Justin McCay

Oklahoma Sooners #19 - Wide Receiver

  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 209

A quick look at Oklahoma’s top 2019 targets


Plenty of elite receivers are on Oklahoma’s radar, but OU could do well in a number of areas in the 2019 recruiting cycle.

Jayhawks start over (again)

If David Beaty can bring top-40 recruiting and solid organization to Lawrence, he could maybe eventually thrive, but with almost a complete reset on the first string, immediate success is a long...

The Big 12 Sunday Morning Quarterback - Week 4

The weekly rundown of happenings in the Big 12 and how it affects your Baylor Bears. Complete with game analysis, bowl predictions and conference observations.

KU 2014 Position Preview: Receivers


Taking a look at the receivers for the upcoming season, lots of news faces bring hope to a position that has struggled the last two years.

WR Nigel King Transferring to Kansas


WR Nigel King Transferring to Kansas

What now for Kansas?

Charlie Weis sacrificed long-term stability for short-term gains by signing a JUCO-heavy recruiting class in 2013 ... and Kansas didn't improve at all. Can a new offensive identity bring hope to a...

Kansas Football Spring Game Preview


Kansas Football Spring Game Preview

Kansas Jayhawk Football Roster Breakdown: Wide Receiver


Who are the candidates filling in at the wideout position for the Kansas Jayhawks

The Kansans that got away (Part II)


It's time for the second installment (Part I is here if you missed it) of my look at good Kansan football players playing outside the state this fall. Since there are (obviously) not any Ark City...

Justin McCay Appeal: Charlie Weis Calls Situation 'The Never-Ending Saga'


The good news is that Justin McCay has finally been given a date which he can expect a final decision. The bad news is that it's still not going to happen until May 2. That's the date that Charlie...

A "Riveting" Breakdown of the Kansas Spring Football Game


Kansas Football Spring Game Breakdown By Rivet

The National, 4/23/12: Hoop A Matter Appropriately.


The National, 4/23/12: Hoop A Matter Appropriately. Apparently, West Virginia jurisprudence is fascinating.