2015 NFL DRAFT

Justin McCay, WR

School: Kansas  |  Conference: BIG12
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Kansas City, MO
Height/Weight: 6-2 / 210 lbs.
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Player Overview

A five-star recruit out of high school, McCay signed with Oklahoma as a high profile blue chipper and redshirted in 2010. He played in just three games with the Sooners in 2011 with no catches, but decided things weren't working out in Norman and transferred closer to home, sitting out the 2012 season because of the move despite several appeals.

McCay started seven games in 2013 for the Jayhawks, but finished with only nine catches as Kansas ranked 117th in passing offense, including just nine touchdown passes as a team. Kansas' quarterback situation is again unsettled entering the 2014 season with Jake Heaps transferring and sophomore Montell Cozart and his zero career passing scores presumably taking over the starting job.

But McCay was a highly-regarded recruit a few years back due to his frame, athleticism and natural ability and 2014 might be the year he emerges as an impact talent.

--Dane Brugler (6/4/14)

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06/05/2014 - Kansas' top NFL Draft-Eligible prospects to watch in 2014: 4. WR Justin McCay, RS Senior...A five-star recruit out of high school, McCay signed with Oklahoma as a high profile blue chipper and redshirted in 2010. He played in just three games with the Sooners in 2011 with no catches, but decided things weren't working out in Norman and transferred closer to home, sitting out the 2012 season because of the move despite several appeals.

McCay started seven games in 2013 for the Jayhawks, but finished with only nine catches as Kansas ranked 117th in passing offense, including just nine touchdown passes as a team. Kansas' quarterback situation is again unsettled entering the 2014 season with Jake Heaps transferring and sophomore Montell Cozart and his zero career passing scores presumably taking over the starting job. But McCay was a highly-regarded recruit a few years back due to his frame, athleticism and natural ability and 2014 might be the year he emerges as an impact talent. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com

 

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