2001: Second-team All-American and consensus first-team All-Big Ten selection. Set Big Ten record for receiving yards in a season and ranked third nationally with 75/1545/20.6/9. Led Big Ten and ranked fourth nationally in receiving yards per game with 128.8. Set school records for receptions in a season (75), touchdown receptions in a season (tied with nine) and 100-yard receiving games in a season (eight). Eclipsed school's previous season receiving yardage mark by a remarkable 625 yards and became school's career leader in receiving yardage (2,255), surpassing former New York Jet Al Toon's 17-year-old record.
2000: Team's second-leading receiver with 33/634/19.2/4. Academic All-Big Ten.
1999: Caught three passes for a 25.3-yard average and one score, a 64-yard reception against Ball State.
Good: Natural pass catcher
with great football instinct and a productive wide out two years running.
Bad: Not strong and has difficulty going up against bigger opponents.
Suffered a major
knee injury during spring practice and
though he claims he'll play this
year, his season is still
call; impressive on film since he was a sophomore and
justifiably Wisconsin's best pure
receiver since Al Toon but factoring in the lack of great size,
the knee injury and the amount of
underclassmen talent that may be
available next April, his best bet would be to take a redshirt