Tulsa –– A three-year letterwinner . . . has played in all 36 games since coming to Tulsa . . . has started eight career games . . . has 53 career receptions for 542 yards and two touchdowns, while rushing for 293 career yards as well . . . has returned 52 punts for 488 yards and a 9.4 average per return . . . 2003 –– Played in all 13 games, and started four games . . . was fourth on the team in receiving with 28 receptions for 277 yards . . . also rushed for 222 yards for a 6.7 average per carry . . . led the team in punt returns for the second straight season with 28 returns for 296 yards, one TD and a 10.6 average . . . ranked fourth in the WAC and 39th nationally in punt returns . . . had a TD rushing, receiving and on a punt return . . . had his first career rushing TD with a 15-yarder vs. Hawaii . . . had his first career punt return for a TD with a 41-yarder vs. Arkansas State . . . scored the game-winning TD on a 31-yard reception vs. Rice . . . went over 100 all-purpose yards in two of the final four games . . . had 111 all-purpose yards vs. Louisiana Tech and 114 yards against Rice . . . caught season-highs of five passes for 58 yards against Louisiana Tech . . . 2002 –– Played in all 12 games and started three contests . . . played receiver and returned punts . . . was in the starting lineup against Kansas, Fresno State and San Jose State . . . was an honorable mention all-WAC selection as a punt returner . . . tallied 323 all-purpose yards for a 27.1 average per game . . . caught 12 passes for 148 yards and one touchdown . . . had two receptions for 81 yards against Baylor, including a 78-yard catch for a touchdown . . . his second-longest pass reception was 24 yards against Kansas . . . had three catches for 14 yards against UTEP . . . had 112 yards on 16 punt returns . . . had a season-long 22-yard return against Kansas and San Jose State . . . also rushed for 65 yards on nine carries for a 7.2 average per carry . . . 2001 –– Was one of 13 true freshman to earn a letter . . . played in all 11 games . . . was in the starting lineup against New Mexico State . . . caught 13 passes for 117 yards . . . had a season-long of 21 yards against SMU . . . was the team-leader in kickoff returns with 20 returns for 379 yards and a 19.0 average . . . also returned eight punts for 80 yards . . . had three receptions for 39 yards against Indiana State . . . totaled 37 yards on three catches vs. New Mexico State . . . had a team-high 52-yard kickoff return against Boise State . . . had a team-best 42-yard punt return vs. Rice . . . Overall –– Has great quickness and speed . . . an exciting player who is explosive when he has the ball in his hands . . . a playmaker . . . a great athlete . . . a shifty player . . . has a knack for making something happen with the ball . . . provides leadership.
High School –– Was a three-year letterwinner at Vinita High School . . . started three years on both offense and defense . . . started at quarterback and in the defensive secondary . . . led his team in rushing yards (895), touchdowns (18) and interceptions (4) . . . also caught 18 passes for 180 yards . . . completed 23-of-59 passes for 645 yards and six TDs as a senior . . . also returned eight kickoffs for 238 yards and one TD, and 14 punts for 161 yards . . . totaled 70 tackles, five interceptions and two fumble recoveries his senior season . . . was a Tulsa World all-state performer as a senior . . . named honorable mention all-state by the Daily Oklahoman . . . named the District 3A-3 MVP and the Verdigris Valley Conference MVP as a senior . . . named to the Oklahoma Coaches Association all-state team . . . listed among Max Emfinger's Oklahoma Super Top 30 senior prospects (28th) . . . was a preseason SuperPrep magazine all-Midlands region selection . . . as a junior, totaled 390 rushing yards and nine TDs, 134 receiving yards and two touchdowns on 10 catches and returned 14 kicks for 533 yards and two TDs . . . collected 77 tackles and five interceptions his junior season as well . . . also lettered four years in track and basketball . . . was the Class 3A state champion in the 400m dash as a junior with a time of 49.2 . . . was an all-district and all-conference selection in basketball . . . high school coach was Allen Forrest.
Personal –– Favorite NFL player is Dante Hall . . . his favorite athlete is former NBA star Michael Jordan . . . favorite book is the Harry Potter series . . . favorite local restaurant is Cheddars . . . if he could play a role in any movie, it would be Neo in the Matrix . . . a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes . . . majoring in marketing . . . born March 24, 1982.
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