Washington: Has earned three letters ... has not redshirted a season ... began his career as a slotback ... possesses good size and strength. 2000: The Huskies’ leading receiver with 47 catches for 683 yards and three touchdowns ... eighth in the Pac-10 with 4.27 receptions per game ... the only Husky wideout returning in 2000 who caught a pass in 1999 ... was only Husky wideout to start every game ... caught a pass in every game in 2000, and has now done so in 18 consecutive games dating back to October of 1999 ... reception total tied for eighth all-time in a single season by a UW receiver ... first or tied for first in receptions in six games in 2000 ... started Huskies’ 34-24 Rose Bowl win over Purdue, despite a completely torn medial collateral ligament (MCL) in his right knee suffered in practice the week prior ... finished with four receptions for 24 yards, including a leaping eight-yard TD reception in the fourth quarter that was the game-winner ... caught four or more passes in a game nine times, including the Rose Bowl ... was named Huskies’ offensive MVP in 34-29 win over No. 4 Miami ... caught two passes for 61 yards in the game, both on the same drive, to set up Marques Tuiasosopo’s 12-yard TD rush that put Washington up 14-3 ... 104 yards vs. Idaho was a career best ... set a new career high in receptions with seven in Huskies’ 33-30 win over Oregon State ... caught game-winning touchdown pass in Huskies’ 35-28 win over UCLA ... made crucial 27-yard reception in the final minute on Huskies’ game-winning 3-play, 80-yard drive to beat Stanford 31-28 ... shared coaches’ weekly offensive MVP honors for his performance against the Cardinal ... racked up six catches for 85 yards - including a key 25-yard third-down reception on Huskies’ game-winning drive - in 35-32 victory over Arizona ... was quarterback Marques Tuiasosopo’s favorite third-down target, being thrown to 22 times of 78 total third-down pass attempts, nearly twice as often as any other player ... earned the postseason Coaches’ Award for outstanding contribution to the team. 1999: Drew the starting nod against Air Force, Stanford and Arizona … backup to Chris Juergens at split end … had 11 catches for 234 yards … caught touchdown passes vs. BYU and California … his 83-yard TD catch vs. California ranks as the second-longest catch in school history … finished with career high 95 yards vs. Golden Bears … caught two passes in games against Air Force, California, Stanford and Washington State ... had three receptions for 17 yards vs. Kansas State in the Holiday Bowl … named as a co-recipient of the KING-TV Most Improved Offensive Player. 1998: One of eight true freshmen to play ... backup to Gerald Harris at split end ... had two catches during the season ... caught a nine-yard pass vs. Arizona State in season opener ... had a six-yard reception vs. Arizona ... appeared in a total of 10 games ... started in three-receiver set for BYU and Arizona games ... caught one pass for 13 yards in O'ahu Bowl.
High School and Personal: Hails from the same high school as former UW quarterbacks Billy Joe Hobert, Damon and Brock Huard and wide receiver Dane Looker ... born Dec. 26, 1979 in Tacoma ... parents are Deborah and Gary ... has an older sister, Britt ... helped to lead Puyallup to a 12-1 record in 1997 ... team lost in semifinals of state championships ... caught 52 passes for 978 yards as a senior ... totaled 18 touchdown receptions ... rated as ninth best receiver in the west by Prep Star ... career touchdown reception total of 31 is fifth best in state history ... also played safety and was team punter ... was a two-time All-South Puget Sound League pick ... reached the state finals in 100 meters in 1997 high school track championships where he finished eighth ... named to Tacoma News Tribune’s "Northwest Nuggets" and "Western 100" teams ... voted the TNT’s area Player of the Year ... earned varsity letters for basketball and track ... was coached in high school by Mike Huard ... majoring in psychology.
Receiving Year G-S Rec. Yds. Avg. TD LG 1998 10-2 2 15 7.5 0 9 1999 11-3 11 234 21.3 2 83 2000 11-11 47 683 14.5 3 43 Tot. 32-16 60 932 15.5 5 83Career Highs
Receptions: 7 vs. Oregon State, 2000
Reception Yards: 104 vs. Idaho, 2000
Longest Reception:83 yards vs. California, 1999
Longest TD Reception: 83 yards vs. California, 1999