A three-year letter winner entering his final season at Baylor, Antwan Goodley burst onto the scene as a junior with a season that earned him All-Big-12 first team honors in 2013.
Goodley was a three-sport standout at Midland (Texas) High School, playing receiver, defensive back and returned kicks in football. He finished his career with a school-record 1,747 receiving yards and was ranked 73rd nationally among wide receiver prospects by ESPN.com and 118th by Scout.com.
After redshirting as a freshman, Goodley played in 11 of 13 games in 2011, mostly as an inside receiver and kick returner. In all, he had two catches for 26 yards and averaged 23.7 yards on 19 kick returns.
Things heated up in 2012 as he played in all 13 games, starting five. He totaled 17 catches for 171 yards and two scores in his redshirt sophomore season and added 543 return yards to the equation.
In 2013, though, Goodley exploded onto the scene with a 71-catch, 1,339-yard, 13 touchdown effort. He eclipsed the 100-yard mark in eight of 13 games, including five straight, and scored a touchdown in 10 of the team’s 13 games. Goodley turned into a big play receiver, hauling in catches of 83, 65, 61, 72 and 48 yards throughout the season. His best game was against Iowa State when he recorded 11 catches, 182 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
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