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  • Sat., Dec. 10, 2016 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM CST Houston Super Bowl Host Committee Touchdown Tour

    The Touchdown Tour is the Houston Super Bowl Host Committee’s traveling celebration of
    football. It will travel all over Houston throughout the fall, raising awareness and excitement in
    the community for Super Bowl LI, which will be played at NRG Stadium on Feb. 5, 2017.
    The Touchdown Tour will have a wide variety of games, many exhibits, appearances, food and fun for
    people of all ages. The Tour will run from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at every stop on its tour around the
    city. Every stop on the Touchdown Tour is free to the public and everyone is encouraged to
    celebrate the city, football and Super Bowl LI with the Host Committee.

    Houston Texans Cheerleaders will be in attendance at each tour from 11am - 1pm, and TORO will be on occasion as well.

    Touchdown Tour Schedule Dates
    All events will be scheduled from 10A – 2P

    Date                            Location                                Address
    Oct. 8                          Mason Park                            75th and Tipps Houston, TX 77023
    Oct. 15                        Sylvester Turner Park             2800 West Little York Houston, TX 77091
    Oct. 22                        MacGregor Park                      5225 Calhoun, Houston, TX 77021
    Oct. 29                        Sunnyside Park                      3502 Bellfort, Houston, TX 77051
    Nov. 5                         Agnes Moffitt Park                  10645 Hammerly Houston, TX 77043
    Nov. 12                       Finnigan Park                         4900 Providence, Houston, TX 77020
    Nov. 19                       Kingwood High School             2701 Kingwood Drive, Kingwood, TX 77339
    Dec. 3                         Moody Park                            3725 Fulton, Houston, TX 77009

    Dec. 10                      Blueridge Park                         5600 Court Road Houston, TX 77053
    Jan. 7                        Burnett Bayland Park                6000 Chimney Rock Houston, TX 77081
    Jan. 14                      Alief Community Park               11903 Bellaire Blvd. Houston, TX 77072

  • Sat., Dec. 10, 2016 6:30 PM - 7:00 PM CST Texans Extra Points

    Tune into KTRK ABC 13 in Houston (or check local listings across Texas) each Saturday at 6:30 PM for this weekly in-season Houston Texans show that previews the upcoming Texans game in-depth with special guests and is hosted by Drew Dougherty from Texans TV.

    Broadcast Schedule - http://www.houstontexans.com/gameday/broadcasting/broadcast-network.html

  • Sat., Dec. 10, 2016 11:00 PM - 11:30 PM CST Texans Buzz

    Tune into KTRK ABC 13 in Houston (or check local listings across Texas) each Saturday during the regular season at 11 PM for this  show that goes 1-on-1 with Texans players to get to know them on a personal basis and is hosted by Voice of the Houston Texans Marc Vandermeer and Texans Insider Deepi Sidhu.

    Broadcast Schedule - http://www.houstontexans.com/gameday/broadcasting/broadcast-network.html

  • Sun., Dec. 11, 2016 10:35 PM - 11:05 PM CST Houston Texans Inside the Game Tune into KTRK ABC 13 in Houston (or check local listings across Texas) each Sunday at 10:35 PM for this in-season show that recaps each Houston Texans game in-depth with coverage and analysis from Greg Bailey and Spencer Tillman.
  • Tue., Dec. 13, 2016 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM CST Houston Super Bowl Host Committee Touchdown Tour

    The Touchdown Tour is the Houston Super Bowl Host Committee’s traveling celebration of
    football. It will travel all over Houston throughout the fall, raising awareness and excitement in
    the community for Super Bowl LI, which will be played at NRG Stadium on Feb. 5, 2017.
    The Touchdown Tour will have a wide variety of games, many exhibits, appearances, food and fun for
    people of all ages. The Tour will run from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at this stop on its tour around the
    city. Every stop on the Touchdown Tour is free to the public and everyone is encouraged to
    celebrate the city, football and Super Bowl LI with the Host Committee.

    Houston Texans Cheerleaders will be in attendance at this tour from 12pm - 1pm, as well as the Go Texan Express merchandise truck.  Stop by for Texans games and a chance to win great Texans prizes!

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    Houston, TX 77002

     

     
  • Tue., Dec. 13, 2016 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM CST Players Show Live from Fuddruckers

    Join Texans linebacker Whitney Mercilus from 6 PM – 7 PM at Fuddruckers (11445 Fountain Lake Dr, Stafford, TX 77477) for a live Texans Radio on SportsRadio 610 broadcast with Voice of the Texans, Marc Vandermeer, and special guests!

