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AT STANFORD: Has appeared in 31 career games, including seven starts over the last three seasons...has proven to be a big-play threat both at wide receiver and in the return game...has been involved in nine plays in his career of 35 yards or more (three receiving, two rushing, two punt returns, two kickoff returns)...has been a valuable contributor in the return game over his first two seasons...has averaged 26.0 yards in 25 career kickoff returns and 7.6 yards in 23 punt returns.

2009 (JUNIOR): Appeared in seven games...caught four passes for 36 yards...three of his catches came in the second game of the season at Wake Forest, totaling 42 yards...had one reception for 36 yards at Arizona...had one kickoff return for a career-best 64 yards against San Jose State...also had three punt returns for four yards.

2008 (SOPHOMORE): Played in all 12 games and made nine starts at wide receiver...led the Cardinal with four touchdown receptions and averaged 14.4 yards per catch...was second on the team with 23 catches for 332 yards...had 16 catches for 238 yards and three TDs over the first seven games of the year and seven catches for 94 yards and one TD over the last five contests...served as Stanford's primary punt returner...averaged 8.6 yards in 18 returns (155 yards total) to rank eighth in the Pac-10 in punt return average...finished third on the team in all-purpose yardage with 593 (81 rush, 332 receiving, 155 punt return, 25 kickoff return)...became the first receiver since Evan Moore in 2004 to catch a touchdown in three straight games when he reached the end zone against Washington, Notre Dame and Arizona...set a career standard with five catches in the Homecoming win over Arizona... emerged as Stanford's most versatile big-play threat, tallying a team-high six plays of at least 35 yards (two receiving, two rushing, two punt returns)...made his first career start in the season-opener against Oregon State and caught one pass for 18 yards...scored his first collegiate touchdown at TCU on a 38-yard reverse in the second quarter...finished with 93 all-purpose yards against the Horned Frogs (38 rush, 17 receiving and 38 on punt returns)...was on the receiving end of a 61-yard touchdown pass from Tavita Pritchard with 1:36 left before intermission at Washington that broke a 14-14 tie, giving the Cardinal a lead it would not relinquish...marked Stanford's longest pass play of the season...set up Stanford's first touchdown at UCLA when he rushed for 36 yards on a reverse play down to the Bruin 3-yard line...totaled a career-best 63 receiving yards on three catches at California...hauled in a 34-yard touchdown pass from Pritchard in the fourth quarter.

2007 (FRESHMAN): Caught 11 balls for 93 yards (8.5 ypc) in 12 games off the bench...had a career-high three catches for 83 yards vs. Arizona State...proved valuable on special teams as he led the Cardinal in kickoff returns (23), kickoff return yards (555) and yards per kickoff return (24.13)...ranked seventh in the Pac-10 and 60th nationally in yards per kickoff return...returned four kickoffs for a career-high 110 yards vs. Notre Dame, including a career-best 42-yard return...had a career-high five kickoff returns against TCU (108 yards) and at Oregon State (98 yards)...was third on the team with 669 all-purpose yards...was the only Stanford player to rank in as many as four categories (555 kickoff return, 93 receiving, 15 punt return and 6 rush).

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Rated as one of the top wide receiver prospects in the nation and the state of Florida at Gulf Breeze High School...named a Super Senior in Florida by the Pensacola News Journal...had 42 receptions for 682 yards (16.2 yards per catch) and six touchdowns as a senior...also returned one kickoff for a touchdown...two-time first team all-area selection...three-year starter at wide receiver...had 48 receptions for 869 yards (18.1 average) and nine touchdowns to go along with two punt returns for TDs as a junior...also earned two letters in basketball...earned first team all-area recognition as a junior...three-year track letterwinner in the high jump and long marks were 6-4 in the high jump and 21-10 in the long jump... member of the National Honor Society, Math Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society...majoring in science, technology and society.

Career Highs
Receptions: 5 vs. Arizona, Oct. 11, 2008
Receiving Yards: 63 at California, Nov. 22, 2008
Longest Reception: 61 at Washington, Sept. 27, 2008
Receiving Touchdowns: 1, four times; last at California, Nov. 22, 2008