As a junior (2002): Caught 41 passes for 442 yards and three touchdowns as the Dukes' No. 3 wideout ... started the two games DU began with a four wide receiver set (at St. Peter's and at Canisius) ... caught at least one pass in every game, including a season-high seven grabs for 49 yards at Canisius ... also caught six passes for a season-high 80 yards in DU's 23-22 win over Lafayette ... caught a pair of touchdown passes vs. Iona (7, 6) ... added a 15-yard TD reception vs. Fairfield ... also served as DU's punt returner ... handled 49 punts for 294 yards with a long return of 21 yards vs. Marist
As a sophomore (2001): Finished third on the team with 21 catches for 313 yards and a touchdown ... posted the second 100-yard game of his career in his second career start with six catches for 101 yards at Butler ... caught a career-long 67-yard TD vs. the Bulldogs ... hauled in four passes for 66 yards vs. Dayton and added four more catches for 46 yards at Marist
As a freshman (2000): Stepped up to fill the void left by Jeremy Conley who was lost for the year with an injury in the first game of the season ... played in nine of 11 games ... posted seven catches for 56 yards in the first two games of the season before breaking a bone in his wrist during his first career start at La Salle ... missed the next two games before returning at Bucknell ... had his best outing of the season vs. Iona with 113 yards on four catches, including a 62-yard catchand- run from QB Tony Zimmerman ... added a 31-yard TD reception at St. Peter's and six catches for 98 yards in his second career start vs. Lafayette ... finished the year third on the team with 27 catches for 447 yards and one score
Personal: Earned a spot on the DU Director of Athletics Honor Roll (2001) ... full name is Randolph Phillip Vulakovich ... major: finance ... date of birth: 5/23/81.