Will the SEC have a 1,000-meter receiver in 2020?
The most likely candidate has opted out and will not play this season, in which each SEC team will be limited to 10 conference games on the regular season schedule due to the coronavirus pandemic.
LSU wide receiver JaMarr Chase set a SEC single-season record with 1,780 receiving yards in 2019. But he has chosen not to play in 2020.
Three other SEC receivers reached 1,000 receiving yards in the 2019 season. LSU’s Justin Jefferson and Alabamas Jerry Jeudy are now in the NFL, but wide receiver DeVonta Smith is returning for the Crimson Tide after collecting 1,256 receiving yards last season.
So what are Smith’s odds of becoming the 12th player in SEC history with two 1,000-yard receiving seasons?
Pretty good based on last season: Smiths made his 2019 total in 13 games. But after 10 games last season, Smith had 1,026 receiving yards. After 11 he had 1,120.
After each SEC team has played its 10-game regular season, some will go to a bowl and two will play in the SEC Championship Game. There may be one or more involved in the College Football Playoff, where reaching the championship game would add two more games to the schedule.
But most games that a SEC team will play for the 2020 season will be 13. Most of the conference will not play more than 11. For each of the past five seasons, one SEC team has played at least 15 games per year.
In SEC history, only three players have achieved 1,000 receiving yards for seasons when their teams played 10 games that counted their stats: Vanderbilts Bob Goodridge in 1967, Floridas Carlos Alvarez in 1969, and Auburns Terry Beasley in 1970.
For SEC teams with 11 game seasons, there are 11 1,000-yard receivers.
In the SEC’s 87 previous football seasons, 71 host seasons of 1,000 meters have been achieved by 60 players. All but eight have been 1,000 yard runs in the past 25 seasons. For most of that period, the 12-game regular season was the norm.
In the past 25 seasons, only two were without a 1000-yard receiver in the 2004 and 2008 conference. The SEC recorded a high of five for 1000-yard receivers in 2001, 2006 and 2012.
More recent pass catchers have also benefited from a scoring change by the NCAA. Before 2002, bowls statistics were not included in a player’s official totals.
Does that make a difference?
Here’s an example: In 1987, Wendell Davis caught 72 passes for 993 yards when LSU put together a 9-1-1 regular-season record and earned an invite to the Gator Bowl. In the Tigers’ 30-13 victory over South Carolina in Jacksonville, Davis caught nine passes for 132 yards and three touchdowns.
But Davis’s 1987 season is not included among the SEC’s 1,000-yard hosting campaigns. His official total for the season is 993 receiving yards, not 1,125, which would be the case today. Rather than having Davis take the credit as the first SEC player to receive two 1,000 yard seasons, Tennessees Joey Kent has that accolade for his 1995 and 1996 seasons.
LSU’s Tony Moss in 1988 and Tennessees Tim McGee in 1985, Carl Pickens in 1990 and Peerless Price in 1998 would also have been 1,000 yard recipients had their bowl stats been part of their official records.
Here are the SEC players who have had 1,000 receiving yards in a season (using the official totals):
Alabama: 10 seasons of 1,000 yard with seven players
1993: David Palmer 1,000 meters on 61 receptions
2006: DJ Hall 1,056 yards at 62 receptions
2007: DJ Hall 1005 yards at 67 receptions
2010: Julio Jones 1,133 meters on 78 receptions
2012: Amari Cooper 1,000 meters on 59 receptions
2014: Amari Cooper 1,727 yards on 124 receptions
2015: Calvin Ridley 1,045 yards on 89 receptions
2018: Jerry Jeudy 1,315 yards on 68 receptions
2019: DeVonta Smith 1,256 out of 68 receptions
2019: Jerry Jeudy 1,163 at 77 receptions
Arkansas: Three 1,000-yard seasons by three players
1998: Anthony Lucas 1004 yards on 43 receptions
2011: Jarius Wright 1117 meters on 66 receptions
2012: Cobi Hamilton 1,335 yards on 90 receptions
Auburn: Two 1,000-yard seasons by two players
1970: Terry Beasley 1,051 yards at 52 receptions
1999: Ronney Daniels 1068 meters at 56 receptions
Florida: 11 1,000-yard seasons with 10 players
1969: Carlos Alvarez 1,329 meters at 88 receptions
1995: Chris Doering 1,045 yards on 70 receptions
1995: Ike Hilliard 1008 yards on 57 receptions
