Cedar Hill, Texas
2021 ALL-ACC, SECOND TEAM
2021 (Redshirt Junior*): Delivered dominant lone season at Miami, ranking among team and conference leaders in nearly every statistical category and earning second-team All-ACC recognition after starting all 12 games…Led Hurricanes in catches (79), receiving yards (1,172) and receiving touchdowns (seven)…Set school records for single-season receptions and single-season receiving yards…Finished with six 100-yard receiving games…Ranked No. 3 in ACC in receptions and No. 4 in ACC in receiving yards…210-yard performance late in season marked most yards by any ACC receiver in single game all season and one of only 25 games in FBS of 200-or-more receiving yards in 2021…Started season opener against Alabama (Sept. 4) and finished with team-high seven catches totaling 34 yards…Posted team high-tying five catches for 52 yards in win over Appalachian State (Sept. 11)…Tied Miami single-game record with 12 catches totaling 156 yards, including first two touchdowns of UM career, in start against Michigan State (Sept. 18)…Totaled 46 yards on two receptions against Central Connecticut State (Sept. 25)…Started against Virginia (Sept. 30) and finished with 99 yards on five receptions…Corralled four balls for 35 yards against North Carolina (Oct. 16)…Delivered second multi-touchdown performance of season in win over NC State (Oct. 23), finishing with nine catches, 127 yards and pair of touchdowns…Led Hurricanes with seven catches and 101 yards in win at Pittsburgh (Oct. 30)…Delivered historic performance in win over Georgia Tech (Nov. 6), posting 210 yards on seven receptions with one touchdown against Yellow Jackets…Performance earned Rambo ACC Receiver of the Week honors and was just fourth 200-yard performance by Hurricane receiver in history…Had six catches for 95 yards in start at Florida State (Nov. 13)…Added another 100-yard performance in win over Virginia Tech (Nov. 20), compiling 116 yards on team-high seven catches…Ended Miami career on high note in win at Duke (Nov. 27), finishing with eight catches, 101 yards and two touchdowns for third multi-score performance of season and sixth game of 100-or-more receiving yards.
Before Miami: Spent first four seasons of career at Oklahoma…Saw action in 36 games and made 24 starts over course of career…Finished career with Sooners with 76 catches, 1,180 receiving yards and nine receiving touchdowns…Played in 2019 and 2020 College Football Playoff…Had best season of career in 2019, finishing with 43 catches, 743 yards and five touchdown receptions.
High School: Four-star recruit by ESPN, Rivals and Scout and three-star prospect by 247Sports … Rated as No. 97 player in country by Rivals, No. 190 by Scout, No. 203 by ESPN and No. 331 by 247Sports … Ranked 18th among wide receivers in 2017 class by Rivals, 26th by Scout, 29th by ESPN and 43rd by 247Sports … Touted as No. 16 player in state of Texas by Rivals, No. 32 by ESPN and No. 44 by 247Sports … Named to 2016 AP Class 6A All-State Second Team after catching 87 passes for 1,590 yards and 25 touchdowns.
* indicates student-athlete received extra year of eligibility in 2021 due to 2020 season affected by COVID-19 pandemic