CAREER: Lettered four (2015-16-17-18) seasons … in 50 career games (43 starts), caught 253 passes for 2,919 yards (11.54) and 13 TDs while rushing 15 times for 85 yards (5.67) ... returned 38 punts for 237 yards (6.24) … completed 1-of-2 (.500) passes for 22 yards and one TD … amassed 3,241 all-purpose yards … holds career per game averages of 5.06 receptions, 58.38 receiving yards and 64.82 all-purpose yards ... on the field for 2,768 career snaps ... All-ACC honoree as a wide receiver in 2017 (HM) and 2018 (3rd team) … recorded eight career games with 100+ receiving yards including a career-high 240-yard performance versus Temple in the 2018 Walk-On’s Independence Bowl ... carded 41 games with 2+ receptions, 24 games with 5+ catches and five games with 10+ grabs including a career-best 12 catches against Virginia in 2015, Northwestern in 2017 and Temple in 2018 ... finished with 19 games with 70+ receiving yards ... closed career with 39 receptions covering 20+ yards including a career-long 85-yard catch against Temple in 2018 ... on Duke’s career charts, ranks tied for first in most seasons with 60+ receptions (3) and most seasons with 500+ receiving yards (4), second in games with 1+ pass reception (47), tied for second in most games with 10+ receptions, most consecutive 100-yard games (3), most seasons with 50+ receptions (3), most seasons with 600+ receiving yards (3) and most seasons with 700+ receiving yards (3), third in receptions, most games with 2+ receptions, most games with 5+ receptions and most seasons with 70+ receptions (2), fourth in receptions per game and most receiving yards, tied for fourth in most consecutive games with 2+ receptions (27), fifth in receiving yards per game, sixth in 100-yard games and 10th in receiving touchdowns … nine touchdown receptions from QB Daniel Jones ties the duo for the 10th most TD passes by a Duke combination in a career … owns Duke rookie single-game records for pass receptions (12) and receiving yards (190) set at Virginia in 2015 ... in single-game history at Duke, is tied for fourth in 20+ yard receiving TDs in a contest with two versus Temple in 2018 and tied for 10th in receptions in a contest with 12 … after Walk-On’s Independence Bowl performance, departed holding Duke bowl game records for receiving yards in a game, receiving yards in a half (150; 2nd), receiving yards in a quarter (140; 3rd), all-purpose yards (286), pass receptions in a half (8; 2nd), highest yards per reception average (20.00) and most receptions of 20+ yards (4) … 85-yard scoring touchdown from QB Daniel Jones is the longest passing play in Duke bowl history and tied for the longest play from scrimmage in Blue Devil bowl history … tied for first in Duke bowl game history in receptions per quarter (6), total catches (12) and receiving touchdowns (2) … the only player in Duke history to start three bowl game victories (2015 Pinstripe, 2017 Quick Lane & 2018 Independence) ... in Blue Devil bowl history, leads all players in total receiving yards with 351 and ranks third in all-purpose yards (400) … joins Johnathan Lloyd and Chris Taylor as the only Blue Devils to play in three bowl victories … one of three players in Duke history to post two seasons with 70+ receptions and 700+ receiving yards, joining Conner Vernon (2010-11-12) and Jamison Crowder (2012-13-14) ... departed as one of six players in school history to lead the squad in receiving yardage in three consecutive seasons, joining Stan Crisson (1961-62-63), Clarkston Hines (1987-88-89), Eron Riley (2006-07-08), Vernon (2010-11-12) and Crowder (2012-13-14) … one of three players in Duke history to amass 175+ pass receptions through first three seasons, joining Vernon (198; 2010-11-12) and Crowder (198; 2011-12-13) ... became the fifth player in Duke history to compile 2,000+ receiving yards through first three seasons, joining Vernon (2,675), Crowder (2,597), Wes Chesson (2,399; 1968-69-70) and Hines (2,169; 1986-87-88).
