The 1991 Washington team had some legendary players on it, including guys like Napoleon Kaufman and Steve Emtman. However, they also had an electric player at the wide receiver spot in Mario Bailey, who would go to win Offensive Conference Player of the Year honors that season.
Bailey was born in Seattle. By the time his college days were over, he had become one of the more prolific wideouts in school history. A consensus All-American during that 1991 season, Bailey finished his career fifth in receiving yards, racking up over 2,000, while coming in at No. 2 in receiving touchdowns (26).
The Co-MVP of the Huskies 1991 National Championship team, Bailey helped the team to two Pac-10 titles during his time at the school. He went on to be selected in the sixth round of the 1992 NFL Draft by the then-Houston Oilers. While he never had the same stardom at the NFL level, he certainly goes down as arguably the best wideout in program history.
The all-time receiving leader in NFL Europe history, Bailey works in the Seattle Seahawks front office and continues to be a legend in the Seattle area. He holds the Washington record for touchdowns in a season (18) and career (30). For a time, there was no better wideout in the conference.