Tulsa-- A returning letterwinner . . . transferred from Chaffey College prior to the 2005 season . . . 2005 -- Played in all 12 games . . . started in nine games . . . saw his first collegiate start against North Texas . . . ranked fifth on the team in receiving . . . had 22 receptions for 236 yards and two touchdowns . . . led Tulsa in punt returns with 11 returns for 102 yards . . . had a six-yard touchdown reception vs. UTEP . . . had six catches for 54 yards vs. Houston . . . had three receptions for 37 yards vs. North Texas, including a 32-yard TD . . . also had one KOR for 34 yards and three punt returns for 32 yards against North Texas . . . had three catches for a game-high 51 yards against Minnesota, including a season-long of 40 yards . . . Overall -- Has the ability to be one of the top receivers in Conference USA . . . has shown tremendous growth in all facets to become a complete receiver . . . can be a playmaker . . . possesses good quickness . . . has excellent speed and hands.
Junior College -- Played at Chaffey College in 2004 . . . was the second-leading receiver in the Foothill Conference with 54 receptions for 810 yards and six touchdowns . . . also led the conference in kickoff returns with 10 for 349 yards, with a season-long of 64 yards . . . received a three-star rating by Rivals.com . . . junior college coach was Carl Beach.
Previous College -- Red-shirted the 2002 season at UCLA . . . had four receptions in the 2003 season at UCLA for 92 yards, including two catches for 66 yards against USC.
High School -- Was a three-year letterwinner and starter at Eisenhower High School . . . played cornerback and quarterback . . . was a PrepStar All-America selection as a prep senior . . . ranked seventh in the nation by Rivals.com as an athlete . . . was ranked as the #25 defensive back in the nation by SuperPrep and the #25 wide receiver by Tom Lemming . . . was a four-star prospect by Rivals.com and the #16 athlete in the nation . . . was named to the Los Angeles Times All-Inland Empire team and the Region Back of the Year . . . earned second-team all-state and first-team all-county and all-league merits his senior season . . . threw for 1,341 yards and nine TDs, while rushing for 307 yards and six touchdowns his senior season . . . passed for 1,843 yards and 20 touchdowns as a junior, and rushed for 410 yards and four TDs . . . high school coach was Tom Hank.
Personal -- Favorite TV show is "Martin" . . . his favorite NFL player is Santana Moss . . . lists Gary Payton of the NBA's Miami Heat as his favorite professional athlete . . . the three words he uses to best describe himself are "intelligent, handsome and confident" . . . if he were forced to give up all his possessions but one, he would keep pictures of his family . . . the favorite stadium in which he's played is the Rose Bowl . . . majoring in communication . . . born April 28, 1984. (pronunciation . . . E - drease)
Moss' Career Statistics Receiving G Rec Yds Avg TD Long 2005 (Jr) 13 22 236 10.7 2 40
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