2018 Game-by-Game Statistics
2018: Third team All-ACC pick ... named to the Associated Press and Sports Illustrated All-Bowl Teams following the Walk-On’s Independence Bowl … for the third consecutive season, earned the program’s Clarkston Hines Award as the most outstanding receiver ... selected as the ACC Wide Receiver of the Week following the Georgia Tech contest … started all 13 games ... caught 75 passes for 811 yards (10.81) and eight TDs ... rushed nine times for 82 yards (9.11) ... returned 25 punts for 146 yards (5.84) ... completed only pass attempt for 22 yards and a TD … in the ACC, ranked tied for fourth in receiving touchdowns, fifth in receptions per game (5.77) and receptions, eighth in punt return average and receiving yards and ninth in receiving yards per game (62.38) ... nationally, ranked tied for 22nd in receptions, tied for 29th in receptions per game, tied for 51st in receiving TDs, 79th in receiving yards and tied for 85th in receiving yards per game ... had 2+ receptions in 12 games and 9+ catches in four contests including a season-high 12 grabs versus Temple in the Walk-On’s Independence Bowl ... the 12 receptions against the Owls matched the 10th-highest single-game total in Duke history ... logged nine receptions against Pittsburgh, North Carolina and Clemson ... at Georgia Tech, caught four passes to lift his career total to 202, becoming the fourth Blue Devil with 200+ career receptions … posted only 100-yard game of the year versus Temple with 240 yards, the fifth most in a game by a Blue Devil ... had 90+ receiving yards in two other contests (91 – Georgia Tech; North Carolina – 98) ... had a team-high nine catches of 20+ yards including a career-long reception of 85 yards against Temple ... hauled in two TD passes against Baylor, Pittsburgh and the Owls ... logged a season-high 59 punt return yards at Baylor including a season-long 32-yard return ... in the Walk-On’s Independence Bowl, set Duke bowl game records for receiving yards in a game, receiving yards in a half (150; 2nd), receiving yards in a quarter (140; 3rd), all-purpose yards, pass receptions in a half (8; 2nd), highest yards per reception average (20.00) and most receptions of 20-plus yards (4) … the 240 receiving yards are the fifth most in any game in program history … on Duke’s single-season charts, yearly totals rank tied for third in games in 1+ reception (13), fifth in pass receptions, tied for seventh in TD receptions, tied for ninth in games with 2+ receptions (12) and 17th in receiving yards … eight TD grabs marked the most by a Blue Devil since Jamison Crowder’s eight in 2013 … had a streak of 27 games with 2+ pass receptions, tied for the fourth-longest streak in program history … combined with Davis Koppenhaver (7) and Johnathan Lloyd (5) to form the first trio in Duke history with 5+ receiving touchdowns apiece in a season … teamed with Koppenhaver to form the fourth Duke duo with 6+ receiving TDs in a year and the third Duke duo with 7+ receiving TDs in a year … combined with Lloyd (51) to catch 126 passes, the 10th most by a wide receiver duo in program history and become the ninth Duke pair to surpass 50 pass receptions in a season … paired with Lloyd (604) to form the 12th duo in program history to surpass 600 receiving yards each in a season … combined with Lloyd (51) for 126 receptions, the 10th most in a season by a Duke wide receiving duo … on the field for 689 snaps.
2017 Game-by-Game Statistics
2017: Honorable mention All-ACC pick ... earned the program’s Clarkston Hines Award as the most outstanding receiver for the second straight season ... started all 13 games ... caught 65 passes for 795 yards (12.23) and two TDs ... rushed four times for three yards (0.75) ... returned 13 punts for 91 yards (7.00) ... in the ACC, ranked seventh in receiving yards per game (61.15) and ninth in receptions per game (5.00) ... nationally, ranked 57th in receptions per game, 72nd in receiving yards and 77th in receiving yards per game ... had 2+ receptions in all 13 games and 8+ catches in four contests including a season-high 12 grabs against Northwestern ... the 12 receptions against the Wildcats matched the 10th-highest single-game total in Duke history ... logged eight receptions against Florida State, Pittsburgh and Wake Forest ... posted 100-yard games versus Northwestern (127), Florida State (111) and Pittsburgh (142) ... the 142-yard effort against the Panthers matched the 50th-highest single-game total in school history ... had 70+ receiving yards in two other contests ... had a team-high 11 catches of 20+ yards including a season-long reception of 57 yards against Florida State ... had TD catches against Pittsburgh (39 yards) and Northern Illinois (33 yards) ... the 33-yard TD catch from QB Daniel Jones versus Northern Illinois in the Quick Lane Bowl marked the second-longest scoring reception in Duke history, trailing only the 59-yard air strike from QB Anthony Boone to WR Jamison Crowder against Texas A&M in the 2013 Chick-fil-A Bowl ... logged a season-high 38 punt return yards at Wake Forest including a season-long 33-yard return ... on Duke’s single-season charts, yearly totals rank tied for second for most games with 1+ reception, tied for third for most games with 2+ receptions, tied for 13th for pass receptions and 18th for receiving yards … on the field for 796 snaps.
