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3 Jamison Crowder

CAREER: Lettered four (2011-12-13-14) seasons … in 52 career games (40 starts), caught 283 passes for 3,641 yards (12.87) and 23 TDs … rushed 21 times for 135 yards (6.43) and one TD … returned 44 kickoffs for 930 yards (21.14) … returned 65 punts for 869 yards (13.37) and four TDs … completed 2-of-4 (.500) passes for 33 yards and one TD … amassed 5,575 all-purpose yards … scored 168 points on 28 TDs … served as team captain in 2014 … All-America selection as a return specialist in both 2013 (2nd team pick by Football Writers Association of America, Sports Illustrated & Phil Steele) and 2014 (2nd team pick by Lindy’s) … All-ACC honoree as a wide receiver in 2012 (HM), 2013 (1st team) and 2014 (1st team) … All-ACC choice as a return specialist in 2013 (1st team) and 2014 (1st team) … six-time ACC Player of the Week selection (4 times in 2013 & 2 times in 2014) … Academic All-ACC selection in 2013 … posted 29 career games with 100+ all-purpose yards including a career-best 279-yard outing against Pittsburgh in 2013 ... recorded 16 career games with 100+ receiving yards including a career-high 203-yard performance versus Miami in 2012 ... carded 44 career games with 2+ pass receptions, 34 career games with 5+ pass receptions and five career games with 10+ pass receptions including a career-high 12 catches against Texas A&M in the 2013 Chick-fil-A Bowl … finished career holding Duke records for most TD receptions of 50+ yards (10), most consecutive games with 2+ pass receptions (41) and first in punt returns for TDs while sharing school standards for pass receptions (283; with Conner Vernon) and most games with 5+ receptions (34; with Vernon) ... closed career holding Duke single-season records for pass receptions (108 in 2013), pass receptions per game (7.71 in 2013), receiving yards (1,360 in 2013), most games with 5+ pass receptions (13 in 2013), most games with 10+ pass receptions (4 in 2013) and TD receptions of 50+ yards (5 in 2012) while sharing school single-campaign marks for most games with 1+ pass reception (14 in 2013; with Braxton Deaver) and most games with 2+ pass receptions (14 in 2013; with Deaver) … on Duke’s all-time charts, finished career ranking second in receiving yards, second in most games with 1+ reception (46), second in most games with 2+ receptions (44), second in most games with 10+ receptions (5), second in most consecutive games with 1+ reception (41), second in most 100-yard receiving games (16), second in all-purpose yards, second in punt return yards, second in punt return average, tied for second in most games with 2+ TD receptions (5), tied for second in punt returns, third in receptions per game (5.44), third in TD receptions, tied for third in most consecutive games with 5+ receptions (8), tied for third in total touchdowns, fourth in receiving yards per game (70.02), fifth in all-purpose yards per game (107.21), tied for ninth in total points and 24th in receiving yards per reception  … also graduated holding Duke bowl game records for receptions (12 vs. Texas A&M in 2013 Chick-fil-A Bowl) and receiving yards (163 vs. Texas A&M in 2013 Chick-fil-A Bowl) … holds school bowl game standard for longest TD reception with 59-yard score from Anthony Boone vs. Texas A&M … on  the ACC’s all-time charts, finished career ranking tied for first in pass receptions, second in 100-yard receiving games, third in receiving yards, fourth in all-purpose yards and tied for 14th in TD receptions … closed career as one of two players in ACC history to post three 1,000-yard receiving seasons (2012-13-14), joining former Duke standout Clarkston Hines (1987-88-89) … finished career as the only player in ACC history to catch 100+ passes in a season (108 in 2013) … set ACC single-season records for pass receptions (108 in 2013) and most combined pass receptions by two teammates (161) with Vernon in 2012 ... also paired with Vernon to become the first tandem in ACC history to register 75+ pass receptions in the same season (2012) and just the second duo in ACC history to post 1,000+ receiving yards in the same season (2012), joining E.G. Green (1,007) and Andre Cooper (1,002) of Florida State in 1995 ... with Vernon (85) and Desmond Scott (65), established ACC single-season record for most players (3) with 65+ pass receptions (2012) ... set  ACC single-season record for receiving yardage by a sophomore (1,074 in 2012) … shares NCAA record for longest pass reception (99 yards from Sean Renfree vs. Miami, 2012) … became the first player in Duke history to lead the team in all-purpose yardage in four seasons … graduated as one of five players in school history to lead the squad in receiving yardage in three consecutive seasons, joining Stan Crisson (1961-62-63), Hines (1987-88-89), Eron Riley (2006-07-08) and Vernon (2010-11-12) ... finished career as the only player in Duke history to record multiple seasons with 70+ receptions ... registered two of Duke’s top seven longest punt returns for TDs (82 yards vs. Pittsburgh, 2013 [t5th] & 76 yards vs. N.C. Central, 2013 [7th]) … caught TD passes from three Duke QBs — Boone (13), Brandon Connette (2) & Renfree (8) ... the 23 TD receptions averaged 41.30 yards per catch ... scoring catches by QB averaged 32.39 yards (Boone), 61.00 yards (Connette) and 50.50 yards (Renfree) ... had multiple 50+ yard TD receptions from all three QBs — Boone (4), Connette (2) & Renfree (4) ... logged 16 TD catches of 20+ yards and four TD grabs of 60+ yards … played 3,144 career snaps … represented Duke in the Senior Bowl on January 17, 2015 in Mobile, Ala. … participated in the NFL Combine on February 17-23, 2015 in Indianapolis, Ind.

