Washington: Slotted into starting flanker spot entering fall camp ... 1999 season will mark his fourth year in the program ... runs solid routes and a good pass catcher. 1998: Returned to the Husky lineup after missing the 1997 season due to a knee injury he suffered during two-a-day practices ... appeared in eight games during the season ... caught 25 passes totaling 257 yards ... had touchdown catches vs. Oregon and Oregon State ... suffered bruised kidney vs. Nebraska that made him miss the Arizona, Utah State and California games ... caught five passes for 38 yards vs. Air Force in Oahu Bowl. 1997: Suffered knee injury during preseason drills that kept him out of action all season ... entered the fall as No. 3 receiver. 1996: appeared in all 11 games and made starts vs. BYU and UCLA ... caught passes in three games ... first career reception was a 67-yard TD in opener at Arizona State ... that score sparked UW from a 42-21 deficit to tie the game in just four minutes ... recorded his second touchdown catch vs. Arizona ... both TD passes thrown by Brock Huard. 1995: Redshirted the season ... impressed coaches with his skills and was tried at both wide receiver and cornerback during fall drills ... was slowed due to a hand injury ... caught two passes for 23 yards in ’96 Spring Game ... had three kickoff returns for 45 yards in the intrasquad matchup.
High School and Personal: Born Sept. 23, 1977 ... caught 37 balls for 882 yards and 12 TDs as a senior ... also had five interceptions ... returned 16 punts for 160 yards and two TDs ... named to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer all-state team as a defensive back ...named the North Puget Sound League North Division defensive player of the year ... an all-league wide receiver and defensive back ... named to the Tacoma News-Tribune “All-Area” team as a defensive back ... plays basketball and runs track (hurdler) ... a sociology major.
Year G-S Rec. Yds. Avg. TD LG 1996 11-2 6 107 17.8 2 67t 1998 8-6 25 257 10.3 2 35 Totals 19-8 31 364 11.7 4 67