Washington: One of the top pass receivers in the Pac-10 Conference ... hard-nosed player with very good hands ... walked on to the Husky program in 1996 after playing basketball for two years at Western Washington ... high school receiver of former UW quarterback Brock Huard.1998: Transfer from Western Washington where he played basketball for two years ... turned out to be Washington’s top receiver ... ranked third in the Pac-10 with 6.4 receptions per game ... ranked 15th nationally in that category ... honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection ... was Washington’s leading receiver with 64 catches for 662 yards ... tied a school record with 11 catches in season-opening win at Arizona State ... broke the school record with 12 grabs at USC ... that total figured as the fourth best mark in the Pac-10 ... his 11-catch effort vs. the Sun Devils was the fifth best total ... only California's Dameane Douglas had more catches in a game among all other Pac-10 players ... had five or more receptions in six games this season ... had two 100-yard receiving games (Arizona State and Utah State) ... also had 100 yards on eight catches vs. Air Force in Oahu Bowl ... scored two of his five touchdowns in season-opening win at ASU ... was one of three Husky players to record a two-touchdown game during the season ... caught 27-yard score in Apple Cup ... named the winner of the KOMO-TV Back of the Year at annual team banquet. 1997: Redshirted the season after transferring from Western Washington ... named the offensive backup player of the week for his practice efforts prior to the California and Oregon games.
Western Washington University: Did not play football ... played two years of basketball ... started at guard as a sophomore.
High School and Personal: Born May 5, 1976 ... parents are Dan and Connie ... has two brothers, Ky and Jesse ... high school classmate of current UW quarterback Brock Huard ... aSeattle Post-Intelligencer, Associated Press, and Tacoma News-Tribune all-state selection... also named to theTacoma News-Tribune ‘s “All-Area” first team... a first team All-South Puget Sound League selection ... totaled 50 receptions for 916 yards and 18 touchdowns in his senior campaign ... had 10 receptions for 212 yards and 5 tds in a 42-7 win over Rogers ... coached in high school by Mike Huard ... also won two varsity letters in basketball ... graduated with a 3.7 GPA ... a speech communications major.
Year G-S Rec. Yds. Avg. TD LG 1998 10-6 64 662 10.3 5 51
Receptions: 12 vs. USC, 1998
Reception Yards: 100 yards vs. Utah State & Air Force (O'ahu Bowl), 1998
Longest Reception: 51 yards vs. Utah State, 1998
Longest TD Reception: 27 yards vs. Washington State, 1998