2014: Second team All-America choice as an all-purpose selection by Lindy’s … first team All-ACC selection as both a wide receiver and return specialist by both the league’s head coaches and Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association … only player to receive first team all-conference honors at two positions … two-time ACC Player of the Week honoree … ACC Receiver of the Week after victory over Pittsburgh … ACC Specialist of the Week following win over Syracuse … served as team captain …. finished fourth in the balloting for ACC Offensive Player of the Year by the head coaches … finished tied for fourth in the balloting for ACC Player of the Year by the head coaches … started all 13 games … caught 85 passes for 1,044 yards (12.28) and six TDs … rushed twice for nine yards (4.50) … returned one kickoff for 26 yards (26.00) … returned 22 punts for 280 yards (12.73) and two TDs … completed only pass attempt for 12 yards (12.00) and one TD … amassed 1,359 all-purpose yards … scored 48 points on eight TDs … led Duke in receptions, receiving yards and all-purpose yards … in the ACC, ranked first in punt return average (12.73), first in punt return yards, first in punt returns for TDs, second in receptions per game (6.54), third in receiving yards per game (80.31) and seventh in all-purpose yards per game (104.54) … nationally, ranked third in punt returns for TDs, sixth in punt return average, 20th in receptions per game, 27th in receiving yards and 31st in receiving yards per game … on Duke’s single-season charts, totals rank tied for first in punt returns for TDs, tied for second in receptions, tied for second in most games with 5+ receptions (11), tied for third in most games with 1+ reception (13), tied for third in most games with 2+ receptions (13), tied for fourth in receptions per game, ninth in receiving yardage, ninth in punt return average and tied for ninth in most 100-yard receiving games (4) … caught at least two passes in all 13 games including a season-high nine against both Pittsburgh and Syracuse … also logged a season-best 165 receiving yards in the double OT win over the Panthers … other 100-yard receiving games came versus Tulane (119), Wake Forest (102) and Arizona State (102) … became the first player in school history to post multiple 100-yard bowl games … had two TDs against both Elon and Pittsburgh … carded a season-high 106 punt return yards at Syracuse, including a 52-yard return for a TD to snap a 10-10 tie early in the fourth period … posted a 68-yard punt return for a TD in the Hyundai Sun Bowl against Arizona State … also against the Sun Devils, threw a 12-yard TD pass to fellow WR Issac Blakeney … posted the fourth-highest all-purpose yards per play average (21.25) in Sun Bowl history … paired with Blakeney (7) to become just the third duo in Duke history to post 6+ TD receptions each, joining Clarkston Hines (10) & Keith Ewell (7) in 1988 and Crowder (8) and Conner Vernon (8) in 2012 … coupled with Blakeney (47) to form the ninth-most prolific pass-catching tandem in school history with 132 combined receptions ... on the field for 954 snaps.

