Taylor Stubblefield biography

Taylor Stubblefield

Wide receiver, American football player

1982 –


Who is Taylor Stubblefield?

Taylor Evans Stubblefield is a former American football wide receiver for the Carolina Panthers and St. Louis Rams of the National Football League. He left Purdue owning the most receptions in NCAA history. Stubblefield is currently a wide receivers coach at Wake Forest. A three-sport athlete at A.C. Davis High School, Stubblefield committed to the Purdue University to play football for the Boilermakers. In his collegiate debut in 2001, he had five receptions for 65 yards. He led the team in receptions and was named to the All-Freshman Big Ten team by Sporting News. Stubblefield fractured his skull following his red-shirt freshman season, but he did not miss a game and was fully recovered by the time the 2002 season came around. During his sophomore season, he finished with 77 receptions for 789 yards, but didn't record a touchdown catch. As a junior in 2003, Stubblefield earned second-team All-Big Ten honors at the conclusion of the season. In the 2001 Sun Bowl, he had nine catches for a Sun Bowl-record 196 yards. During the 2004 season, Stubblefield was a Biletnikoff Award finalist and earned first-team All-Big Ten honors. He finished his college career with an NCAA record of 325 receptions, 3,629 yards and 27 touchdowns.


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Jan 21, 1982
  • United States of America
  • Purdue University
Lived in
  • Yakima

on July 23, 2013

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