Top 5 Wide Receivers in MSU History

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#1 Eric Moulds

Moulds is arguably the most talented player to ever come to Mississippi State as a wide receiver. He only played three seasons for Mississippi State because he declared himself eligible for the NFL draft after his junior season in 1995.

Eric Moulds ranks 4th all time in school history for receiving yards with 2,022, 6th for receptions with 118, and 2nd for touchdowns with 17. He added considerable value to the team as a kick returner as well. in 1994, he was the NCAA leader for kickoff returns with a 32.8 yard average for each return.

The Buffalo Bills would take Moulds with the 24th overall selection in the 1996 NFL Draft. He is the only Mississippi State receiver to ever be drafted in the first round. Moulds had one of the best careers in the NFL for former Bulldogs. He played 12 seasons in the league, 10 of which were with the Bills. During his career with the Bills, he was selected to three Pro Bowls and named to three All Pro teams. He was the first Buffalo Bill to have more than 100 receptions in 2002 and was named to the Buffalo Bills 50th Anniversary team.