|High School:||Melbourne Central HS|
2015 (Redshirt Senior): Made first start of career in season opener vs. Bethune-Cookman (Sept. 5) and recorded six catches for 100 yards...Totaled 100 yards for the second time in career, and added 16-yard touchdown catch in second quarter...Recorded 22 yards on three catches in start vs. FAU (Sept. 11)...Led team with career-high nine catches and 151 yards in start vs. Nebraska (Sept. 19)...Performance vs. Cornhuskers marked third 100-yard game of career and second-best output.
2014 (Senior): Did not see any action due to injury, redshirted to retain eligibility.
2013 (Junior): Played in four games ... Recorded three catches for 38 yards ... Made season debut in win over FAU, finishing with two catches for 28 yards ... Had season-long 26-yard catch ... Added 10-yard reception in road loss at Duke ... Earned letter.2012 (Sophomore): Played in nine games, missing final three games ... Finished as team's second-leading receiver with 512 yards and 3 TDs on 35 catches ... Had multiple catches in all 9 games played ... Recorded 39 yards on four catches in road loss at Kansas State ... Added 48 yards and three catches in OT win at Georgia Tech ... Posted career-high 180 yards and 2 TDs on six catches in win over NC State ... Tied career high with six catches for 72 yards in loss to North Carolina ... Third TD of season came in loss to Florida State ... Had 50 yards on three catches vs. Virginia Tech ... Earned letter.
2011 (True Freshman): Saw action in six games before suffering season-ending injury ... Recorded lone catch of season against Kansas State ... Earned letter.
High School: Three-star prospect according to ESPNU and Rivals.com ... Posted 845 receiving yards, rushed for 945 yards, and threw for 565 yards accounting for 31 total touchdowns as senior ... Had three interceptions and returned two fumbles for touchdowns as safety ... Caught 45 balls for 901 yards and 12 scores as junior ... Runs 4.5 40-yard dash ... Very athletic with good blend of size, speed and strength ... Coached by Mike Riazzi ... Also played basketball and ran track ... Chose Miami over West Virginia, Michigan State and USF among other schools with more than 20 scholarship offers.
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