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  Jamien McCullum
Jamien McCullum

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Mercer Island, WA

High School:
Mercer Island

Height / Weight:
6- / 190

Position:
FL

At Stanford: Fifth-year senior who returns as one of the focal points of the Cardinal's receiving corps for the 2001 season ... He has shifted from receiver to free safety and back to receiver over the past four years, but last year he proved to be a valuable receiver capable of making big plays ... He is in the hunt to earn a starting berth at the wide receiver position ... Last season vs. USC caught game-winning 20-yard touchdown pass as time ran out.

Coaches' Comments: "We're expecting Jamien to be a consistent receiver for us this season. He has to play more than one position, make the tough catch, always be in the right spot and not make mistakes. I'm looking forward to him doing that. He brings leadership to the receiving corps, and will hopefully close out with a good senior year." - wide receivers coach Trent Miles

The 2000 Season:Fourth on the team in receptions with 14 for 250 yards, three touchdowns and a 17.9 yards per reception average ... Moved into the starting lineup in game #5 at Notre Dame ... Started four consecutive games before an injury limited his playing time the final three games ... Had some big catches during the season, including a 75-yard touchdown pass play from Randy Fasani against San Jose State ... That play went into the record book tied for the 15th longest TD pass play in school history ... He also had a nine-yard touchdown reception vs. the Spartans ... He caught a 20-yard touchdown pass from Chris Lewis on the game's final play to beat USC 32-30 at Stanford Stadium ... Had season high three catches for 38 yards vs. Arizona and three receptions for 31 yards vs. USC ... Honorable Mention Pac-10 All-Academic.

The 1999 Season: Switched back to wide receiver after spending the '98 season on defense ... Caught three passes for 22 yards, all coming in the season opener at Texas.

The 1998 Season: Moved to free safety and immediately earned the starting assignment ... He started the first two games of the season, then played a reserve role over the final nine ... Finished the year with 14 tackles, one interception and one fumble recovery ... He had six tackles in the season opener vs. San Jose State, then came back to record eight tackles and one interception in game #2 vs. Arizona. The 1997 Season: Redshirted as a reserve wide receiver.

In High School: Although Jamien played in an option offense as a senior, he nevertheless proved to be one of the most talented receivers in the Northwest in 1996 ... A PrepStar All-Pac-10 Region selection ... Recorded 24 receptions for 315 yards and three touchdowns his senior season along with one rushing TD and one interception ... He started at wide receiver and defensive back as a senior ... Two-time First-Team All-KingCo Conference selection as a wide receiver and two-time honorable mention choice as a defensive back ... A Schutt Academic All-American ... As a junior, he averaged 21 yards per reception, scored three touchdowns and had three interceptions ... Played basketball for two years ... Member of the National Honor Society.

Personal Information: International Relations major ... His father, Sam, played in the NFL for 10 seasons with the Seattle Seahawks and Minnesota Vikings ... Brother, Justin, is a freshman wide receiver for the Cardinal.

McCullum's Career Statistics

Year

Rec

Yds

Avg

TD

Lg

1999

3

22

7.3

0

13

2000

14

250

17.9

3

75

Totals

17

272

16.0

3

75


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