In 2010: Leader among active ACC players in career touchdown receptions with 15, he ranks fourth among returning league players in receptions (81) and fifth in receiving yards (1,051) ... Has 15 career touchdown receptions, tied as the fourth-best mark in school history.
In 2009: Pulled down 11 touchdowns for the year, that mark ties with Torry Holt as the third-best single-season tally in school history ... That mark led the ACC in 2009 ... Hauled in three touchdown catches at Florida State, that mark tied as the third-best in a single game in school history ... Thirty-six of his 45 catches came against ACC competition, that mark ranked ninth in the league ... Tied a career-high with seven catches in the wins over Maryland and North Carolina ... Had 107 yards against the Terrapins, a season best ... Had a pair of TDs in the Clemson and UNC games.
In 2008: Starting wide receiver in all 13 games, his 597 snaps from scrimmage are more than any other wideout ... Pulled in the longest reception of his career, a 55-yarder from Russell Wilson, in the win at North Carolina ... It was on a third-and-eight and set up the Pack's first TD in that rout ... Had nine receptions of over 20 yards in 2008, including two in the Papajohns.com Bowl ... Made seven grabs for 126 yards in the bowl game, career bests for catches and yards ... Hauled in a touchdown for his first reception of the year against William & Mary ... A fourth-team preseason All-ACC choice by Phil Steele's College Football Preview.
In 2007: Reserve wideout who saw action in all 12 games, he was in for 258 total snaps and pulled down eight catches.
In 2006: One of just two true freshmen to see action for the Wolfpack in 2006 ... Saw action in just one game - 10 snaps against Southern Miss ... Missed the rest of the season after suffering lower back problems.
Prep: Tallied 40 catches for 650 yards and scored 10 touchdowns as a senior ... Played safety and returned an interception 70 yards for a touchdown ... Second-team all-state as a senior and the district MVP ... No. 25 player in the state by the Orlando Sentinel ... Second-team All-Orange county in football as a junior ... Coached by Mike Cullison at Jones HS ... A standout basketball player as well, he was a first-team all-state selection as a junior on the hardwood ... Majoring in parks, recreation and tourism ... Born 10/15/87.