Ranking the best season by a wide receiver in BYU history

Published: Thursday, Aug. 14 2014 10:12 a.m. MDT

Even though the Cougars' all-time leading receiver is off to the bright lights of the NFL, BYU still has plenty of talent at the wide receiver position heading into the 2014 season. Even with all of the athletes on the outside for BYU, at least a couple of players need to step up for the team to have success. After all, BYU is a much better team when it has a big-time wide receiver or two on the roster. The Cougars have had that on the roster over the last handful of seasons in Cody Hoffman, who put up some of the best seasons from a wide receiver in school history. He isn't the only wide out who put up monster seasons while at the Y, however.

Here is a look at the 25 best seasons by a wide receiver ever at BYU.

Statistics and placement in both conference and national leader boards are from Sports-reference.com. Award information and school records are from BYUCougars.com.

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Ghost Writer

I never saw anyone who could go up and make impossible grabs with DBs draped all over him like Glen Kozlowski.

Anchorage, AK

Ghost Writer, I completely agree, and the guy was as flexible as gumby. He was amazing to watch. Matt Bellini was also awesome but they probably put him under running backs but many, that guy could catch a ball.

Surf is Up
Miami, FL

Ben Cahoon was up there with Koz

North Las Vegas, NV

Remember playing city league softball against Kozlowski. Anything hit his way was an automatic out. An amazing player.

Layton, UT

Chronister was the man!

Silver City, NM

I attended the BYU/Texas Western game when Phil Odle shined in big win. There weren't many BYU fans there, but we cheered them to victory!

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