Tulsa -- A returning letterwinner . . . transferred to Tulsa prior to the 2006 campaign from Coahoma Community College in Mississippi . . . 2006 -- Played in 11 games . . . missed the missed the Rice and Utah games . . . caught six passes for 36 yards . . . his first career reception was a season-long 14-yard catch in the season opener against Stephen F. Austin . . . Overall -- A big and physical receiver . . . has the ability to utilize his size to get open . . . has good speed . . . needs to be a more consistent receiver . . . can pose a physical mismatch against a defender because of his size.
Junior College -- Started both seasons at Coahoma Community College . . . caught 48 passes for 876 yards and eight touchdowns as a sophomore . . . totaled 28 receptions for 512 yards and seven TDs his freshman season . . . earned first-team all-conference and all-state merits as a sophomore . . . junior college coach was Freeman Horton.
High School -- Was a three-year starter at Melrose (Tenn.) High School . . . had 41 receptions for 870 yards and 11 touchdowns his senior season . . . earned all-metro and all-state accolades as a prep senior . . . was the No. 7-ranked player in the state of Tennessee by the Memphis Commercial Appeal . . . was the 27th-ranked receiver in the nation by Rivals.com . . . high school coach was Kenny Ingram.
Personal -- Favorite NFL team is the Tennessee Titans . . . Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Johnson is his favorite NFL player . . . favorite TV show is "Martin" . . . favorite movie is Behind Enemy Lines . . . his favorite sport to play and watch besides football is basketball . . . parents are Anthony and Cynthia Kizer . . . majoring in communication.
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