Originally at Wyoming, Josh Doctson transferred after one season for the Cowboys after a 35-393-5 freshman year. Tall, athletic and speedy, Doctson proved his worth for a TCU passing game that struggled at times in 2013.
The Legacy High School product out of Mansfield, Texas caught 40 passes for 604 yards as a senior to earn first-team district honors. Pulled a three-star rating from Rivals.com before enrolling at Wyoming.
Got off to a good start in his college career at Wyoming in their high-octane attack. Actually had a 7-yard scoring catch against TCU that season and would have a season-high six catches against Utah State.
He sat out 2012 as a transfer before earning playing time for the Horned Frogs in 2013. Doctson would lead the TCU receiving corps with 36 catches for 440 yards. Had a career best eight catches for 92 yards and a score against West Virginia. He got better as the season went along, garnering 27 of his catches in the season’s final five games.
Heading into 2014, Doctson should be one of the Horned Frogs principal weapons in the passing game with outstanding height and an ability to get deep.
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