Josh Stewart could easily turn out to be the best wide receiver in the entire nation after the 2013 season if he already isn’t there yet. The Oklahoma State Cowboys‘ wide out has had one of the most impressive seasons of any wide receiver in recent memory and it just another in a long line of solid wide outs to come out of Oklahoma State — along with Dez Bryant and Justin Blackmon.
His 101 catches in 2012 was one of the best outputs in the nation last year. In fact, he ranked ninth in college football with one catch over the century mark. He also had the 15th most receiving yards in the country with 1,210.
Currently ranked in the top-15, the Cowboys have a solid chance at a conference title this season, if not a national title. Stewart will lead the offense and will likely be the favorite target of Clint Chelf or whomever ends up as the starting quarterback of this team throughout the year.
Stewart can take the pressure off any quarterback that the Cowboys throw under center because of his speed and ability to catch a ton of passes. He will be the top target once again in 2013 and he was already a 2012 First-Team All-Big 12 receiver.
I can’t imagine there is a guy that anyone would want to target more than Stewart in college football — other than USC‘s Marquise Lee.
Although he is a bit undersized at 5-foot-10 and 185 pounds, he can put up some big time numbers and it doesn’t matter how big he is when he’s burning by opponents.