It is the third consecutive season WKU has put a pair of players in the East-West Shrine Game.
It is the first time in the program's FBS history they have been a preseason favorite.
2015 Preseason All-Conference USA First Team
2014 Second Team All-Conference USA
2014 Second Team All-Conference USA (Phil Steele)
Career Game Highs:
2014 (Jr.): Dangerfield wasted little time making his mark on Hilltopper Football history, becoming the program's single-season receptions leader with 69 in his first season on The Hill. Dangerfield also tied the school record for touchdown receptions in a season with 11. He finished second in C-USA in touchdown receptions and tied for 13th nationally while his receptions per game (5.3) and receiving yards per game (63.5) were both fifth-most in the league. Dangerfield made his Hilltopper debut with 10 catches for 92 yards and a pair of scores in a win over Bowling Green. He started all 13 games and finished the year with a team-high 825 yards, recording at least three receptions in 10 games and 70 yards or more in seven. Dangerfield had a pair of 100-yard games, going for 107 on seven catches at Middle Tennessee and a season-high 117 on eight catches and two touchdowns at Marshall. Dangerfield's final touchdown of that game was the game-tying catch in the back of the endzone in overtime, leading to WKU's successful two-point conversion attempt. Dangerfield tallied six touchdowns over the final four games, including two each against UTSA and Marshall.
Before WKU: In nine games for Fort Scott Community College, Dangerfield caught 43 passes for 690 yards and eight touchdowns for coach Curtis Horton. He was named First-Team All-Jayhawk Conference. He was rated as the No. 85 overall prospect on the ESPN JC100 and the No. 15 JUCO WR and a three-star recruit while 247Sports.com ranked him as a three-star recruit and the No. 21 JUCO WR nationally.
HS/Misc.: Dangerfield caught 34 passes for 543 yards and four touchdowns as a senior at Royal Palm Beach High for coach Darren Studstill.