2001: First-team All-WAC selection and a first-team All-American all-purpose player. Caught 85/1364/16/13, 32/24.7/1 on kick returns and 41/14.2/1 on punt returnds. Averaged 17.5 yards every time he touched the ball and became the WAC's all-time single-season leader in all-purpose yards with 2,591, breaking the record held by LaDainian Tomlinson
2000: Fresno State's leading receiver last year with 43/705/16.4/6 and touchdown receptions of 51, 55 and 71 yards. 10/17.5 on kicks and 15/10.5/1 on punts.
1999: Played in nine games, catching 6/58/9.9/1
Good: Hard-working, game
breaking skill player that impacts the game as both a receiver and return specialist.
Fast, accelerates down the flanks and quick running to daylight if
given any open space on the field.
Looks the pass into his hands, adjusting to the oncoming throw and
reaching back to grab the errant pass.
Comes back the the ball out of his breaks or works his way back to the quarterback if the
play breaks down, always trying to make himself an available target.
Catches the pass in stride and loses no momentum running down the field if making the deep reception.
Works to pick up positive yardage running after the catch.
the second gear and has a slight build.
Out-positioned or out-muscled by bigger opponents and does not
The Skinny: Carried late first round grades coming into the season and should do as well, if not better, entering 2003.