2013: Second team All-America selection as a punt returner by the Football Writers Association of America, Sports Illustrated and Phil Steele ... first team All-ACC pick as a wide receiver by both the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association and the league’s head coaches ... first team All-ACC choice as a return specialist by the conference’s head coaches ... only player to receive 2013 first team all-conference honors at two positions ... second team All-ACC pick as a return specialist by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association ... named to the ACC All-Bowl Team by ESPN ... recipient of the Duke football program’s Carmen Falcone Team MVP award ... Academic All-ACC selection ... four-time ACC Player of the Week choice ... joined Heisman Trophy recipient Jameis Winston of Florida State as the only two players to earn 4+ ACC Player of the Week citations on the year ... ACC Receiver of the Week selection following wins over Troy and Wake Forest ... ACC Specialist of the Week honoree after games against N.C. Central and Pittsburgh ... started all 14 games ... caught 108 passes for 1,360 yards (12.59) and eight TDs ... rushed eight times for 71 yards (8.88) and one TD ... returned 25 punts for 401 yards (16.04) and two TDs ... compiled 1,832 all-purpose yards ... scored 66 points on 11 TDs ... established ACC single-season record for pass receptions, bettering the previous standard of 98 set by Kenneth Moore of Wake Forest in 2007 ... on the ACC’s single-season charts, ranked fifth in receptions per game (7.71) and fifth in receiving yardage ... set Duke single-season records for pass receptions, pass receptions per game, receiving yardage, most 100-yard receiving games (7), most games with 5+ pass receptions (13), most  games with 10+ pass receptions (4), most receptions by a WR-TE combination (154 with Braxton Deaver), most games with 1+ pass reception (14; tied with Deaver) and most games with 2+ pass receptions (14; tied with Deaver) ... on Duke’s single-season lists, additional totals rank second for most all-purpose yards, second for most receptions by two teammates (154 with Deaver), second for most receiving yards by two teammates (1,960 with Deaver), tied for second for most TD receptions of 50+ yards (4), tied for second for most receptions by three teammates (193 with Deaver & Brandon Braxton), third for most punt return yards, third for most receiving yards by three teammates (2,321 with Deaver & Braxton), third for most pass receptions by a WR-TE-RB combination (167 with Deaver & Jela Duncan), third for most pass receptions by a WR-RB combination (121 with Duncan), fourth for receiving yards per game, fourth for punt return average and tied for seventh for TD receptions ... became just the third player in Duke history to register 8+ receiving TDs in consecutive seasons, joining Clarkston Hines (1987-88-89) and Eron Riley (2007-08) ... joined Hines (1987-88-89) as the only two players in Duke history to register 5+ 100-yard receiving games in consecutive seasons ... in the ACC, ranked first in receptions, second in receptions per game (7.71), second in receiving yardage, second in receiving yards per game (97.14), second in punt return average, second in punt return yardage, second in all-purpose yardage, tied for second in punt returns for TDs, fourth in all-purpose yards per game (130.86) and fifth in TD receptions ... nationally, ranked first in punt returns of 20+ yards (8), tied for first in pass receptions of 60+ yards (4), tied for first with punt returns for TDs of 70+ yards (2), tied for second in punt returns for TDs, tied for third in pass receptions of 50+ yards (5), ninth in receiving yardage, 12th in receptions per game, 18th in receiving yards per game, 31st in all-purpose yards per game and tied for 44th in TD receptions ... part of a Blue Devil offense that was one of three nationally (Duke, Alabama & South Carolina) to have a pair of 100-yard receivers (Crowder & Deaver [116]) in a bowl game and one of two offenses (Duke & Alabama) to have two 100-yard receivers and one 100-yard rusher (Josh Snead [104]) in a bowl game ...  established Duke bowl game records for pass receptions and receiving yardage with a 12-catch, 163-yard performance against Texas A&M in the 46th annual Chick-fil-A Bowl ... the 12 receptions matched the second-highest bowl game total nationally, trailing only Clemson’s Sammy Watkins’ 16-catch performance against Ohio State in the Discover Orange Bowl ... receiving yardage total marked the seventh-highest of the bowl season ... added a 59-yard TD catch against the Aggies to set school bowl game record for longest scoring reception ... also reached the 10-catch plateau against Memphis (11), Navy (10) and Wake Forest (11) ... other 100-yard receiving games came versus Memphis (140), Pittsburgh (141), Troy (149), Virginia (113), N.C. State (134) and Wake Forest (121) ... posted the fifth-highest single-game all-purpose yardage total in school history with a 279-yard performance against Pittsburgh ... against the Panthers, totaled 141 receiving yards, 29 rushing yards and 109 punt return yards ... had 100+ punt return yards against both N.C. Central (113; 4th highest single-game total in school history) and Pittsburgh (109; 6th highest single-game total in school history) ... punt return average of 36.33 (3-109) against Pittsburgh marked the second-highest single-game total in school history, trailing only George Clark’s standard of 39.67 (3-119) versus Wake Forest in 1944 ... season punt return average marked Duke’s highest since 1944 when Clark set the school standard at 19.71 ... two punt returns for TDs came against N.C. Central (76 yards; 8th longest return in school history) and Pittsburgh (82 yards; t5th longest return in school history) ... became just the third player in Duke history to register two punt returns for TDs in the same season, joining Elmore Hackney (1937) and Jay Wilkinson (1961) ... against Pittsburgh, accounted for three TDs with a 62-yard reception, 7-yard run and 82-yard punt return to become the first Duke player score TDs via reception, rush and return since Scottie Montgomery accomplished the feat versus Wake Forest in 1999 ... on the field for 1,002 snaps.

