From a statistical standpoint, Stedman Bailey was West Virginia's best receiver in 2012—not Tavon Austin. Still, Bailey will likely be the second Mountaineer wideout off the board in April's draft.
This highly productive receiver benefited from the stellar play of quarterback Geno Smith and a powerhouse offense that generated nearly 40 points a game last season.
With 114 receptions, 25 touchdowns and 1,622 receiving yards to his name in 2012, Bailey earned second-team AP All-American honors. On top of that, Bailey also set a school record for consecutive 100-yard receiving games when he managed the feat against Maryland, LSU, Bowling Green, UConn and Syracuse.
Here are 10 video highlights from Bailey's collegiate career.