    Plus, all Houston area Fuddruckers will be feature a Buy One Texans Burger, Get One Free and $15 beer buckets every Tuesday during the season for fans showing up in their Texans gear, whether the Texans win or lose their previous game, so don't miss out!

    Then stay for Texans Live from 7-8 PM.  Lots of Texans prizes & giveaways!

  • Fri., Dec. 16, 2016 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM CST Texans Friday: Jack in the Box

    Friday, December 16
    Noon-1pm – Jack in the Box, 8767 South Main, Houston, TX

    Proudly wear your Texans gear to get a FREE Jumbo Jack for this hour at this location

    Houston Texans Cheerleaders signing autographs and taking pictures

    Jack in the Box is going to be giving away 4 tickets to a Houston Texans home game and two autograph items

    More info: http://www.houstontexans.com/fan-zone/Texans-Friday.html

  • Sat., Dec. 17, 2016 6:30 PM - 7:00 PM CST Texans Extra Points

    Tune into KTRK ABC 13 in Houston (or check local listings across Texas) each Saturday at 6:30 PM for this weekly in-season Houston Texans show that previews the upcoming Texans game in-depth with special guests and is hosted by Drew Dougherty from Texans TV.

    Broadcast Schedule - http://www.houstontexans.com/gameday/broadcasting/broadcast-network.html

  • Sat., Dec. 17, 2016 11:00 PM - 11:30 PM CST Texans Buzz

    Tune into KTRK ABC 13 in Houston (or check local listings across Texas) each Saturday during the regular season at 11 PM for this  show that goes 1-on-1 with Texans players to get to know them on a personal basis and is hosted by Voice of the Houston Texans Marc Vandermeer and Texans Insider Deepi Sidhu.

    Broadcast Schedule - http://www.houstontexans.com/gameday/broadcasting/broadcast-network.html

  • Sun., Dec. 18, 2016 10:35 PM - 11:05 PM CST Houston Texans Inside the Game Tune into KTRK ABC 13 in Houston (or check local listings across Texas) each Sunday at 10:35 PM for this in-season show that recaps each Houston Texans game in-depth with coverage and analysis from Greg Bailey and Spencer Tillman.

Team

DeAndre Hopkins
WR #10
Height:
6-1
Weight:
215
Age:
24
College:
Clemson
Experience:
4

Quick Stats (2016):

REC
58
YDS
668
AVG
11.5
TDS
4
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 297 4,201 14.1 76 23 0 0 -- 0 0 4 2
2016 HOU 12 12 58 668 11.5 44T 4 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2015 HOU 16 16 111 1,521 13.7 61T 11 -- -- -- -- -- 1 0
2014 HOU 16 16 76 1,210 15.9 76T 6 -- -- -- -- -- 2 1
2013 HOU 16 16 52 802 15.4 66 2 -- -- -- -- -- 1 1
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
1 CHI W 23-14 5 54 10.8 23 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2 KC W 19-12 7 113 16.1 35 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 @NE L 0-27 4 56 14 16 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
4 TEN W 27-20 1 4 4 4 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
5 @MIN L 13-31 5 56 11.2 25 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
6 IND W 26-23 9 71 7.9 12 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
7 @DEN L 9-27 5 36 7.2 12 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
8 DET W 20-13 4 44 11 14 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
10 @JAX W 24-21 5 48 9.6 16 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
11 @OAK L 20-27 5 58 11.6 24 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
12 SD L 13-21 5 70 14 19 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
13 @GB L 13-21 3 58 19.3 44 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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TRANSACTIONS:
Drafted by the Houston Texans with the 27th overall pick in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft on April 25, 2013...Signed by the Texans on July 22, 2013.
TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by the Houston Texans with the 27th overall pick in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft on April 25, 2013...Signed by the Texans on July 22, 2013.

