2009: One of a handful of players who has not expended a redshirt season...captured the starting X receiver spot by out working his teammates...concluded the year by playing in 12 games with 10 starts and was first among wide receivers with 38 receptions and 501 yards...will return for his senior campaign and the leading receiver...recorded a reception in every game...grabbed a game-high five passes against ULM and Troy...season-high 62 yards with four catches was against Louisiana...recorded four touchdowns the first against North Texas followed by one at Louisiana and two versus Western Kentucky for a personal game-high TD mark....returned kicks the final two games of the season...had two returns and a personal best of 31 yards at FIU...garnered the team Most Improved at the season ending banquet.
Motor City Bowl: Traveled with the team and saw action.
2008: Played in every game...recorded 25 receptions on the season...season game-high was at Minnesota with 61 yards on six catches...added 51 yards in the UAB game and had his season-long reception of 31 yards...posted a 12-yard carry versus North Texas and a tackle assists against Arkansas State and a solo tackle at Middle Tennessee...scored two touchdowns both versus UAB.
New Orleans Bowl: Recorded four receptions for a total of 73 yards, his longest was a 30-yard catch.
2007: Joined the team in January to get a head start on the incoming freshmen and gain an extra semester of experience prior to his freshman season...played in every game with his career best game coming just three games in versus Minnesota...had four receptions for 83 yards and his first collegiate touchdown...next time he recorded four receptions was in the bowl game...had five games with 20+ yards.
High School: As a senior, played for Nigel Dunn at Miami Norland Senior High School, where he recorded 26 catches for 501 yards and seven touchdowns...earned All-County honors and played in the Dade County North versus South All-Star Game...prior to senior season, he played at North Carolina Tech under head coach Cornelius Corprew.
Personal: Sociology major...son of Yollette Posy and Lesly Jean...born Feb. 5, 1988, in Miami, FL.
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