2012: Honorable mention All-ACC selection by both the league’s media representatives and head coaches ... recipient of Duke’s Micah Harris Trinity Teammate Award, an honor presented annually to the member of the Duke football program who displays the highest teammate qualities such as inspiration, unselfishness and commitment to the team ... started all 13 games ... caught 76 passes for 1,074 yards (14.13) and eight TDs ... rushed three times for 13 yards (4.33), returned five punts for 66 yards (13.20) and returned five kickoffs for 90 yards (18.00) ... led the Blue Devils in all-purpose yardage (1,243), yards per reception, receiving yards and TD receptions ... in the ACC, ranked tied for third in receiving yards per game (82.62), tied for third in TD receptions and fifth in receptions per game (5.85) ... nationally, ranked tied for 35th in receiving yards per game and tied for 42nd in receptions per game ... established ACC record and matched NCAA standard for longest pass reception with 99-yard effort from QB Sean Renfree against Miami ... established ACC single-season record for receiving yardage by a sophomore ... set school single-season record for most TD receptions of 50+ yards with five, breaking the previous standard of four set by Eron Riley in 2007 ... scoring catches of 50+ yards came against FIU (60), Virginia (54), Virginia Tech (62), Clemson (77) and Miami (99) ... on Duke’s single-season charts, totals rank second for pass receptions, tied for third for 100-yard receiving games (5), tied for fourth for pass receiving yardage and tied for seventh for TD receptions ... also matched school single-season records for most games with 1+ reception (13) and most games with 2+ receptions (13) ... caught 5+ passes in 10 games to mark the second-highest single-season total in school history ... with fellow WR Conner Vernon (85), set ACC single-season record for most receptions (161) by two teammates, breaking the previous mark of 156 set by Chris Givens (83) and Michael Campanaro (73) of Wake Forest in 2011 ... paired with Vernon (85-1,074) to become the first tandem in ACC history to register 75+ pass receptions in the same season and just the second duo in ACC history to post 1,000+ receiving yards in the same season, joining E.G. Green (1,007) and Andre Cooper (1,002) of Florida State in 1995 ... with Vernon, set Duke single-season records for receiving yardage by two teammates (2,148), bettering the previous standard of 1,793 set by Vernon (746) and Donovan Varner (1,047) in 2009 ... with Vernon, became the fourth Duke duo with 5+ TD receptions each in a season ... teamed with Vernon to form one of just four tandems nationally to have 1,000+ receiving yards each, joining Markus Wheaton (1,244) and Brandin Cooks (1,151) of Oregon State, Eric Ward (1,053) and Darrin Moore (1,032) of Texas Tech, and Stedman Bailey (1,622) and Tevon Austin (1,289) of West Virginia ... with Vernon, combined to be one of just four duos in the country to record 75+ pass receptions each, joining Bailey (114) and Austin (114) of West Virginia, Moore (92) and Ward (82) of Texas Tech, and Marqise Lee (118) and Robert Woods (76) of Southern California ... with Vernon and WR Desmond Scott (66), was the only trio of players nationally with 65+ pass receptions and established the school single-season record for most catches by three teammates (227) ... caught a season-high 10 passes at Stanford ... against the Cardinal, paired with Scott (11) to become the second duo in Duke history to post 10+ catches apiece in a single game, joining the tandem of Corey Thomas (13) and Marc Wilson (10) against Virginia in 1995 ... posted five 100-yard receiving games against FIU (102), Stanford (112), Virginia Tech (127), Clemson (167) and Miami (203) ... the 203-yard performance versus the Hurricanes marked the seventh-highest single-game total in Duke history ... totaled 272 all-purpose yards (203 receiving & 69 KOR) against Miami to register the seventh-highest single-game total in school history ... ACC Receiver of the Week honoree following the eight-catch, 203-yard, two-TD performance against the Hurricanes ... caught game-winning, five-yard TD pass from Renfree with 13 seconds left in the fourth quarter in 33-30 victory over North Carolina ... became the fifth player in school history to register a game-winning TD reception in the final period, joining Howard Pitt (vs. SMU, 1952), Tom Hall (vs. Georgia Tech, 1977), Mark Militello (vs. N.C. State, 1983) and Marc Mays (vs. Northwestern, 1990) ... became just the third player in Duke history to open a season with two straight 100-yard receiving games, joining Clarkston Hines (1988) and Richmond Flowers (1998) ... on the field for 939 total snaps.

