2013 TRAINING ROOM COMEBACK PLAYER OF THE YEAR
2016 (Redshirt Senior): Saw action in all 13 games with four starts…Totaled 211 receiving yards on 17 receptions with three touchdowns…Four starts came in final four games of season…Became 11th player in school history to play in 50 or more games…Saw action in season opener against Florida A&M (Sept. 3) and caught one 11-yard pass…Had one 11-yard catch in action vs. FAU (Sept. 10)…Saw action in road win at Appalachian State (Sept. 17)…Played in road win at Georgia Tech (Oct. 1)…Competed against Florida State (Oct. 8)…Totaled 60 yards on four kickoffs against North Carolina (Oct. 15)…Recorded two catches for 25 yards at Virginia Tech (Oct. 20)…Had two catches for 22 yards at Notre Dame (Oct. 29)…Totaled 56 yards on three kickoff returns against Fighting Irish…Made first start of season and caught two passes totaling 50 yards in win at Virginia (Nov. 12)…44-yard reception in second quarter vs. Cavaliers was season-long catch…Made second straight start at receiver in win at NC State (Nov. 19) and caught two passes for 18 yards…Started final regular season game of career in win over Duke (Nov. 26) and totaled 33 yards on two receptions…Started and totaled 19 yards on three catches, including 3-yard touchdown, in Russell Athletic Bowl victory over West Virginia (Dec. 28).
2015 (Senior): Caught 17-yard pass in season opener vs. Bethune-Cookman (Sept. 5)…Made first start of season vs. FAU (Sept. 11) and hauled in four passes for 30 yards, including long of 11 yards…Saw action vs. Nebraska (Sept. 19), did not record any stats…Played against Cincinnati (Oct. 1)…Saw action against Washington State at Hyundai Sun Bowl (Dec. 26).
2014 (Junior): Started in season opener at Louisville…Recorded first two catches of season against FAMU, totaling 25 yards with long of 16…Caught three passes in start against Arkansas State, totaling 11 yards…Set career high with five catches against Nebraska, including second touchdown of career…Totaled 40 yards against Cornhuskers…Hauled in four passes for 28 yards against Duke…Had two catches for 30 yards against Georgia Tech, including long of 24…Had one catch for six yards against Cincinnati…Added one catch in start against Virginia Tech…Had one reception against Florida State…Totaled 15 yards on two receptions against Virginia…Recorded 33 yards on two receptions…Had two catches for 56 yards in Duck Commander Independence Bowl start against South Carolina…Recorded career-long 48-yard catch against Gamecocks.
2013 (Sophomore): Played in 11 games at receiver, making two starts … Also saw action on special teams … Finished with seven catches for 71 yards … Made season debut in opening win over FAU, did not record any stats … Was first game since season-ending ankle injury in September 2012 at Georgia Tech … Had one reception for nine yards in rout over Savannah State … Added one catch for seven yards in road win at UNC … Had two catches for 18 yards in home win over Wake Forest … Recorded two catches for season-high 27 yards in road loss at Duke … Named Training Room Comeback Player of the Year at end-of-season team awards show … Did not record any stats vs. Louisville in Russell Athletic Bowl … Earned letter.
2012 (True Freshman): Played four games at receiver, making one start … Season ended after dislocating left ankle at Georgia Tech … Caught four passes for season-high 42 yards and TD in season-opening road win at Boston College … Made career-first start against Bethune-Cookman … Earned letter.
High School: Four-star recruit according to Rivals.com and ESPN … No.18 wide receiver prospect and No. 29 overall recruit in Florida according to ESPN … Rated as No. 29 wide receiver prospect and No. 32 overall recruit in Florida by Rivals.com while being compared to Arizona Cardinals’ Steve Breaston … Captained team as senior … Had 48 catches for 716 yards and seven touchdowns in 2011 … Collected 1,010 all-purpose yards … Named first-team All-Broward … As junior at Miramar HS, caught 32 passes for 572 yards and five touchdowns … Coached by Damon Cogdale … Chose UM over Florida State.
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