2010: Saw action in the regular-season Nebraska game.
2009: Made the switch from wide receiver to cornerback in the middle of the 2009 season ... saw action in a total of five games, all on special teams: at Arizona State, at UCLA, at Oregon State, vs. Washington State and vs. California.
2008: Originally a part of the fall, 2007, recruiting class, but delayed enrollment until January of 2008 ... redshirted his true freshman season (2008) ... named the UW's offensive scout team player of the week after the Washington State game.
HIGH SCHOOL & PERSONAL: Played in the Offense-Defensive All-America Bowl in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., following his senior season and was named MVP of the West team after catching two passes for 77 yards and a touchdown ... as a senior, caught 53 passes for 790 yards and seven touchdowns ... also scored two rushing touchdowns and two more on returns ... led Cavaliers to 8-2 overall record and 4-1 Del Rey League mark in 2006 ... advanced to the second round of the CIF Southern Section Northwest Division playoffs ... a member of Rivals' top 250 players in the nation, listed as an "athlete" ... a PrepStar All-America selection ... named the nation's No. 24 wide receiver and No. 2 receiver in California by SuperPrep ... named to CalHiSports all-state first team for medium-sized schools ... received votes in the prestigious Long Beach Press-Telegram's "Best in the West" poll ... named to the "Western 100" by the Tacoma News-Tribune ... helped Cavaliers to a 7-5 overall record and a 4-1 league mark as a junior in 2005 ... as a junior, caught 23 passes for 467 yards and five touchdowns, earning all-region, all-league and all-CIF honors ... has seen time as a running back, quarterback and defensive back ... ranked the No. 12 recruit (all positions) in California and the No. 6 "athlete" recruit in the country by Rivals ... ranked as the No. 18 wide receiver recruit in the nation and also the No. 18 overall prospect in the state of California by Scout ... coached by Scott Altenberg at Serra.