2011: Played in all 12 games ... caught 14 passes for 163 yards (11.64) and one TD while rushing eight times for 42 yards (5.25) ... completed one-of-two (.500) pass attempts for 21 yards (21.00) ... returned 38 kickoffs for 814 yards (21.42) and 13 punts for 122 yards (9.39) ... led Duke in all-purpose yardage (1,141) ... became the first freshman to lead Duke in all-purpose yards since Ronnie Drummer in 2004 ... ranked fifth in the ACC in kickoff return average ... had a season-high four catches for 47 yards against Stanford ... first collegiate TD reception covered 45 yards from Sean Renfree at North Carolina ... had a season-best 61 receiving yards as well as a 21-yard pass completion to Anthony Boone against the Tar Heels ... sealed Duke’s 31-27 road win over FIU on a 16-yard run around left end on 3rd-and-7 from the Duke 16 yard line with 1:36 remaining in the fourth quarter ... returned a season-high six kickoffs against both Stanford and FIU to match the second-highest single-game total by a Duke rookie ... punt return average marked Duke’s best since 2001 when Ronnie Hamilton (15.55) led the ACC ... the 38 kickoff returns matched the second-highest single-season total in Duke history while the 814 kickoff return yards marked the fourth-best single-season total in school history ... both kickoff return and kickoff return yardage totals established Duke freshman records ... posted 190 all-purpose yards at Stanford, marking the seventh-highest single-game total by a Duke rookie ... carded the fourth-best single-season all-purpose yardage total for Duke freshmen ... played a total of 249 snaps.

