Tulsa -- Did not see action in the 2004 campaign . . . was one of several freshmen to sit out the 2003 season due to red-shirt status . . . showed a lot of promise in spring drills . . . . has good quickness, speed and hands . . . needs to add size and strength . . . capable of making the difficult catch
High School -- Was a three-year letterwinner and two-year starter at wide receiver . . . ranked 11th on the Rivals.com Oklahoma top-30 list . . . was an all-region selection by PrepStar magazine and Rivals.com . . . ranked sixth among Class 6A receivers his senior season with 35 receptions for 695 yards and seven touchdowns . . . was named honorable mention all-state by the Daily Oklahoman as a junior and senior . . . was a second-team Big All-City performer both his junior and senior seasons . . . received a two-star rating by TheInsiders.com . . . was an all-district selection as a junior and earned all-city both his junior and senior seasons . . . had 60 catches for 1,006 yards and 13 TDs his junior season . . . caught 100 passes for 1,806 yards and 20 touchdowns during his career . . . was chosen to participate in the Oil Bowl game . . . also earned four letters in track . . . high school football coach was Dan Cocannouer.
Personal -- Enjoys playing video games . . . his favorite NFL player is receiver Peter Warrick . . . the Cincinnati Bengals is his favorite NFL team . . . "Fresh Prince" is his favorite TV show . . . the most memorable place he has visited is Puerto Rico . . . if he were forced to give up all his possessions but one, he would keep his Bible . . . parents are Roland and Lourdes Garrett . . . a communication major . . . born November 12, 1984 in San Diego, California.
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