In his time at Lufkin, Keke Coutee was a nearly unstoppable force as one of the best receivers in the state. Now entering his junior year, Coutee is ready to make his mark on an even grander scale as he was a preseason selection to the All-Big 12 Football Team, which was recently announced. Playing for one of the highest-flying offenses in the nation, Coutee made himself into one of the team’s top playmakers as a sophomore last year. He is expected to play an even bigger role this season.
He was one of two Red Raiders named to the team along with placekicker Clayton Hatfield.
Coutee finished his junior season with 55 catches for 890 yards and seven touchdowns. He also ran for another score.
He built some late-season momentum when he had 221 yards and two touchdowns against Baylor in the 2016 regular season finale.
Coutee was one of three wide receivers picked for the team along with Oklahoma State’s James Washington and Iowa State’s Allen Lazard.
Coutee and the Red Raiders will open the season on Sept. 2 when they play host to Eastern Washington.
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