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|Oklahoma State WR Josh Stewart had 60 catches for 703 yards and three touchdowns in his junior season.|
Another day, another standout underclassman wide receiver entering the 2014 NFL Draft.
Josh Stewart of Oklahoma State became the latest to forgo his remaining year of eligibility, making his decision known through his Instagram account Tuesday.
Stewart (5-foot-10, 185 pounds) was hurt by uncertainty at the quarterback position as well as an ankle injury this year and wasn't able to match the production of his breakout sophomore season, finishing with 60 receptions for 703 yards and three touchdowns.
Stewart also made his presence felt returning punts, averaging 16.7 yards per return with two touchdowns.
In 2012, Stewart caught 101 balls for 1,210 yards and seven touchdowns.
Stewart excelled from the slot in the Cowboys' spread offense and will probably assume that same role at the next level.
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