2012 (SENIOR):14-game starter was unsung offensive mainstay as both a blocker and pass-catcher...totaled 393 yards and four touchdowns on 24 receptions...led all Stanford receivers with 16.4 yards/catch...scored four touchdowns among five receptions from inside the red zone... paced the Cardinal three games in receiving (Duke, Arizona, Colorado)...collected a career-best 141 yards receiving on five catches in overtime win vs. Arizona, including a 12-yard touchdown...caught a career-long 46-yard pass from Josh Nunes against the Wildcats...led the Cardinal with three catches for 59 yards and a 19-yard touchdown at Colorado...made two receptions for 11 yards at Cal including the first passing touchdown of Kevin Hogan's career...had three catches for 47 yards vs. No. 2 USC...led Stanford with 59 yards on three receptions - including one touchdown - in a home win vs. Duke...grabbed three balls for 17 yards at No. 1 Oregon...brought in one reception for 18 yards at Washington...earned All-Pac-12 honorable mention...recipient of the program's T.E.A.M. Technician Award for technique, effort, attitude and mental discipline.
2011 (JUNIOR): Honorable mention all-conference selection...finished with 25 catches for 343 yards and six touchdowns...touchdown receptions ranked second among Stanford receivers behind Coby Fleener's 10...caught four passes for a career-high 102 yards at Arizona, including his first touchdown reception in the fourth quarter, when he pulled down a 34-yard pass from Luck...had two receptions in each of the next two games against Colorado and Washington State...both of his receptions against the Cougars were for touchdowns...was on the receiving end of a 10-yard touchdown pass from Luck at the 10:58 mark of the third that gave the Cardinal a 17-7 lead...culminated an eight-play, 62-yard scoring drive with a 26-yard reception with 11:18 left in the third that increased Stanford's lead to 24-7...took on a larger role in the passing game after Zach Ertz was sidelined with injury late in the year...caught 16 passes for 150 yards, including three touchdowns, over the last five games of the season...caught an 11-yard touchdown pass from Luck in the second overtime against USC which knotted the game at 48-48 following the PAT...had touchdown receptions in the final two games against Cal and Notre Dame...his three-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter against Notre Dame was the 77th touchdown pass of Andrew Luck's career, which tied John Elway's career record...had one catch for 18 yards against Oklahoma State in the Fiesta Bowl.
2010 (SOPHOMORE): Started in the first game of the season against Sacramento State...caught one pass for 27 yards on Stanford's second play from scrimmage, however, was lost for the remainder of the season after sustaining an injury on the play.
2009 (FRESHMAN): Did not see action.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Graduated from Helix Charter High School in La Mesa, Calif. ...played for head coach Troy Starr...four-star recruit by both Rivals and Scout.com...one of the top tight end prospects in the nation...rated as the fourth-best tight end recruit in the nation by Rivals.com, fifth by SuperPrep Magazine and sixth-best by Scout.com and CSTV/Tom Lemming...PrepStar All-American was named a first team all-state Division II and all-CIF San Diego Section pick...earned first team All-Grossmont League honors as a tight end and defensive end...also earned first team honors by the San Diego Union-Tribune, San Diego Hall of Champions and MaxPreps.com...GoldenStatePreps.com second team all-Southern California selection...third team all-state pick by Cal-Hi Sports...selected as a Scholar Leader-Athlete for the 2008-09 academic year by the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame...attended San Diego's H-Town Christian Academy for two years before transferring to Helix HS...also lettered in basketball...parents are Raymond and Trina Young-Toilolo...one of four children...sister Chasity was a track athlete at the University of Utah...has three uncles--Dan Saleaumua, Edwin Mulitalo and Joe Salave'a--who played in the NFL...Joe Salave'a served as the defensive line coach at San Jose State...two cousins--Jacob Tauanuu (San Diego State), Jericho Toilolo (Cal Lutheran)--play college football while another--Mele Leasau (Midland College)--played college basketball...cousin Jennifer Saleaumua was an All-America volleyball player at the University of Nebraska...born in San Diego, Calif. ...full name is Levine Joseph Toilolo (pronounced La-Veen Toy-lo-lo)...majoring in science, technology and society (information science & technology in society).
Career Highs Receptions: 6 vs. Oregon, 2011 Receiving Yards: 102 at Duke, 2011 Receiving Touchdowns: 2 at Washington State, 2011 Long: 41 vs. California, 2011