Bailey was one half of the prolific pass-catching duo in Morgantown this season. Senior Tavon Austin is already set to move on to the next level after exhausting his eligibility. Austin garnered more national attention, but Bailey put up comparable (or better) numbers in Holgorsen's high-powered offense.
Dan Kadar of SB Nation and Mocking the Draft recently listed Bailey as the 12th best receiver in this upcoming draft class. Austin comes in at No. 2.
Bailey finished the season with 106 catches for 1,501 yards and 23 touchdowns. Like Austin, Bailey is a smaller, shiftier wideout, listed at 5'10 and 188 pounds. He played a memorable role in that wild game against Baylor in September, scoring five touchdowns and tallying more than 300 yards receiving in one afternoon. He would have likely been WVU's top returning offensive weapon, but now Holgorsen will have to reload with Bailey, Austin, and quarterback Geno Smith all moving on.