|Ht./Wt.:||6-1, 180 lbs|
|Years:||2009 - 2011|
Sophomore wide receiver who will compete for a starting spot in 2011...changed his jersey from #7 to #11 prior to the 2011 season...tied for fourth on the team in power index (35.5") and broad jump (10'0").
2010: Had 19 catches for 187 yards and seven yards on four carries in 318 snaps over 12 games (three starts)...had four catches of at least 20 yards...had at least one catch in nine games...had four receptions for 43 yards at Boston College; he had a 29-yard catch...had three catches for 33 yards against #23 N.C. State...had three catches for 21 yards in 61 snaps at Florida State...missed the Wake Forest game due to an injury.
Before Clemson: Rated as the #75 player in the Rivals.com 100...#91 player in the nation by PrepStar...#75 player and #9 wideout in the nation by ESPN.com...#10 wideout in the nation by Rivals.com and #25 wideout by Tom Lemming...#40 wideout in the nation by Scout.com...#8 player in the Midwest by SuperPrep...#16 wideout in the nation by SuperPrep...#91 player and #13 wideout in the nation by Athlon...#12 player in the ACC by Athlon...had 41 catches for 344 yards and one touchdown as a senior...had 31 catches for 720 yards and nine touchdowns as a junior...participated in the U.S. Army All-American game...first Tiger football signee from the state of Minnesota since 1968 (Pete Galuska)...his uncle Brett McNeal was a Hall of Famer at Western Kentucky...his uncle Melvin Moore played with the Minnesota Vikings...coached by Chris Ohm at Breck High School...recruited by Jeff Scott and Mike Dooley...chose Clemson over Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, Oklahoma, and Oregon...born Oct. 30, 1990...majoring in communication studies.
*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide
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