HONORS:
2013 PFWA All-Rookie Team
2013 Texans Rookie of the Year
NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month (Sept. 2013)
AFC Offensive Player of the Week (Wk 6 of 2015)
2015 Pro Bowler
2015 AP NFL All-Pro Second Team

CAREER:
At 23 years, 169 days old, became the third-youngest player in NFL history to reach 200 career receptions and 3,000 career receiving yards, behind only Larry Fitzgerald (23 years, 108 days) and David Boston (23 years, 126 days)
Became the third wide receiver in NFL history at age 23-or-younger with 1,400 receiving yards and 11 receiving touchdowns in a season (Issac Bruce, Randy Moss)
Became the first player in NFL history with at least nine catches and 145 receiving yards in three consecutive games (Weeks 4-6 in 2015)
Passed Andre Johnson (2,806) for the most receiving yards in a player’s first three sea- sons in franchise history
Set a franchise record for the most receiving touchdowns in a single season (10) in 2015, surpassing Andre Johnson’s previous record of 9 in 2009
The 25th player in NFL history to amass 2,000 yards receiving through his first two seasons
Became the second player in franchise history to eclipse the 1,000-yard mark in 2014 (Andre Johnson 2004, 06, 2008-10, 2012-13). Accomplished the feat vs. Tennessee (11/30/14) in the 12th game of the season.
Reached 1,000 career yards receiving in his 19th game
Reached 2,000 career yards receiving in his 31st game. The second youngest (22 years,
198 days) player in NFL history to reach 2,000 yards
Became the fastest player in team history to reach 3,000 receiving yards, doing so in his 42nd career game. The previous record was held by Andre Johnson (48 games)
Reached 100 career catches in his 27th game
Became the fastest player in team history to reach 200 receptions, doing so in his 42nd career game. The previous record was held by Andre Johnson (43 games)
Became the first player in team history to accumulate 1,000 receiving yards in the first 10 games of a season (2015)
Second player under the age of 24 to have 3,500 career receiving yards (Randy Moss)
Had a career-high 238 yards vs. Tennessee (11/30/14), which was the fourth 200-yard receiving game in franchise history.
Averaged 26.4 yards per reception vs. Tennessee (11/30/14). That is the highest single-game average for a player with at least five receptions in franchise history.
Has 11 100-yard games in his career, which is second most in franchise history and the most in a player’s first three seasons in team history
His six 100-yard games in 2015 is tied for the second-most such games in a season in franchise history
Ranks fourth in franchise history with 3,533 yards receiving, fifth with 19 receiving touchdowns, and fifth with 239 receptions
Had a streak of four consecutive 100-yard receiving games from Week 3 to 6 in 2015, which is tied for the longest in franchise history
Passed Andre Johnson (208) for the most receptions in a player’s first three seasons in team history
Became the second player in franchise history to record a 100-catch season in 2015
Had 81 receptions through 11 games, which is the most by any player 23-or-younger in NFL history
Set a single-season career-high in receptions in 2015, surpassing his previous best of 76 in 2014
Currently the Texans all-time leader in yards per reception at 14.8
Finished the 2015 regular season with the third-most receptions (111), fourth-most re- ceiving yards (1,521) and the most receiving touchdowns (11) in a single season in fran- chise history
Extended his streak of consecutive regular season games started to 48, which ranks sec- ond among all active NFL wide receivers, and has caught a pass in all 48 games played

