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University of Miami Athletics

Braxton Berrios


Wide Receiver




183 lbs.




Raleigh, N.C.

High School

Leesville Road

Braxton Berrios - Football - University of Miami Athletics

2017 ALL-ACC, THIRD TEAM (wide receiver)
2017 ALL-ACC, HONORABLE MENTION (special teams)

2017 (Senior): Started all 13 games and was among Miami’s top offensive performers…Led Miami in receptions (55), receiving yards (679) and receiving touchdowns (nine)…Served as Miami’s primary punt returner and averaged impressive 15.9 yards per return on 13 returns…Selected as recipient of ACC’s Jim Tatum Award, honoring conference’s top scholar-athlete…Earned third-team All-ACC honors at wide receiver and All-ACC Honorable Mention recognition for contributions on special teams…Named finalist for William Campbell Trophy, considered the “Academic Heisman”…Won Pop Warner Little Scholars College Football Award…CoSIDA Academic All-American…Started season opener against Bethune-Cookman (Sept. 2) and hauled in three passes for 35 yards, including 22-yard touchdown…Had 12-yard punt return vs. Wildcats…Started in win over Toledo (Sept. 23) and recorded career-high 105 yards on five receptions with one touchdown…Had career-long 55-yard reception and caught 19-yard pass for touchdown in fourth quarter against Rockets…100-yard receiving game was first of career…Started and had two catches for 52 yards with one touchdown in win at Duke (Sept. 29)…Touchdown came on 27-yard reception and opened game’s scoring…Recorded career-high eight catches, including two touchdowns, and totaled 90 yards in start at Florida State (Oct. 7)…Multi-touchdown performance was first of career and earned him ACC Receiver of the Week honors (Oct. 8)…Became first player to record touchdown catch in each of his first four games of season since Reggie Wayne…Started and had game-high six catches for 44 yards in win over Georgia Tech (Oct. 14)…Started and had one 11-yard reception in win over Syracuse (Oct. 21)…Caught seven passes for 78 yards, including one touchdown, in win at North Carolina (Oct. 28)….Had 42-yard reception against Tar Heels…Had four catches for 59 yards with one touchdown in start against Virginia Tech (Nov. 4)…Completed first pass of career against Hokies on 17-yard completion to QB Malik Rosier…Had two catches for 10 yards including one touchdown, in win over Notre Dame (Nov. 11)…Caught three passes for 38 yards, including long catch of 24 yards, in Senior Day win over Virginia (Nov. 18)…Led Miami with four receptions and 61 yards at Pittsburgh (Nov. 24)…Added team-leading ninth receiving touchdown of season against Panthers…Started ACC Championship Game against Clemson (Dec. 2) and finished with game-high seven receptions for team-high 51 yards…Had 21-yard reception against Tigers…Started and finished with three catches for 45 yards in Capital One Orange Bowl against Wisconsin (Dec. 30).

2016 (Junior): Saw action in all 13 games and made three starts at wide receiver…Served as Miami’s primary punt returner…Recorded 12 receptions totaling 178 yards with two touchdowns…Ranked 11th nationwide in punt return average (11.3), totaling 215 return yards on 19 returns…Had first punt return touchdown of career in season opener against Florida A&M (Sept. 3), registering career-long 41 yards on score…Totaled 55 punt return yards and five receiving yards against Rattlers…Totaled 17 punt return yards (including long return of 13 yards) against FAU (Sept. 10)…Made impressive 13-yard catch in road win at Appalachian State (Sept. 17) and added 44 return yards (12 punt, 32 kickoff) against Mountaineers…Had 22-yard catch in win at Georgia Tech (Oct. 1)…43-yard punt return against Florida State (Oct. 8) in fourth quarter set up late touchdown drive…Saw action against North Carolina (Oct. 15)…Caught two passes in start against Virginia Tech (Oct. 20), including 25-yard touchdown reception…Made second straight start at Notre Dame (Oct. 29)…Had 30-yard punt return against Fighting Irish…Started and had one reception against PIttsburgh (Nov. 5)…Totaled 22 punt return yards on two returns against Panthers…Saw action in win at Virginia (Nov. 12)…Had one five-yard punt return against NC State (Nov. 19)…Posted 38-yard catch to set up touchdown in third quarter of regular season finale win over Duke (Nov. 26)…Had 64 yards on four receptions, including 26-yard touchdown, in Russell Athletic Bowl victory over West Virginia (Dec. 28)…Registered team-best 75 all-purpose yards against Mountaineers. 

2015 (Sophomore): Suffered early season injury that forced him to miss nearly three full games…Caught 12 passes for 86 yards…Emerged as team’s primary punt returner late in season…Missed games at FAU (Sept. 11) and Nebraska (Sept. 19) due to injury…Caught three passes for 34 yards, including long catch of 14 yards, at Florida State (Oct. 10)…Had one six-yard catch vs. Clemson (Oct. 24)…Hauled in three passes for 18 yards at Duke (Oct. 31)…Had five-yard catch vs. Georgia Tech (Nov. 21)…Returned three punts in regular season finale at Pittsburgh (Nov. 27)…Closed out the season on a high note as he had three carries for 72 yards in the Hyundai Sun Bowl (Dec. 26) against Washington State…His 60-yard carry was the Hurricanes’ longest rush of the season…He also totaled three punt returns for 24 yards against WSU.

2014 (True Freshman): Saw action in all 12 games, including four starts at wide receiver…Hauled in 20 catches for 218 yards with three touchdowns…Recorded team-high totals of six catches and 63 yards against FAMU…Hauled in first career TD and recorded career-long 33-yard catch against Arkansas State…Recorded TD grabs against Nebraska and Georgia Tech.

High School:  Four-star prospect by ESPN and Rivals…ESPN300 prospect…Three-star ranking from 247Sports…2014 Under Armour All-America Game selection…Invited to “The Opening”, all-star summer prospect camp…Chose Miami over offers from Clemson, Tennessee, Ohio State, South Carolina, Oregon and West Virginia.

2016 13-3 12 178 14.8 2 38
2015 11-0 12 86 7.2 0 14
2014 13-4 21 232 11.0 3 33
CAREER 37-7 45 496 11.0 5 38