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2013 Community Projections: WR Tevin Reese

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So the projections for Jordan Najvar yesterday were pretty tough. We can talk about it if you want. Today's should be a bit easier, since we're dealing with the most-experienced returning starter Baylor has at WR: Tevin Reese.

Ronald Martinez

Yesterday, I wrote over 2,600 words about our receiver situation, long as it is on promise but short on experience. The one bright spot in that regard, the one place where Baylor actually has significant skins on the wall at the WR position, is Tevin Reese, one of the most electric players in the conference. Today, we're projecting his 2013 season.

Before we do that, though, I want to make sure that everyone knows you can absolutely go back and do other players you might have missed! You should, actually, since you have to do all of the players on a certain side of the ball to win free swag. Swag that I will buy for you and give to you, the winner, for free. FREE! So keep projecting. You lose nothing and potentially gain something. For free!

RECEPTIONS / YARDS / TOUCHDOWNS

That's what I'm looking for. Reese has had a few rushes in his career but not enough to be substantial or worth projecting here.

Receiving Rushing Scrimmage
Year School Conf Class Pos Rec Yds Avg TD Att Yds Avg TD Plays Yds Avg TD
*2010 Baylor Big 12 FR WR 45 401 8.9 0 2 13 6.5 0 47 414 8.8 0
*2011 Baylor Big 12 SO WR 51 877 17.2 7 5 102 20.4 0 56 979 17.5 7
*2012 Baylor Big 12 JR WR 53 957 18.1 9 4 21 5.3 0 57 978 17.2 9
Career Baylor 149 2235 15.0 16 11 136 12.4 0 160 2371 14.8 16
Provided by Sports-Reference.com/CFB: View Original Table
Generated 8/8/2013.

Just the projections, please. Everything else can go into the Discussion Fanpost, a lonely, desolate place where I hoped we'd be talking Bryce Petty stats and maybe swapping stories of our least-favorite moments in the Guy Morriss era (nearly all of them).