Tag: James Washington

Oklahoma Sooners | May 8, 2020

Big 12 All-Decade Team | Wide Receiver

You can’t have an all-decade team without some controversy and we’ve certainly got plenty of it at the wide receiver position where a pair of Cowboys, and a Wildcat, edged […]

Oklahoma Sooners | July 7, 2018

2018 Big 12 Football Position Rankings | Receivers

The explosive offenses of the Big 12 greatly benefit the receivers of the conference. The NFL is littered with pass catchers from around the Big 12 and that’s a tradition that isn’t expected to stop anytime soon. 

Oklahoma State Cowboys | May 23, 2018

Oklahoma State Offers 2019 3-Star Receiver

Mike Gundy has made a habit of developing receivers and sending them on to the NFL. With James Washington being the latest example of what the program can do for talented receivers, Gundy is hoping he can get a 3-star prospect from Midlothian, Texas to buy in. 

Oklahoma State Cowboys | May 18, 2018

Sports Illustrated Picks Justice Hill As A Heisman Dark Horse

We’re not even into the summer yet but the lists keep piling up anyway. That’s not at all a bad thing though. Without these lists how could we pass the time until September 1st. I mean, we’ve got to have something to talk about, right?

Sports Illustrated’s Chris Johnson is the latest to join in on off-season lists by releasing his Heisman dark horses. Among them is Oklahoma State’s Justice Hill. 

Oklahoma State Cowboys | April 27, 2018

Pittsburgh Steelers Select James Washington In Second Round

The first Oklahoma State football player has come off the board as the 2018 NFL Draft rolls on. Receiver James Washington was selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers, in the second round, as the 60th overall pick. 

Oklahoma State Cowboys | December 8, 2017

Oklahoma State’s James Washington Wins Biletnikoff Award

For the second straight year the Fred Biletnikoff Award will reside in the state of Oklahoma. OSU receiver James Washington joined former star Justin Blackmon as the only other Cowboy to be honored as the nation’s top wide receiver. Blackmon won the awards in back-to-back years of 2010 and 2011, meaning Washington’s reception of the award, on Thursday night, marks the third time an Oklahoma State player has received the honor.