A Little Know-Howe WVU's Receivers Sills, White, Jennings Exceed Potential on Way to Historic Season
By Brad Howe on November 18, 2017
- Heading into the game today, Gary Jennings has 938 yards receiving. Ka'raun White sits at 907 and David Sills has 856.
- Sills needs the most yards of the three to reach 1,000, but with three games remaining he only has to average 50 yards per game to get there (he’s currently averaging 86 yards per game).
- West Virginia is on pace to have two receivers with 100 or more catches for only the second time in history. The first since Stedman Bailey and Tavon Austin each had 114 catches in 2012.
- This group has produced the first pair of receivers with at least 10 touchdown receptions in a season since Kevin White (10) and Mario Alford (11) did it in 2014. This year is only the third time in WVU history it has been done.
- David Sills continues to lead the nation in touchdown receptions with 18.