Washington: Moved from defensive back to wide receiver during spring drills ... worked as a student assistant in the football office while sitting out the 2000 season and spring of 2001. 2001: Returned from one-year injury absence in practices leading up to Huskiesí 53-3 rout of Idaho ... saw first game action of 2001 in 31-28 win at Cal ... appeared in final 10 games, including Holiday Bowl, mostly on special teams ... saw action on defense in Husky losses to UCLA and Miami, and in Holiday Bowl against Texas ... was not credited with a tackle during the season. 2000: Missed the 2000 season due to a series of concussions. 1999: Sat out 1999 season after transferring from Air Force.
Air Force: 1998: Redshirted the 1998 season to preserve a year of eligibility ... transferred to Washington in the spring of 1999.
High School and Personal: Born Dec. 23, 1979 ... parents are Elise, a teacher, and Zip, a business owner ... has an older brother, Leif ... was a three-year starter at Seattle's Shorecrest High School ... caught 11 passes for 216 yards and three touchdowns in 1997 win over Mariner ... set WesCo Conference single-game records for yards and receptions in a game ... earned all-league honors at cornerback and wide receiver in each of his last two prep seasons ... was Highlanders' Offensive Player of the Year in 1996 and 1997 ... a competitive skier, competed for the U.S. at the Junior Olympics ... also lettered in track ... a communications major.