2017 (Senior): Was one of three finalists for the prestigious Biletnikoff Award, given annually to the nation's most outstanding receiver, and named just the fourth consensus All-American in school history... Started all 13 games, recording a school-record 100 catches for 1,413 yards and seven touchdowns... Named midseason second-team All-America by the Associated Press... Listed as Pro Football Focus' top-rated wide receiver in the country on its midseason All-America Watch... Entered bowl season ranked third in the country in receptions per game (7.8) and fifth in receiving yards per game (112.1)... Leads the Mountain West in receiving yards and receptions... Recorded more than 100 receiving yards in 11 of his final 18 games, dating back to 2016... Is one of two players in the country with multiple 200-yard receiving games this season and was the first player in FBS to eclipse 1,000 receiving yards on the year.
2016 (Junior): Named first-team All-Mountain West by vote of coaches and media... named to Phil Steele's All-MW first team... played in all 13 games and started 11, recording 76 catches for 1,272 yards and 14 touchdowns... his 14 receiving touchdowns rank second in CSU history and 8th in FBS this season... His 76 receptions and 1,272 receiving yards both rank fifth in CSU single-season history... his 1,272 receiving yards ranked 14th in the country and tied for first in the Mountain West... averaged 128 receiving yards per game in his last eight outings, including 140.4 receiving yards per game in his final five games... scored a touchdown in eight consecutive games to end the season, with 12 of his 14 touchdowns coming in that span... scored six touchdowns in the final two games of the season... registered six 100-yard receiving games, including five in a row to end the season.
2014-15 (Butler County Community College): Played two seasons at Butler County Community College in El Dorado, Kan. Totaled 780 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns as a freshman in 2014. Led all Jayhawk Conference athletes for yards-per-catch average and ranked second for touchdowns. Had nine catches for 74 yards and one touchdown in four games in 2015, which was limited by an ankle injury. Helped the Grizzlies to a 10-2 mark in 2015, in addition to a No. 5 NJCAA ranking. Went to the same junior college as former Rams All-Mountain West tight end Steven Walker. Rated as a three-star recruit by 247 Sports and Rivals. Committed to CSU over reported offers from Kansas State, New Mexico, UNLV and South Alabama... Out of high school, held offers from Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina State and others.
High School: Is a 2014 graduate of Monroe High School in Monroe, Ga. ... Head football coach was Matt Fligg...Earned 16 total varsity letters, including four each in football, baseball, basketball and track & field.
Personal: Born March 4, 1996 in Atlanta, Ga. ... Hometown is Monroe, Ga. ... Mother is Jenny Gallup... Majoring in liberal arts.