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2011/2012 Top Bowl Performers - Receivers
Oklahoma State WR Justin Blackmon
Oklahoma State WR Justin Blackmon
CollegeFootballNews.com
Posted Jan 11, 2012


The best and the brightest players of the 2011/2012 bowl season. Receivers

2011-2012 CFN All-Bowl Team

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2011-2012 Top Bowl Performers
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1. Western Michigan WR Jordan White caught 13 passes for 265 yards and a score in the Little Caesars Bowl loss to Purdue.

2. West Virginia WR Tavon Austin caught 12 passes for 123 yards and four scores in the Orange Bowl in the win over Clemson.

3. Oklahoma State WR Justin Blackmon caught eight passes for 186 yards and three scores in the Fiesta Bowl win over Stanford.

4. Houston WR Patrick Edwards caught ten passes for 228 yards and two touchdowns in the TicketCity win over Penn State.

5. Arizona State WR Gerrell Robinson caught 13 passes for 241 yards and a score in the MAACO Las Vegas Bowl loss to Boise State.

6. Louisiana-Lafayette WR Javone Harris caught nine passes for 193 yards and two scores in the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl win over San Diego State.

7. Washington WR Jermaine Kearse caught five passes for 198 yards and a score in the Valero Alamo Bowl loss to Baylor.

8. Georgia WR Tavarres King caught six passes for 205 yards and a score in the Outback Bowl loss to Michigan State.

9. BYU WR Cody Hoffman caught eight passes for 122 yards and three scores in the Armed Forces Bowl win over Tulsa.

10. Houston WR Justin Johnson caught 12 passes for 148 yards and a score in the TicketCity win over Penn State.

11. Northern Illinois WR Martel Moore caught eight passes for 224 yards and a score in the GoDaddy.com Bowl win over Arkansas State.

12. NC State WR T.J. Graham caught seven passes for 116 yards and two scores in the Belk Bowl win over Louisville.

13. Louisiana-Lafayette TE Ladarius Green caught five passes for 121 yards and a score in the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl win over San Diego State.

14. San Diego State WR Colin Lockett caught six passes for 85 yards and three scores in the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl.

15. Arkansas State WR Taylor Stockemer caught 11 passes for 185 yards and a score in the GoDaddy.com Bowl loss to Northern Illinois.

16. Wake Forest WR Michael Campanaro caught ten passes for 128 yards in the Music City Bowl loss to Mississippi State.

17. Toledo WR Bernard Reedy caught four passes for 126 yards and three scores in the Military Bowl win over Air Force.

18. Texas A&M WR Jeff Fuller caught seven passes for 119 yards and a score in the Texas Bowl win over Northwestern.

19. Toledo WR Eric Page caught 13 passes for 59 yards, and returned four kickoffs for 153 yards with an 87-yard score in the Military Bowl win over Air Force.

20. Baylor WR Tevin Reese ran twice for 101 yards and caught five passes for 66 yards in the Valero Alamo Bowl win over Washington.

21. Before getting kicked out of the game, South Carolina WR Alshon Jeffery caught four passes for 148 yards and a score in the Capital One Bowl win over Nebraska.

22. Oregon WR Lavasier Tuinei made eight catches for 158 yards and two scores in the Rose Bowl win over Wisconsin.

23. Washington WR Devin Aguilar caught five passes for 90 yards and two scores in the Valero Alamo Bowl loss to Baylor.

24. Marshall WR Aaron Dobson caught seven passes for 81 yards and two scores including the catch that sealed the win in the Beef ‘O’ Brady’s St. Petersburg Bowl.

25. Michigan WR Junior Hemingway caught two passes for 63 yards and two scores in the Allstate Sugar Bowl win over Virginia Tech.

25. Stanford WR Ty Montgomery caught seven passes for 120 yards and a score in the Fiesta Bowl loss to Oklahoma State.