1996: Reidel Anthony 1,293 meters at 72 receptions
1997: Jacquez Green 1,024 yards on 61 receptions
1998: Travis McGriff 1,357 meters at 70 receptions
1999: Darrell Jackson 1,156 yards on 67 receptions
2000: Jabar Gaffney 1,184 meters at 71 receptions
2001: Jabar Gaffney 1,191 meters on 67 receptions
2001: Reche Caldwell 1,059 yards on 65 receptions
2002: Taylor Jacobs 1,088 yards on 71 receptions
Georgia: A 1,000-yard season
2002: Terrence Edwards 1,004 yards at 59 receptions
Kentucky: Four 1,000-yard seasons by four players
1998: Craig Yeast 1,311 yards on 85 receptions
1999: James Whalen 1,019 yards on 90 receptions
2006: Keenan Burton 1,036 yards on 77 receptions
2010: Randall Cobb 1017 yards on 84 receptions
LSU: Nine 1,000-yard seasons with eight players
1983: Eric Martin 1064 yards on 52 receptions
1986: Wendell Davis 1,244 meters at 80 receptions
2000: Josh Reed 1127 yards at 65 receptions
2001: Josh Reed 1,740 yards on 94 receptions
2003: Michael Clayton 1,079 yards on 78 receptions
2013: Jarvis Landry 1193 meters on 77 receptions
2013: Odell Beckham Jr. 1,152 yards on 49 receptions
2019: JaMarr Chase 1,780 meters at 84 receptions
2019: Justin Jefferson 1,540 meters on 111 receptions
Mississippi State: Two 1,000-yard seasons by two players
1978: Mardye McDole 1035 meters at 48 receptions
2015: Fred Ross 1007 yards on 88 receptions
Missouri: Three seasons of 1,000 yard by two players
2014: Bud Sasser 1003 yards on 77 receptions
2016: JMon Moore 1,012 yards on 62 receptions
2017: JMon Moore 1,082 yards on 65 receptions
The Missouris list only includes those players who have had 1,000 yard receiving seasons since 2012, when the Tigers joined the SEC. In total, Missouri has hosted nine 1,000-yard seasons by seven players. The other 1,000m recipients from the Tigers were Victor Bailey at 1,200m at 75 receptions in 1992, Justin Gage at 1,075m at 82 receptions in 2002, Jeremy Maclin at 1,055m at 80 receptions in 2007 and 1,200m at 102 receptions in 2008 ., Danario Alexander with 1,781 yards on 113 receptions in 2009 and TJ Moe with 1,045 yards on 92 receptions in 2010.
Ole Miss: Four seasons of 1,000 yard by three players
2009: Shay Hodge 1,135 yards at 70 receptions
2015: Laquon Treadwell 1,153 meters at 82 receptions
2017: AJ Brown with 1,252 meters on 75 receptions
2018: AJ Brown with 1,310 yards on 85 receptions
South Carolina: Four 1,000-yard seasons by three players
2005: Sidney Rice 1,143 meters on 70 receptions
2006: Sidney Rice 1,090 yards on 72 receptions
2010: Alshon Jeffery 1,517 yards on 88 receptions
2014: Pharoh Cooper 1,136 yards on 69 receptions
South Carolina’s list only includes those players who have had 1,000 yard receiving seasons since 1992, when the Gamecocks joined the SEC. Before the SEC era, South Carolina had one player 1,000 receiving yards in a season – Sterling Sharpe with 1,106 yards on 74 receptions in 1986.
Tennessee: Eight 1,000-yard seasons with seven players
1995: Joey Kent 1,055 yards on 69 receptions
1996: Joey Kent 1,080 yards on 68 receptions
1997: Marcus Nash 1170 meters on 76 receptions
2001: Kelley Washington 1,010 yards on 64 receptions
2006: Robert Meachem 1,298 meters at 71 receptions
2007: Lucas Taylor 1,000 meters at 73 receptions
2011: DaRick Rogers 1040 meters on 67 receptions
2012: Justin Hunter 1,083 yards on 73 receptions
Texas A&M: Four 1,000-yard seasons by three players
2012: Mike Evans 1,105 meters on 82 receptions
2013: Mike Evans 1,394 meters on 69 receptions
2015: Christian Kirk 1009 yards on 80 receptions
2016: Josh Reynolds 1,039 yards on 61 receptions
The Texas A & M’s list only includes those players who have had 1,000 yard receiving seasons since 2012, when the Aggies joined the SEC. For the SEC era, Texas A&M had two players reaching 1,000 receiving yards in a season – Jeff Fuller with 1,066 yards on 72 receptions in 2010 and Ryan Swope with 1,207 yards on 89 receptions in 2011.
Vanderbilt: Six 1,000-yard seasons by five players
1967: Bob Goodridge 1,114 yards at 79 receptions
1988: Boo Mitchell 1,213 yards on 78 receptions
2001: Dan Stricker 1,079 yards on 65 receptions
2006: Earl Bennett 1,146 yards on 82 receptions
2012: Jordan Matthews 1,323 meters on 94 receptions
2013: Jordan Matthews 1,477 meters on 112 receptions
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