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WR, Penn St.
1996- Five 100 yd. games in receiving...10th on the schools receiving charts...11 games with 10 starts...2nd best among the nations top 50 receivers...ranked 4th on the team in scoring...1995- Played as backup receiver...played in the outback bowl...1994- Split time at receiver and punter...appeared in all but one game...Played in the Rose Bowl...1993- Redshirt...
Captain of Mentor Lake Catholic High School (Ohio)...consecutive state championships...three year starter...Parade all-American...Division III Player of the year in Ohio...three time all-state, all-north coast, all-metro, all-city...all-american honors by Street & Smith, Scholastic coach, and Super Prep...three year starter point guard on basketball team...
Majoring in Human Development and Family Studies at Penn State...
1996- 41/869 rec...4 TD...1995- 13-199 rec...1 TD...1994- 1-9 rec...0 TD...Totals: 55-1077 rec...5 TD.
Although he was suspended for Penn St.’s bowl game (academics), he is still an interesting guy in this draft.. He is a very big and physical wide receiver, and turned into a big play/big game type guy in his Sr. year. He is excellent in the red zone. He will make the tough catch in traffic, and he has solid overall receiving skills. What he does lack is great quickness and speed, and he is not a real nifty guy. He almost plays more like and H-back or TE, but may not have the ability to get real big. He is a perfect fit in today’s NFL game as a big physical, possession WR that will be a mis-match against smaller DCs, and can also dominate in the red zone. If his quickness and speed are at least adequate, he will be a real consideration on day one in this draft.