2007: Led the team in receiving with 49 catches for 766 yards (both were team highs) ... finished career ranked sixth in UW history with 122 career receptions and ranked fifth in Husky lore with 1,944 career receiving yards ... 766 yards during senior season ranked as 15th-most in Husky history ... started all 13 games ... earned All-Pac-10 honorable mention ... posted five touchdowns ... named a season captain ... also returned punts, compiling 222 yards on 22 punt returns ... ranked fourth in the Pac-10 in punt returns ... finished career having made a catch in 37 consecutive games ... new career-highs in receptions (5), yards (106) and touchdowns (2) at UCLA ... scored on receptions of 20 and 63 yards vs. Bruins ... new career high with 127 yards on 5 receptions vs. Oregon, including an 83-yards TD ... five catches for 71 yards at Stanford ... four receptions for 83 yards and a 41-yare score at Oregon State ... five receptions for 101 yards vs. Washington State ... five receptions for 49 yards at Syracuse ... 4-for-37 vs. Boise State ... 4-for-48 with a 23-yard TD vs. Ohio State ... named team's offensive MVP after the Boise State and UCLA games.
2006: Second on the team in receiving with 32 catches for 552 yards, an average of 17.2 yards per catch ... started all 12 of the Huskies' 12 games at one wide receiver spot ... set a season high for receptions in the season opener vs. San Jose State, with five catches for 43 yards ... caught three passes for a season-best 91 yards at Cal, when he had a 49-yard touchdown reception ... also scored the following game vs. Arizona State on a 41-yard catch from fellow receiver Sonny Shackelford ... three receptions for 70 yards, including a 51-yarder, at Oklahoma ... four catches for 34 yards vs. Fresno State ... four catches for 85 yards, with one for 56 yards, vs. Oregon State ... three receptions for 41 yards at Oregon ... won the UW's Pepsi Player of the Week Award after the Cal game.
2005: Started all 11 games at wide receiver in 2005 ... caught 30 passes for 487 yards -- third most on the team -- and one TD ... also had four rushing attempts for 16 yards and returned six punts for 11 yards ... set career high for receptions (5) vs. Air Force and Arizona ... recorded three catches for 50 yards, including a 26-yard TD, at Oregon ... caught two passes for a career-high 95 yards at Arizona State.
2004: Led all Huskies in punt and kickoff returns ... played in every game except Cal (injury) ... had first start vs. San Jose State ... used primarily as a slot receiver ... caught two passes for nine yards vs. Fresno State ... caught a 13-yard touchdown pass vs. UCLA ... had one reception, four punt returns and three kick returns vs. Notre Dame.
2003: Redshirted the season.
High School and Personal: Parents are Vincent and Theresa ... first team all-Seamount league as both a running back and kick returner following his junior year ... earned all-league honors at wide receiver as a senior ... helped team to a 12-1 record and the semifinals of the state 3A championship in 2002... listed as a "Red Chip" recruit by the Seattle Times ... honorable mention selection to the Tacoma News Tribune's 2003 Northwest Nuggets team ... selected by the Tacoma News Tribune for its Western 100 Team ... rated the No. 7 player in Washington by SuperPrep ... rushed for 683 yards as a senior ... had 19 receptions for 331 yards and five touchdowns in 2002.