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Kansas Football: All-Time Leaders in Receiving Yards

Kansas' Kerry Meier (right) and Dezmon Briscoe celebrated Meier's 26-yard touchdown (Photo by Mike Ransdell/Kansas City Star/MCT via Getty Images)
Kansas' Kerry Meier (right) and Dezmon Briscoe celebrated Meier's 26-yard touchdown (Photo by Mike Ransdell/Kansas City Star/MCT via Getty Images) /
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Kansas football all-time receiving yards: 12. Harrison Hill (1,535)

Harrison Hill spent five years at the University of Kansas and comes in at number 12 on the list of all-time receiving yards leaders with 1,535 to his name. He had 108 receptions for the aforementioned amount of yardage with seven touchdowns.

Hill never had a career in the pros, but he was a good receiver at KU. He was with the Jayhawks during head coach Terry Allen’s entire tenure and his four touchdowns in 1999 was the most he put up during his college career.

Kansas wasn’t great during Hill’s college years (their best record was 5-6 during his freshman year in 1997), but Hill still managed to put up over 1,500 receiving yards.

His best season came in 2000 when he caught 47 passes for 591 yards and a touchdown. While he didn’t find the end zone a lot in Lawrence, he was a reliable wide receiver and that was something that the Jayhawks didn’t see a whole lot during that time.

He’s 12th all-time in receiving yards.