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6-0 / 200
COLLEGE: Seeking medical redshirt ... Played in two games last season before suffering season-ending shoulder surgery ... Returned 8 kickoffs for 144 yards (18.0 avg.) with long of 38 and 3 punts for 20 yards (6.7 avg.) with long of 13 ... One letter ... Transfer from University of Oregon ... Lettered in 2004 and 2005 for Ducks ... In 2004 as true freshman, credited with 1 tackle and 1 reception for 3 yards ... Recovered fumble in end zone for touchdown in 31-27 victory over Michigan.
HIGH SCHOOL: Named Seattle Times Class 4A State Player of the Year as senior at Capital High School ... Also Narrows League Bay Division MVP and first-team Daily Olympian and Tacoma News Tribune all-Area selection, all for second straight year ... Named one of seven "Northwest Nuggets" by Tacoma News Tribune, finishing season with 2,700 all-purpose yards and 27 touchdowns ... Ran for 1,007 yards and caught 51 passes for 889 yards on offense and intercepted 7 passes on defense ... Ranked as national Three-Star recruit and 57th best safety prospect by theInsiders.com and named All-American wide receiver by PrepStar Magazine ... Picked by SuperPrep Magazine as All-America wide receiver and third-highest overall prospect in state in terms of athletic and academic excellence ... Helped Cougars to 9-3 record and title game of state playoffs ... Daily Olympian Player of the Year as junior ..... Started two years and lettered three ... Also earned two letters in basketball and one in track ... Set school record of 10.73 in 100 meters.
PERSONAL: Major is education ... Besides Oregon, also received scholarship offers to attend Louisiana Tech, Northwestern, Oregon State and Washington ... Competed this summer as running back on semi-pro Whatcom Raiders, helping squad to 10-0 record and Cascade Football League championship, being the league's second-leading rusher ... His sister, Breanne, plays volleyball at University of Tennessee-Martin ... He and fiance' Jessica have daughter, Gracie 2.