2015 (Houston 16/16, 1/1):
Recorded 98 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns on nine receptions vs. Kan- sas City (9/13)
Scored 14 total points (two receiving touchdowns, one two-point conversion), which is the second-highest single-game total by a wide receiver in team history
Led both teams with nine receptions for 98 yards (10.9 avg.) and two touchdowns (9/13)
Caught a 4-yard touchdown pass from QB Brian Hoyer vs. KC (9/13)
Caught a touchdown pass in his third consecutive home opener (2013-15)
Passed Arian Foster (2,041) for the fourth-most career receiving yards in team history
Finished with five receptions for 53 yards at Carolina (9/20)
Caught a 5-yard TD pass from QB Ryan Mallett in the first quarter vs. Tampa Bay (9/27)
Led the team with eight receptions for 101 yards (12.6 avg.) and a touchdown (9/27)
Had three receiving touchdowns in the first three games, which tied for the most by a Texans player through the first three games of a season
Tied Jacoby Jones (11) for the seventh-most career touchdown receptions in team history
Recorded 157 receiving yards with nine receptions at Atlanta (10/4)
Posted back-to-back 100-yard receiving games for the first time in his career (Weeks 3-4)
Led the team with a career-high 11 catches for 169 yards and posted his first career game with 10-or-more receptions vs. Indianapolis (10/8)
His 42 receptions and 578 receiving yards were the most through the first five games of a season in Texans history
His seven receptions in the first half vs. Indianapolis (10/8) tied for the fourth-most in the first half of a game in franchise history
Caught 10 passes for 148 yards and two touchdowns at Jacksonville (10/18)
Recorded his fourth consecutive 100-yard receiving game at Jacksonville (10/18), which ties the franchise record (Andre Johnson, 2008)
Became the first player in NFL history with at least nine catches and 145 receiving yards in three consecutive games (Weeks 4-6)
Had the 2nd most receptions (52) and 4th most yards (726) through six games in NFL history
Second player in team history with back-to-back games with 10 catches
Tied Corey Bradford (five) for the most receiving touchdowns in the first six games of a season in Texans history
Passed Jabar Gaffney (171) for the fifth-most career receptions in team history
Passed Steve Slaton (2,643) for the sixth-most career scrimmage yards in team history
Scored on a 9-yard reception from QB Brian Hoyer in the 4th quarter at Jacksonville (10/18)
Also scored on a 26-yard pass from Hoyer in the fourth quarter at Jacksonville (10/18)
Passed Andre Johnson (35 in 2006) for the second-most receptions in a single October in Texans history. Finished the month with 36 receptions for 524 yards and two touchdowns. His receiving yards totals also ranked as the second-most in October in team history
Caught six passes for 50 yards in the game at Miami (10/25)
Ended a streak of consecutive 100-yard receiving games at four, which tied the franchise record (Weeks 3-6)
Led the team with eight receptions for 94 yards and a touchdown vs. Tennessee (11/1)
Passed Andre Johnson (2,806) for the most receiving yards in a player’s first three seasons in franchise history
Caught a 21-yard touchdown pass from QB Brian Hoyer in the first quarter vs. Tennessee (11/1) to give the team a 7-3 lead
Caught five passes for 57 yards and a touchdown at Cincinnati (11/16)
Set a single-season career-high in touchdown receptions, surpassing his previous high of six in 2014
Passed Arian Foster (14) for the fifth-most career receiving touchdowns in Texans history
Led the team with five catches for 118 yards (23.6 avg.) and two touchdowns vs. NYJ (11/22)
Scored a 61-yard receiving touchdown in the second quarter, the second-longest touchdown reception of his career (11/22)
Scored again on a 20-yard pass in the third quarter to give the team a 24-10 lead (11/22)
At 23 years, 169 days old, became the third-youngest player in NFL history to reach 200 career receptions and 3,000 career receiving yards, behind only Larry Fitzgerald (23 years, 108 days) and David Boston (23 years, 126 days)
Became the fastest player in team history to reach 200 receptions, doing so in his 42nd career game. The previous record was held by Andre Johnson (43 games)
Became the fastest player in team history to reach 3,000 receiving yards, doing so in his 42nd career game. The previous record was held by Andre Johnson (48 games)
Became the first player in team history to accumulate 1,000 receiving yards in the first 10 games of a season
Notched his 10th career 100-yard receiving game, passing Andre Johnson (9) for the most 100-yard receiving games in a player’s first three seasons in team history
Tied Owen Daniels (4) for the second-most career multiple-touchdown games in Texans history
Tied Andre Johnson (3 in 2009) for the most multiple-touchdown games in a single season in team history
Caught five passes for 36 yards in the game vs. New Orleans (11/29)
Passed Andre Johnson (208) for the most receptions in a player’s first three seasons in team history
His 81 receptions this season were the most by any player 23-or-younger through 11 team games in NFL history, according to Elias
Set a single-season career-high in receptions, surpassing his previous best of 76 in 2014
Caught five passes for 88 yards and a touchdown at Buffalo (12/6)
Scored on a 29-yard pass from QB Brian Hoyer in the fourth quarter to tie the game at 21 at Buffalo (12/6)
Caught three passes for 52 yards (17.3 avg.), including a long of 40 yards, vs. New England (12/13)
Set a single-season career-high in receiving yards, surpassing his previous high of 1,210 receiving yards in 2014
Led the team with eight receptions for 94 yards at Indianapolis (12/20)
Led the team with seven receptions for 117 yards, including a long reception of 44 yards, and a touchdown at Tennessee (12/27)
With his third reception of the game in the second quarter, became the second player in franchise history to record a 100-catch season
Passed Andre Johnson (103 in 2006) for the fourth-most receptions in a single season in team history
Passed Andre Johnson (1,407 in 2013) for the fourth-most receiving yards in a single sea- son in Texans history
Scored his 11th touchdown of the season and 19th of his career on a 15-yard reception from QB Brandon Weeden in the third quarter at Tennessee (12/27), which  is a franchise record for the most receiving touchdowns in a single season
Increased his season totals to 104 receptions for 1,432 yards and 11 touchdowns
Logged his sixth 100-yard game of the season, which is tied for the second-most such games in a season in franchise history
Became just the third wide receiver in NFL history at age 23-or-younger with 1,400 receiving yards and 11 receiving touchdowns in a season (Issac Bruce, Randy Moss)
Led the team with seven receptions for 89 yards, including a long of 20 yards vs. Jackson- ville (1/3/16)
Finished the regular season with the third-most receptions (111), fourth-most receiving yards (1,521) and the most receiving touchdowns (11) in a single season in franchise history
Extended his streak of consecutive regular season games started to 48, which ranks second among all active NFL wide receivers
Caught a pass in his 48th straight regular season game
In his first career playoff start, led the team with six receptions for 69 yards in Wild Card Game vs. Kansas City (1/9/16)
His receiving yardage total ranks as the sixth-highest mark in a postseason game in Texans history, while his reception total ranks seventh

