Started the season’s first five games at wide receiver and was a mainstay on special teams…finished with six receptions for 120 yards (20.0 ypc) and one touchdown…had a career-long 62-yard catch against Oklahoma State in the season-opener…finished with two receptions for 73 yards versus the Cowboys…had two catches for 31 yards and his first career touchdown at NC State – a 22-yard score in the second quarter…also had receptions against Clemson and Wake Forest…finished career with 48 receptions for 760 yards over 53 games.
Veteran No. 4 wide receiver for national champions who saw action in four-receiver sets and on FSU’s second team…appeared in all 14 games…had a knack for making tough catches for first downs…nine of 13 receptions went for a first down…the Seminoles’ sixth-leading receiver with 13 catches for 157 yards (12.1 ypc)…his 19-yard reception helped set up a touchdown in final minute of the first half against Nevada…had two receptions for 25 yards versus Bethune-Cookman…made two grabs in traffic for 39 yards against Maryland…had a pair of 11-yard receptions versus NC State…had two catches against both Wake Forest and Idaho.
Sophomore wide receiver played in all 14 games for the Seminoles…caught three passes for 33 yards on the season…grabbed a season-long 21-yard pass in the season-opening game against Murray State…secured a 10-yard pass on FSU’s final drive of the Wake Forest game.
Redshirt freshman who ranked among the top five in almost every FSU receiving category after playing in all 13 games and making four starts (Duke, Maryland, Miami, Virginia)…finished second on the team averaging 17.3 yards per catch, third in yards receiving (450) and receiving yards per game (34.6)…his 26 receptions were the fifth-most on the team…just the seventh freshman receiver in FSU history to record a 100 yard receiving game…joined with fellow freshman Rashad Greene to surpass 100 receiving yards in the game versus Wake Forest…the pair became the first freshmen tandem in FSU history to record 100 receiving yards in the same game…collected his first two career receptions against Charleston Southern in the second game of the year…exploded for seven receptions and 77 yards at Clemson…followed that performance with four catches for a career-best 102 yards at Wake Forest…logged a career-long 59-yard reception at Duke…led FSU with four catches and 55 yards versus Miami…also was selected CFN Freshman All-America honorable mention…awarded the most improved player on offense at the team’s annual banquet…earned CFN Freshman All-American honorable mention honors.
Related to former FSU standout receiver E.G. Green…tremendous athlete and leader who directed Tampa Catholic to the 2B state championship game as a senior and the third round of the playoffs as a junior…boasted a five-star rating from Scout.com, which also listed him as the No. 5 receiving prospect nationally…held four-star rating from Rivals and was the No. 7 “athlete” nationally, the No. 9 prospect in Florida and No. 61 nationally…SuperPrep Florida 115 had him as its No. 1 player in the state…ESPN rated him the No. 9 athlete in the class and No. 53 prospect…was No. 90 prospect by MaxPreps…participated in the US Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Texas…checked in at No. 65 of Sporting News’ 2010 Top 100 list…passed for 777 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior, while adding more than 500 rushing yards…also managed four receptions for 124 yards…a SuperPrep All-America 290 choice as the No. 3 receiver nationally…Times-Union rated Green as the No. 1 “athlete” among its Florida Super 75…ranked No. 17 in Bill Buchalter’s Florida 100 as an “athlete”…coveted by many schools, Green ultimately selected FSU over Georgia with Florida third in his pecking order…born August 9, 1992.