2016 Game-by-Game Statistics
2016: Played in all 12 games with 11 starting assignments ... earned the program’s Clarkston Hines Award as the most outstanding receiver ... caught 70 passes for 742 yards (10.60) and one TD ... rushed once for minus-1 yard (-1.00) ... in the ACC, ranked fifth in receptions per game (5.83), tied for fifth in 100-yard receiving games (3), 11th in receiving yards per game (61.83) and tied for 14th in receptions of 10+ yards (26) ... had eight games with 6+ receptions including a season-high 10 catches against both Pittsburgh and Miami ... logged three 100-yard receiving games versus North Carolina (100), Pittsburgh (116) and Miami (117) ... had 70+ receiving yards in six games ... long catch of the year covered 51 yards at Louisville ... had 11 catches covering 20+ yards ... lone TD catch covered 23 yards against Virginia ... closed the season on a high note by totaling 28 receptions for 333 yards over the final three weeks ... on Duke’s single-season charts, yearly totals rank tied for fifth for pass receptions, tied for fifth for most games with 10+ receptions, tied for ninth for most games with 5+ receptions (8) and 21st for receiving yardage ... became just the second player in Duke history to amass 100+ receptions through first two seasons, joining Conner Vernon (128; 2010-11) ... joined Vernon (1,719) and Wes Chesson (1,319; 1968-69) as the only players in school history to compile 1,300+ receiving yards and two campaigns with 40+ receptions in first two years ... became the first Blue Devil to produce three consecutive games with 100+ receiving yards since Donovan Varner in 2009-10 ... on the field for 723 snaps.
2015 Game-by-Game Statistics
2015: Honorable mention Freshman All-America pick by both Campus Insiders and College Football News ... played in 12 games with six starts ... missed the Army West Point game due to injury ... earned starting assignments against Tulane, Northwestern, Boston College, Virginia, Wake Forest and Indiana ... caught 43 passes for 571 yards (13.28) and two TDs ... rushed once for one yard (1.00) ... in the ACC, ranked 19th in receptions, 22nd in yards per reception and 24th in receiving yards ... among rookies in the ACC, ranked second in receptions, third in receiving yards and third in yards per reception ... had 3+ receptions in seven games including a season-high 12 catches at Virginia ... also had 5+ catches against Tulane (6), Boston College (5), Virginia and Wake Forest (7) ... posted a season-best 190 yards against Virginia ... had single-game TD catches versus Georgia Tech and Virginia ... against the Cavaliers, established Duke single-game freshman records for both receptions and receiving yards while posting the ninth-highest single-game all-purpose yardage total (190) for Blue Devil rookies ... the reception and receiving yards totals against Virginia also rank tied for 10th and ninth on Duke’s single-game charts, respectively ... the 12 receptions against the Cavaliers matched the highest single-game total in the ACC for the season, equaling efforts by Pittsburgh’s Tyler Boyd vs. Syracuse, Clemson’s Artavis Scott vs. Syracuse and Virginia Tech’s Isaiah Ford vs. Tulsa and also matched the highest single-game total nationally among freshmen, equaling performances by Middle Tennessee State’s Richie James vs. Illinois, Louisiana-Monroe’s Marcus Green vs. both Troy and Hawai’i ... the 190 receiving yards marked the fifth-highest single-game total in the ACC for the season and stood as the second-highest single-game total among freshmen nationally, trailing only a 198-yard performance by Middle Tennessee State’s James vs. Florida Atlantic ... with 51 seconds left in the fourth quarter of the New Era Pinstripe Bowl, hauled in a 22-yard pass from QB Thomas Sirk to give Duke 1st-&-goal at the Indiana five yard line, where a Sirk rushing TD two plays later coupled with Ross Martin’s PAT tied the game at 41-41 and ultimately forced overtime as the Blue Devils prevailed, 44-41, for the program’s first bowl win since January 1, 1961, on Martin’s 36-yard field goal in the extra session ... on Duke’s single-season charts for freshmen, totals rank second for receptions and third for receiving yards ... closed the season on a high note by totaling 22 receptions for 302 yards over the final three games ... one of five Duke freshmen to earn varsity letter ... on the field for 560 snaps.
PRIOR TO DUKE: Three-year letterman at McEachern High School for coach Kyle Hockman ... ranked as the No. 39 wide receiver by 247Sports.com ... played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, scoring two TDs on a 63-yard reception and 41-yard run ... received the U.S. Army All-American Bowl Lightning in a Bottle Award ... after final campaign, named to the USA Today American Family Insurance All-Georgia Team and Atlanta Journal-Constitution first team all-state squad ... as a senior, caught 70 passes for 1,548 yards and 22 TDs ... finished just 107 yards shy of Georgia single-season receiving yards record of 1,655 ... added one punt return for a TD ... helped the Indians to a 10-4 overall record and a trip to the Georgia High School Association state semifinals ... in the state quarterfinal 62-36 victory against Tucker, caught seven passes for 258 yards and two TDs and returned one punt 77 yards for a TD ... as a junior, recorded 54 catches for 1,054 yards and 13 TDs ... helped the Indians to an 11-3 record ... as a sophomore, caught 18 passes for 386 yards and four TDs.
PERSONAL: Born January 10, 1997 ... majoring in sociology while minoring in education ... son of Tina and Todd Rahming.