Second-year Montana State transfer earned First Team All-NEC honors last season as the Dukes' top receiver.
as a junior (2012):
Started all 11 games after sitting out a season following his transfer from Montana State ... led the team with 57 catches for 865 yards and seven touchdowns ... posted his first career 100-yard game with a season-high 113 yards, including a three yard second quarter TD, at Valparaiso ... had a season-high eight catches for 84 yards at Bryant and tied that mark with eight more receptions for 90 yards against Monmouth ... had at least 60 yards receiving in DU's last 10 games ... caught at least two passes in every game ... posted touchdown catches of 44 and 12 yards against Sacred Heart ... the 44-yarder gave the Dukes a 14-3 lead with seven seconds left in the first half ... had a season-long 48-yard reception against Saint Francis ... caught five passes of 40 or more yards.
as a sophomore at Montana State (2010)
Played in four games ... caught one pass - good for a 27-yard score - in a 59-10 win over Division II Fort Lewis College.
as a freshman at Montana State (2009)
Suffered a knee injury during fall camp which sidelined him for the season.
Caught 58 passes for 1,004 yards and 18 touchdowns as a senior at Marist High School ... his late father, Randy, played football and ran track at Linfield College in McMinnville, Ore. ... his cousin, Felton Payton, played football at Troy ... major: management ... date of birth: 1/5/91 in Seattle, Wash.