averaged 34.8 yards per TD catch ... broke Roy Williams' school record by catching a TD pass in seven consecutive games ... tallied 11 of UT's 18 longest receptions on the season ... posted five catches of 40 or more yards and 10 of at least 30 yards ... caught five passes for 111 yards and two TDs, including career-long 60-yard TD reception, against North Texas.
Your All Conference Team
QB Colt McCoy - Texas (40% of the vote)
LT Tyler Luellen - Missouri (31% of the vote)
LG George "Duke" Robinson - Oklahoma (82% of the vote)
C John Cooper - Oklahoma (76% of the vote)
RG Chad Smith - Baylor (51% of the vote)
RT Branndon Braxton - Oklahoma (64% of the vote)
TE Joe Jon Finley - Oklahoma (31% of the vote)