2014 (Houston 16/16):
Named a Pro Bowl alternate after becoming the second player in franchise history to eclipse the 1,000-yard mark. Finished his second NFL season with 76 catches for 1,210 yards and six touchdowns
Hauled in a career long 76-yard touchdown in the second quarter in a win over Washington (9/7). Finished the game with 4 receptions for 89 yards.
Scored a 12-yard touchdown and finished with 22 yards against Oakland (9/14)
Registered a six-catch, 116-yard performance and went over the 1,000-yard mark for his career against the New York Giants (9/21) in Week 3. Recorded the second 100-yard game of his career
Set a career high for touchdowns in a season (3) when he caught a 35-yard touchdown pass against Buffalo (9/28) in Week 4. Finished the game with five catches for 64 yards
Led the team with six receptions for 63 yards at Dallas (10/5) in Week 5
Posted his third career game with 100 yards receiving, catching six passes for 108 yards at Pittsburgh (10/20) in Week 7
Moved into eighth place on the franchise’s yards receiving list with five receptions for 95 yards at Tennessee (10/26) in Week 8. Entered the game with 1,276 yards receiving and passed Domanick Williams (1,276) and Joel Dreessen (1,323)
Recorded his third 100-yard receiving game of the season and fourth of his career vs. Philadelphia (11/2) in Week 9. Caught six passes for 115 yards and a touchdown and tied Owen Daniels for the second-most 100-yard receiving games in franchise history with four. Recorded Houston’s fourth takeaway of the game, recovering LB DeMeco Ryans’ fumble at the Philadelphia 7-yard line in the fourth quarter
Caught four passes for 80 yards with a long of 41 at Cleveland (11/16) in Week 11
Caught his 100th career pass and passed his single-season career high (802 yards) in Week 12 vs. Cincinnati. Finished with five catches for 39 yards.
Had career-highs of 238 yards receiving, two touchdowns receiving and nine receptions. vs. Tennessee (11/30) in Week 13. It was the fourth 200-yard receiving game and second highest total in franchise history. Averaged 26.4 yards per reception, the highest single-game average for a player with at least five receptions in franchise history. Tied a franchise single-game record with four receptions of 25-plus yards. Became the second player in franchise history to eclipse the 1,000-yard mark in franchise history. Had 117 yards receiving in the first half and 121 in the second half, the first time in his career he had over 100 yards in a single half
Made four catches for 49 yards at Jacksonville (12/7) in Week 14. Also recovered an offensive fumble to keep a drive alive
Led all receivers with five receptions for 77 yards at Indianapolis (12/14) in Week 15
Caught five passes for 38 yards vs. Baltimore (12/21). Became the fifth player in franchise history with more than 2,000 receiving yards and the second youngest (22 years, 198 days) player in NFL history to reach 2,000 yards receiving. Became the 25th player in NFL history with 2,000 yards receiving through his first two seasons