PRIOR TO DUKE: Three-year letterman at Monroe under coach Johnny Sowell ... helped Monroe to a three-year record of 29-10 with three state playoff berths ... listed as the No. 65 athlete in the nation by ESPN.com ... as a senior, rushed for 641 yards and 11 TDs, caught 41 passes for 790 yards and nine TDs and had four returns for scores ... 2010 first team all-state (1A) choice by NCPreps.com ... Rocky River Conference Offensive Player of the Year in 2010 ... as a junior, had 26 catches for 618 yards with 19 total TDs ... participated in the 74th annual Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas played December 18, 2010 in Spartanburg, S.C. ... also participated in basketball and track and field ... helped Monroe to a 32-1 record and the 2010 1A state basketball championship ... Rocky River Conference Player of the Year in basketball as a junior.

PERSONAL: Son of Brenda and James Crowder ... father played football at North Carolina A&T ... cousin, Terrell Smith, lettered four seasons as a DB at Duke (2000-01-02-03) and earned All-ACC honors in 2003 ... born June 17, 1993 ... graduated from Duke in December, 2014 with a degree in in sociology while minoring in African and African American studies ... also earned a certificate in markets and management.

Jamison Crowder's Career Receiving Stats
Year G/GS Rec Yards Avg. TD Lg
2011  12/0  14  163  11.64  1  45
2012  13/13  76  1,074  14.13  8  99
2013  14/14  108  1,360  12.47  8  75
2014 13/13 85 1,044 12.28 6 52
Total  52/40  283  3,641  12.87  23 99

Jamison Crowder's Career Rushing Stats
Year G/GS Rush Yards Avg. TD Lg
2011  12/0  8  42  5.25  0  16
2012  13/13  3  13  4.33  0  12
2013  14/14  8  71  8.88  1  22
2014 13/13 2 9 4.50 0 6
Total  52/40  21  135  6.43  1 22

Jamison Crowder's Career Kickoff Return Stats
Year G/GS KOR Yards Avg. TD Lg
2011  12/0  38  814  21.42  0  35
2012  13/13  5  90  18.00  0  21
2013  14/14  0  0  —  0  0
2014 13/13 1 26 26.00 0 26
Total  52/40  44  930  21.14  0 35

Jamison Crowder's Career Punt Return Stats
Year G/GS PR Yards Avg. TD Lg
2011 12/0 13 122 9.39 0 29
2012 13/13 5 66 13.20 0 19
2013  14/14  25  401  16.04  2  82
2014 13/13 22 280 12.73 2 68
Total 52/40 65 869 13.37 4 82

2011 Game Log
Opponent Rec Yds Lg TD Rush Yds Lg TD
Richmond 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Stanford 4 47 17 0 2 9 5 0
Boston College 2 20 11 0 1 3 3 0
Tulane 3 37 22 0 2 5 8 0
FIU 0 0 0 0 1 16 16 0
Florida State 1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Wake Forest 1 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Virginia Tech 0 0 0 0 1 4 4 0
Miami 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Virginia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Georgia Tech 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
North Carolina 3 61 45 1 1 5 5 0

2011 Game Log
Opponent KOR Yds Lg TD PR Yds Lg TD
Richmond  3  60  24  0  0  0  0  0
Stanford  6  134  28  0  0  0  0  0
Boston College  4  82  26  0  0  0  0  0
Tulane  4  89  25  0  2  -6  0  0
FIU  6  136  27  0  1  5  5  0
Florida State  2  37  19  0  0  0  0  0
Wake Forest  3  86  35  0  4  25  13  0
Virginia Tech  3  60  26  0  3  57  26  0
Miami  3  57  21  0  0  0  0  0
Virginia  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0
Georgia Tech  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0
North Carolina  4  73  22  0  3  41  29  0

2012 Game Log
Opponent Rec Yds Lg TD Rush Yds Lg TD
FIU 6  102  60  1  0  0  0  0
Stanford  10  112  51  0  0  0  0  0
N.C. Central  7  84  33  1  1  7  7  0
Memphis  6  69  24  0  1  -6  0  0
Wake Forest  5  10  8  0  0  0  0  0
Virginia  4  84  54  1  0  0  0  0
Virginia Tech  8  127  62  1  0  0  0  0
North Carolina  5  41  26  1  0  0  0  0
Florida State  2  16  10  0  0  0  0  0
Clemson  7  167  77  1  0  0  0  0
Georgia Tech  2  10  6  0  0  0  0  0
Miami  8  203  99  2  0  0  0  0
Cincinnati  6  49  16  0  1  12  12  0

