Oklahoma: Steve Largent
Oklahoma has no shortage of great players, but Largent gets the nod for being one of the top receivers in the NFL for more than a decade. After all, not just anybody has an award named after him or gets the nickname Yoda for catching anything thrown in his vicinity, both of which are true of Largent.
After being cut by the Oilers his rookie year, Largent caught on with the Seahawks and ended up playing 14 seasons, going to the Pro Bowl in seven of them. He twice led the NFL in receiving yards and was named to the 1980s All-Decade Team. Largent even had his no. 80 retired by the Seahawks, although it was briefly brought back so Jerry Rice could wear it.
Runners Up: Wes Welker, Dan Hampton, Lee Roy Selmon