Tulsa –– A returning letterwinner . . . enrolled at Tulsa in January 2002 after transferring from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M . . . 2002 –– Played in all 12 games . . . started 11 games . . . was the team’s leading receiver with 49 receptions for 593 yards and seven touchdowns . . . also had three punt returns for 65 yards, and three kickoff returns for 46 yards . . . began his career at Tulsa with two catches for 20 yards against Oklahoma . . . had a career-best 10 receptions for 166 yards and two touchdowns against San Jose State . . . next best games saw him catch five passes for 72 yards vs. Arkansas State, and seven receptions for 72 yards and one TD against Louisiana Tech . . . had a season-best 35-yard reception against San Jose State . . . returned a blocked punt 42 yards against Baylor . . . had two kickoff returns for 33 yards in the season opener against Oklahoma . . . Overall –– Had a great spring . . . poised for a break-out season . . . has good size and great speed . . . a fundamentally-sound player . . . has the ability to make plays . . . possesses big play potential . . . a very athletic player.
Junior College –– Was a two-year letterwinner at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M . . . had a team-leading 20 catches for 401 yards and two touchdowns as a sophomore starter . . . also rushed the ball six times for 69 yards and one TD . . . longest pass reception covered 68 yards against Navarro Junior College in 2001 . . . had two-year totals of 31 catches for 562 yards and three touchdowns . . . was an all-Southwest Junior College Conference honorable mention selection as a sophomore . . . junior college coach was Dale Patterson.
High School –– Played his prep football at Western Heights High School in Oklahoma City . . . was a three-year letterwinner . . . started three years at receiver, and was a two-year starter at safety . . . was a Tulsa World Blue Chip member entering his senior season, and earned third-team all-state honors by the Daily Oklahoman as a senior . . . high school coach was Boone Copeland.
Personal –– Lists Jerry Rice as his favorite NFL player, and the Dallas Cowboys as his favorite NFL team . . . favorite movie is Remember the Titans . . . his favorite TV show is "Martin" . . . favorite books include Of Mice and Men and To Kill a Mockingbird . . . his favorite non-football athlete is Michael Jordan . . . lists "911" as the event he remembers most . . . majoring in communication . . . born December 21, 1979.
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