2012 Game Log
Opponent KOR Yds Lg TD PR Yds Lg TD
FIU  0  0  0  0  2  21  17  0
Stanford  0  0  0  0  0  0 0  0
N.C. Central  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0
Memphis  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0
Wake Forest  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0
Virginia  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0
Virginia Tech  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0
North Carolina  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0
Florida State  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0
Clemson  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0
Georgia Tech  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0
Miami  4  69  18  0  0  0  0  0
Cincinnati  1  21  21  0  3  45  19  0

2013 Game Log
Opponent Rec Yds Lg TD Rush Yds Lg TD
N.C. Central  6  62  12  0  0  0  0  0
Memphis  11  140  43  0  0  0  0  0
Georgia Tech  6  38  10  0  0  0  0  0
Pitt  7  141  62  1  2  29  22  1
Troy  7  149  60  1  0  0  0  0
Navy  10  88  23  0  2  10  10  0
Virginia  9  113  42  1  0  0  0  0
Virginia Tech  4  38  16  0  0  0  0  0
NC State  7  134  75  0  0  0  0  0
Miami  6  53  18  0  1  13  13  0
Wake Forest  10  121  58  2  1  9  9  0
North Carolina  5  54  17  2  1  6  6  0
Florida State  8  66  15  0  1  4  4  0
Texas A&M  12  163  59  1  0  0  0  0

2013 Game Log
Opponent KOR Yds Lg TD PR Yds Lg TD
N.C. Central  0  0  0  0  5  113  76  1
Memphis  0  0  0  0  4  16  11  0
Georgia Tech  0  0  0  0  1  20  20  0
Pitt  0  0  0  0  3  109  82  1
Troy  0  0  0  0  2  31  21  0
Navy  0  0  0  0  2  8  8  0
Virginia  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0
Virginia Tech  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0
NC State  0  0  0  0  4  5  3  0
Miami  0  0  0  0  2  60  35  0
Wake Forest  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0
North Carolina  0  0  0  0  1  -1  0  0
Florida State  0  0  0  0  1  40  40  0
Texas A&M  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0

2014 Game Log
Opponent Rec Yds Lg TD Rush Yds Lg TD
Elon 7 93 46 2 0 0 0 0
Troy 7 70 26 0 0 0 0 0
Kansas 2 14 11 0 0 0 0 0
Tulane 6 119 48 0 0 0 0 0
Miami 7 47 18 0 0 0 0 0
Georgia Tech 3 29 13 0 0 0 0 0
Virginia 8 99 27 0 0 0 0 0
Pitt 9 165 45 2 0 0 0 0
Syracuse 9 58 17 0 1 6 6 0
Virginia Tech 6 73 20 0 0 0 0 0
North Carolina 6 73 31 1 0 0 0 0
Wake Forest 8 102 52 1 0 0 0 0
Arizona State 7 102 43 0 1 3 3 0

2014 Game Log
Opponent KOR Yds Lg TD PR Yds Lg TD
Elon 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Troy 0 0 0 0 2 19 19 0
Kansas 0 0 0 0 2 7 4 0
Tulane 1 26 26 0 2 23 24 0
Miami 0 0 0 0 3 8 7 0
Georgia Tech 0 0 0 0 1 10 10 0
Virginia 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
Pitt 0 0 0 0 1 3 3 0
Syracuse 0 0 0 0 6 106 52 1
Virginia Tech 0 0 0 0 2 6 6 0
North Carolina 0 0 0 0 1 30 30 0
Wake Forest 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Arizona State 0 0 0 0 1 68 68 1


Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 175
Year: Senior
City/State: Monroe, N.C.
High School: Monroe
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