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He caught 63 passes for yards and 11 touchdowns, the latter establishing a CU single-season record he had the second-most single-season receptions and the seventh-most single-season yards.
He finished his career ranked fifth in receiving yards 2, , fifth in receptions , tied for first in TD receptions 20 , first in two-point conversions made 4 , 25th in scoring points; second most by a receiver , and first in games played His five yard receiving games ranked as the fifth most in school history, and included a monster game in the season opener against Colorado State, when he caught four passes for yards and two scores, the yardage being the third most in a single-game by a Buff.
His 11 receptions for yards and 2 TDs tied the school mark for most catches in a game, and he set a school mark for the most consecutive games with five or more receptions with six. He caught 41 passes for yards and seven touchdowns for the year, numbers that ranked 15th, 15th and sixth for a single-season at CU.
He caught three or more passes in eight games, two or more in 10 and at least one in 12, being shut out only against USC. His top game came in the overtime win at Missouri, when he hauled in six passes for yards and a touchdown; he had five games with 70 or more yards all told.
He matched his career long play when he caught a yard touchdown pass against Colorado State from departed quarterback Craig Ochs , but he also had a few long ones from Robert Hodge, including catches of 51 and 47 yards against Missouri, the latter for a TD on the first series of the game.
His seven TD receptions covered some serious distance, covering yards in all, an average of Amazingly, he was shutout in the bowl game against Wisconsin. He arrived on the scene so-to-speak, as he finished second on the team in receiving and emerged as a legitimate deep threat in the passing game.
He played in all 13 games, making 11 starts including the Fiesta Bowl.
He caught 30 passes for yards and two touchdowns, with his Other solid games included a six-catch, yard effort against Fresno State, and a five-catch, yard game versus Missouri.
In the bowl game against Oregon, he caught five passes for 66 yards, and also had a yard touchdown reception incorrectly ruled no good by an SEC official.
He made great strides during spring ball, and caught nine passes for 94 yards in spring full scrimmage action in gaining the confidence of the quarterbacks.
He played in all 11 games, mainly on special teams but spot appearances on offense as well though he did not make any catches. He finished third on the team in special team points with 10, on the strength of five solo tackles, three knockdown blocks, a forced fair catch and a recovered blocked kick.
Redshirted; he did not see any action. He had a look at both receiver and defensive back before settling in on offense, and practiced the entire year there.
He was the final signee of the recruiting class doing so in June. He earned first-team all-Skyline League and honorable mention all-state honors at wide receiver as a senior, and was a second-team all-league performer as a junior.
He caught 25 passes for yards and six touchdowns as a senior and had 27 receptions for yards and three scores as a junior. He played receiver all four years in high school, with one TD catch as a freshman and two as a sophomore.
On defense, he played outside linebacker his senior year, averaging six tackles per game with three quarterback sacks, five fumble recoveries, three forced fumbles and two interceptions.
He played free safety as a sophomore and junior; he had seven interceptions, two fumble recoveries and averaged close to six tackles as a junior, and he made three interceptions as a sophomore. Skyview was his senior year, his junior year and his sophomore year under coach Dean Huffman.
He also lettered four times in basketball, and was a three-time first-team all-Skyline pick, earning honorable mention all-state honors as a junior and senior.
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Primarily a 3-guard, he averaged 13 points, seven rounds and 3. He lettered twice in track, performing in the long jump career best , triple jump and the meter run He finished sixth in the state as a senior in the long jump. The Skyline League selected him as its Male Athlete-of-the-Year for all sports for the academic year.
He graduated with a degree in marketing in August , and earned first-team Academic All-Big 12 honors for the season.
He owned a 3. He earned was an academic all-state selection, made the Dean's List, was a regular on the Honor Roll and was a member of the National Honor Society.
Born Nov. He considers himself a "gym rat. He is the father of a daughter, Alexandria Marie, born March 28,