In 2011, Bailey hauled in 72 receptions for 1,279 yards and 12 touchdowns. He was named to the All-Big East second-team by the conference’s coaches. Bailey had his biggest season yet in 2012. He went on to record 113 receptions for 1,627 yards and 25 receiving touchdowns. Bailey re-wrote the West Virginia school record books as he posted (5) consecutive 100+ yard receiving games. Bailey has shown to be a extremely productive player. He showcases tremendous physicality in his routes, uses his hands and body to create separation against DBs and has excellent body control.
Bailey will open the season as the No. 4 receiver for the Rams behind Chris Givens, Brian Quick and former WVU teammate Tavon Austin and has minimal fantasy value in standard formats BUT is worth a mid-late round pick in dynasty leagues and a 2nd -3rd round pick in rookie-only formats as he could overtake Brian Quick’s outside job.