All-Time Single-Game Receptions Leaders

All-Time Single-Game Receptions Leaders


June 7, 2019
Marquise Walker (image via Go Blue Football History)

Recently I posted a list of the top career passing yardage leaders (LINK).

Today’s topic is all-time single-game receptions leaders:

  1. 15 – Marqise Walker (2001 vs. Washington)
  2. 15 – Marquise Walker (2001 vs. Ohio State)
  3. 14 – Jeremy Gallon (2014 vs. Indiana)
  4. 13 – Braylon Edwards (2003 vs. Oregon)
  5. 12 – Brad Myers (1958 vs. Ohio State)
  6. 12 – Tai Streets (1996 vs. Northwestern)
  7. 11 – Jack Clancy (1966 vs. Illinois)
  8. 11 – Chris Perry (2003 vs. Minnesota)
  9. 11 – Braylon Edwards (2004 vs. Michigan State)
  10. 11 – Braylon Edwards (2004 vs. Ohio State)
  11. 10 – Jack Clancy (1966 vs. Oregon State)
  12. 10 – Jack Clancy (1966 vs. Minnesota)
  13. 10 – John Gabler (1967 vs. Indiana)
  14. 10 – Jim Mandich (1969 vs. Purdue)
  15. 10 – David Terrell (1999 vs. Michigan State)
  16. 10 – David Terrell (1999 vs. Alabama)
  17. 10 – Braylon Edwards (2002 vs. Ohio State)
  18. 10 – Braylon Edwards (2003 vs. USC)
  19. 10 – Braylon Edwards (2004 vs. Minnesota)
  20. 10 – Braylon Edwards (2004 vs. Texas)
  21. 10 – Jason Avant (2005 vs. Michigan State)
  22. 10 – Mario Manningham (2007 vs. Northwestern)
  23. 10 – Roy Roundtree (2009 vs. Purdue)
  24. 10 – Jeremy Gallon (2013 vs. Northwestern)
  25. 10 – Jehu Chesson (2015 vs. Indiana)

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    AC1997
    Jun 07, 2019 at 7:22 AM

    Funny how Walker was so over shadowed in his career – always loved that guy. To me that’s what Nico Collins should strive to be – catch everything your way, use your size, etc.

    I also find it interesting that some of the most iconic games a WR has had still mean he only touched a football 10-11 times the whole game.

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    je93
    Jun 07, 2019 at 8:43 AM

    Some great names on that list! My personal favorite was watching Braylonfest with my then 7 & 3y/o kids. They were sold from that day on!

  3. Lanknows
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    Lanknows
    Jun 07, 2019 at 4:45 PM

    Would be fun to see some double digit receiving games in the next few years, preferably not because the other team keeps scoring…

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