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2014: Played in the first eight games of the year, with seven starts at wideout, before missing the final four with a hand injury ... Totaled 23 receptions for 190 yards (8.3 yards per catch) in first season of action with the Wildcats ... Also had 10 kickoff returns for 198 yards ... Caught career-high six passes for personal-best 60 yards at Minnesota ... Scored on a 16-yard reverse run against Wisconsin ... Against Penn State, recorded a 42-yard first-quarter punt return on his first attempt of the season ... Caught two passes for 18 yards against the Nittany Lions ... Five catches for 37 yards against Northern Illinois ... Two grabs for 27 yards in his NU debut vs. Cal ... Named NU's Special Teams Player of the Week against Penn State.
2013: Sat out the season after transferring to Northwestern following two years at Rutgers University in his native New Jersey ... Twice was named NU's Offensive Practice Player of the Week after helping the Wildcats in their preparation for Ohio State and Nebraska.
Prior to Northwestern: Played in 20 games for the Scarlet Knights during the 2011 and 2012 seasons, catching six passes for 42 yards and adding one punt return for 23 yards ... Arrived at Rutgers as a four-star recruit and ranked the No. 16 wide receiver nationally in his class ... Three-year starter at quarterback, cornerback and safety at Long Branch High School ... 2011 U.S. Army All-America game participant ... New Jersey state champion in the 100-meter dash and indoor 55-meter dash for Long Branch track team, recording the second-fastest 55-meter time in the nation for a high school sprinter as a junior.