All-Time MSU Football Team: Receivers

Over the three weeks of fall camp, Mississippi State will be collecting votes and assembling an all-time MSU football team in honor of the 100th anniversary of Scott Field. Winners will be announced over the course of the season as the starters are filled in on both sides of the ball.

Voting is simple: the candidates and their highlights are listed below, just vote for your choices in the poll.

Today, we begin by selecting three receivers from the pool.

Justin Jenkins 2000-03

139 catches (4th-most all-time), 1,974 yards (5th-most all-time), 17 touchdowns (tied second), six 100-yard games (T-4th), holds record for most consecutive games with a touchdown catch (five in 2003).

David Smith 1968-70

162 catches (1st all-time), 2,168 yards (1st), 12 touchdowns (7th), eight 100-yard games (1st), averaged 74.8 yards per game (1st), second-most receptions in one game (14 for 194 yards in 1969 Egg Bowl), second-most yards in one game (215 vs Texas Tech in 1970).

Chad Bumphis 2009-2012

159 catches (2nd all-time), 2,270 yards (1st), 24 touchdowns (1st), seven 100-yard games (T-2nd), most consecutive games with a catch (30 from 2009-12), single-season record for touchdown catches (12 in 2012).

Mardye McDole 1977-80

116 catches (7th all-time), 2,214 yards (2nd), 13 touchdowns (T-5), averaged 19.09 yards per catch (1st, minimum 100 career receptions), only 1,000-yard receiver in MSU history (1,035 in 1978), seven 100-yard games (T-2nd).

Eric Moulds vs. Tennessee

Eric Moulds vs. Tennessee

Eric Moulds 1993-95

118 catches (6th all-time), 2,022 yards (4th), 17 touchdowns (T-2nd), most catches in a single game (15 for 183 yards vs Tennessee in 1995).

Sammy Milner 1968-70

146 catches (3rd all-time), 1,806 yards (6th), 11 touchdowns (8th), two 64-catch seasons (T-2nd for best single-season, 1968 and 1969).

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