2013 (Houston 16/16):
Started all 16 games at wide receiver and finished the season with 52 receptions for 802 yards (15.4 avg.), ranking second in both categories among rookies in franchise history to Andre Johnson’s 66 receptions for 976 yards in 2003
Earned a spot on the PFWA All-Rookie Team and was voted the Texans Rookie of the Year by teammates
Caught at least one pass in all 16 games
Named NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month in September after finishing the month with 20 receptions for 270 yards (13.5 avg.) and a touchdown
Made his first career start at wide receiver in his NFL debut and recorded five receptions for 66 yards (13.2 avg.) at San Diego (9/9) in Week 1
Recorded seven receptions for 117 yards (16.7 avg.) and the game-winning touchdown in overtime vs. Tennessee (9/15) to become the youngest player in NFL history to score the game-winning touchdown in overtime at 21 years and 101 days
Had the second-most yards receiving ever by a Texans rookie vs. Tennessee in Week 2, (Andre Johnson, 122 at Buffalo, 11/16/03) and tied for the second-most receptions by a rookie in franchise history
Recorded a game-high six receptions for 60 yards at Baltimore (9/22) in Week 3
Recorded three receptions for 76 yards (25.3 avg.) and a touchdown at Kansas City (10/20) in Week 7
Recorded a game-high six receptions for 69 yards (11.5 avg.) at Arizona (11/10)
Caught two passes for 77 yards (38.5 avg.), including a career-long and franchise-long reception by a rookie 66-yarder vs. New England (12/1) in Week 13

COLLEGE:
Appeared in 39 games, starting 32 contests for the Clemson Tigers
Had 206 receptions for 3,020 yards (14.7 avg) and 27 touchdowns, adding 32 yards on a pair of kickoff returns and 82 yards on 12 punt returns (6.8 avg), along with recording three tackles (2 solos) to amass 3,134 all-purpose yards, an average of 80.4 yards per game
The only player in Clemson history with multiple 100-yard receiving performances in bowl games (105 vs. South Florida in the 2010 Meineke Car Care Bowl; 107 vs. West Virginia in the 2011/12 Orange Bowl; 191 yards vs. Louisiana State in the 2012 Chick-fil-A Bowl), as he tallied 32 receptions for 403 yards and three touchdowns in three postseason appearances
His 206 receptions rank seventh in Atlantic Coast Conference history and second on the school career list, topped by only Aaron Kelly (232; 2005-08), as they are the only Tigers to ever catch 200 passes for the university
His 3,020 receiving yards are the sixth-highest total by an ACC player and set a school record, breaking the previous mark of 2,733 yards by Aaron Kelly
Was the sixth player from an ACC institution to gain 3,000 yards receiving in a career, joining Conner Vernon of Duke (3,749; 2009-12), Peter Warrick of Florida State (3,517; 1996-99), Torry Holt of North Carolina State (3,379; 1995-98), Clarkston Hines of Duke (3,318; 1986-89) and Jerricho Cotchery of North Carolina State (3,119; 2000-03)
His 27 touchdown grabs tied Herman Moore of Virginia (1988-90) for eighth on the ACC all-time record chart, as it also set a school record
Majored in community recreation, sport and camp management major

PERSONAL:
Attended D.W. Daniel (Central, S.C.) High School, playing football for head coach Randy Robinson
Registered 57 receptions for 1,266 yards and 18 touchdowns on offense and 28 interceptions, returning five for touchdowns on defense
Had 11 punt returns for 289 yards and three touchdowns, along with two kickoff returns for 119 yards and one score as a senior
Rated the 12th-best receiver in the nation and the state’s eighth-best overall prospect by Rivals.com, and was the 14th-ranked cornerback by Scout.com and ESPN rated him the 29th-best athlete
Super Prep’s sixth-ranked athlete in the state, he received All-State first-team honors from the Charlotte Observer and The State, adding All-Southern honors from the Orlando Sentinel
A finalist for state “Mr. Football” accolades, he was twice named All-State (defense) by the Associated Press
Participated in the Offense-Defense All American game and the Shrine Bowl
Two-time Seneca Daily Journal Player-of-the-Year and Anderson Independent Player-of-the-Year choice, in addition to receiving Class AAA All-State honors from the High School Sports Report as a junior and senior
Added co-region player-of-the-year recognition as a senior and was a three-time all-region pick
Led D.W. Daniel High to a 37-4 record during his gridiron career
Was also a four-year starter for the school’s basketball team, a three-time All-State choice who tallied more than 1,300 points, 400 rebounds, 600 assists, and 200 steals in his career
Uncle, the late Terry Smith, had 162 receptions as a Clemson Tiger from 1990-93

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