Wide Receiver
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 175
Year: Senior
Hometown: Inman, S.C.
High School: Chapman HS


2017: Second team All-Big South selection...first PC wide receiver to earn back-to-back All-Conference honors since Tobi Antigha earned back-to-back honors in 2013-14...played in all 11 games, making eight starts...led the team in receiving for the second straight season, totaling 41 receptions for 490 yards with three touchdowns, the most TDs by a PC receiver since 2013...first PC wideout with back-to-back 40-reception seasons since Antigha did so in 2013-14...recorded season-highs at Monmouth with six receptions for 97 yards, most by a PC receiver in 2017, with two touchdowns, the first PC wideout with a multiple touchdowns since 2014...caught at least four passes in each of the last the eight games...also found the endzone against Liberty...totaled 12 punts returns for 78 yards on the year...season-high 26 punt return yards against Charleston Southern on two returns...also recorded four kickoff returns for 72 yards, led by two for 32 yards against Wake Forest...rushed for 102 yards on 14 carries this season with a touchdown...highlighted by 59 yards and a touchdown on two carries against Cumberland...finished fourth in the Big South in receptions, eighth in receiving yards and eighth in receiving touchdowns

2016: Second team All-Big South selection…first PC wide receiver to earn All-Conference honor since 2014 and just fourth different receiver to be named All-Big South since PC joined the league…played in all 11 games and made nine starts at wideout…led the team with 42 receptions for 455 receiving yards, an average of 10.8 yards per catch, and a touchdown…also rushed 11 times for 38 yards…returned 21 kickoffs for 465 yards, an average of 22.1 yards per return, all team highs…led the team in all-purpose yardage with 975, an average of 88.6 all-purpose yards per game…his 42 receptions are tied for ninth most in a single-season in PC’s Division I era and were the most by a PC player since 2014…ranked fourth in the Big South in receptions…his 455 receiving yards are also the most since 2014 and came up just shy of the top 10 in PC’s Division I era for a single season…recorded a standout performance against Florida Tech, catching a Division I era school-record-tying and conference-leading 12 passes for a career-high 129 yards…the 129 receiving yards ranked ninth in PC’s Division I history and was the most by a PC receiver since 2013…added four kickoff returns for 81 yards against FIT, giving him 210 all-purpose yards against the Panthers, good for fourth-most in a single game in PC’s Division I era…caught seven passes for 89 yards and a touchdown in PC’s win over Monmouth…had six catches for 75 yards against Liberty…caught at least one pass in every game…on the receiving end of the longest pass play of the season, a 48-yarder from Ben Cheek against Liberty…career-long 67-yard kickoff return in the win at Campbell, third-longest in PC’s Division I era…ranked eighth in the Big South in all-purpose yards and recorded the eighth-most all-purpose yards in a season in PC’s Division I era…ranked fourth in the Big South in kick return yards and fifth in kick return average…his kick return average of 22.1 is the fourth-best in PC’s Division I era and his 465 kick return yards rank sixth in the school’s D1 period

2015: Played in all 11 games, making three starts at wide receiver…recorded nine receptions for 82 yards and two of PC’s three passing touchdowns in his rookie season…caught a pass in six games…recorded career highs with four receptions for 44 receiving yards against Monmouth…caught touchdown passes against Western Carolina and Monmouth...led the team with 12 punt returns for 119 yards, an average of 9.9 yards per return...also returned 12 kicks for 191 yards, an 15.9 yards per return...carried the ball five times for one yard, including a long of six yards

High School: Earned All-State honors as a wide receiver at Chapman High School...invited to the North-South All-Star Game...caught 83 passes as a senior for 1,247 yards and 13 touchdowns...set school records with 218 catches and 3,573 receiving yards for his career, as well as hauling in 35 career touchdowns...an honor roll student who boasted a nearly 4.00 GPA

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