Enters 2020 season with 95 receptions for 1,932 yards and 17 touchdowns…yards total ranks 15th in program history…touchdowns total tied for 15th on FSU’s all-time list…averaging touchdown every 5.59 receptions…holds FSU record with five 70+-yard receiving touchdowns…average of 49.06 yards per touchdown reception is second-highest among NCAA receivers with at least 15 touchdowns over past decade…nine 50+-yard touchdowns are tied for second-highest total in ACC over last 15 years.
Started all 13 games and led Seminoles with 60 catches for 1,188 yards and nine touchdowns…also rushed four times for nine yards…second-team All-ACC…posted 13th 1,000-yard receiving season in program history…receiving yards total ranked seventh on FSU’s single-season list…averaged NCAA-high 57.89 yards per touchdown reception, which was highest average in last 15 years among receivers with at least nine touchdowns…six touchdown receptions of at least 60 yards tied for highest total in NCAA since at least 2010, matching Biletnikoff Award winner and unanimous All-American Dede Westbrook’s six for Oklahoma in 2016…six 60+-yard receptions were most in NCAA in 2019…tied for second-most 50+-yard catches with seven…three 70+-yard receptions tied for second in the country…one of only 13 receivers nationally with 90-yard catch…average of 19.8 yards per reception ranked first in ACC and fourth in NCAA among receivers with at least 60 catches…receiving yards total ranked second in ACC and 16th in NCAA…tied for 16th on FSU’s single-season receptions list…nine touchdown catches ranked seventh in ACC and tied for 32nd nationally…touchdown receptions tied for 17th on FSU’s single-season list…recorded career-high nine catches for career-best 165 yards and one touchdown while rushing three times for 18 yards in Sun Bowl vs. Arizona State…touchdown was 91-yarder that broke Sun Bowl record for longest pass play and was second-longest touchdown reception in FSU bowl history and tied for seventh-longest touchdown reception ever by a Seminole…made seven receptions for 156 yards and one touchdown in 38-31 victory at Boston College…74-yard touchdown catch was one of three 60-yard touchdowns vs. Eagles, marking only fourth time in program history the Seminoles registered three 60+-yard touchdowns in one game…named ACC Wide Receiver of the Week for his performance vs. Eagles…had seven catches for 131 yards at No. 8 Florida…yards total was most allowed by Florida to an individual receiver at home since 2015…tied career high with two touchdowns as part of five-catch, 77-yard game in 31-13 win vs. North Carolina State…caught four passes for 99 yards and 75-yard touchdown in season opener vs. Boise State…had six catches for 57 yards in 45-44 win vs. ULM…made four receptions for 78 yards at No. 25 Virginia…had two catches for 73 yards and one touchdown in 35-24 victory vs. Louisville…touchdown was 60-yarder that gave Seminoles lead in fourth quarter and started streak of four straight games with at least one touchdown…touchdown streak was longest for a Nole since 2017…caught two passes for 83 yards and 64-yard touchdown at No. 2 Clemson…made four receptions for 55 yards and one touchdown at Wake Forest…caught two passes for 84 yards in 35-17 victory vs. Syracuse…made four catches for 40 yards vs. Miami…had four receptions for 90 yards and one touchdown in 49-12 win vs. Alabama State…69-yard touchdown grab came on first offensive play of the game.
Appeared in all 12 games with 11 starts…made 35 receptions for team-high-tying 744 yards and team-best eight touchdowns…honorable mention All-ACC…earned team’s Offensive MVP award…receiving yards total broke FSU freshman record that had stood for 41 years…tied program’s freshman record with two 100-yard receiving games…touchdowns total was one shy of freshman record and tied for fourth among all ACC receivers in 2018…first Seminole since Peter Warrick in 1998 with two 70-yard touchdown catches in a season…two 70-yard grabs tied for ACC lead and was one behind national leader…became fifth freshman in program history with 70-yard touchdown reception and is one of two with multiple touchdown grabs of at least 70 yards…fourth freshman in program history, and first since 2011, to lead FSU in receiving yards and receiving touchdowns…average of 21.3 yards per reception ranked fifth in NCAA and second among freshmen…averaged touchdown every 4.38 receptions, tied for 10th-best among 72 receivers nationally with at least eight touchdowns…averaged 39.1 yards per touchdown…also contributed on special teams, adding six tackles…recorded career-high 142 yards and career-high-tying two touchdowns on five receptions at North Carolina State…earned ACC Receiver of the Week recognition for his performance at Wolfpack…made three catches for 112 yards and one touchdown, the game-winning 74-yard catch with 1:49 remaining, and two tackles in 22-21 win vs. No. 22 Boston College…earned ACC Receiver of the Week and Rookie of the Week honors for his performance vs. Eagles…recorded two catches for 77 yards, including 78-yard touchdown that was longest scoring catch by FSU freshman since Warrick Dunn in 1993, in 37-19 win vs. Northern Illinois…made collegiate debut with two catches for 39 yards in season opener vs. No. 20 Virginia Tech…scored first two touchdowns on two receptions for 44 yards in 36-26 win vs. Samford…made two receptions for 17 yards at Syracuse…caught three passes for 71 yards and one touchdown in 28-24 victory vs. Louisville…extended touchdowns streak to three straight games with two catches for 37 yards and one score at No. 17 Miami…made 23-yard reception in 38-17 win vs. Wake Forest…caught four passes for 55 yards and recorded first two collegiate tackles vs. No. 2 Clemson…gained 49 yards on six receptions at No. 3 Notre Dame…ended season with 78 yards on three receptions and two solo tackles vs. No. 13 Florida.
Logged repetitions by contributing to the scout team…redshirted the 2017 season.
Tabbed a four-star recruit by ESPN, 247Sports and Scout after starring at Turner County High School…collected three stars from Rivals…rated the No. 21 recruit in Georgia and the No. 32 wide receiver by 247Sports…ranked the No. 36 player in Georgia and No. 43 wide receiver by ESPN…rated the fourth-best wide receiver in Georgia by Scout…named to the Atlanta Journal Constitution Class A public All-State First Team in 2015 and 2016 and First Team All-State by the Associated Press in 2015…also selected Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State Second Team 2015…named In the Game Magazine Turner County Offensive Player of the Year and Region 2-A Player of the Year in 2016…is a big bodied receiver that can outmuscle defenders…ESPN said “he attacks the ball at its highest point and will extend in a crowd”…finished 2016 with 40 receptions for 1,187 yards and 19 touchdowns…helped lead Turner County to an 8-4 record and its first playoff win since 2008…committed to Florida State in January 2017…high school teammate of fellow 2017 signee Ontaria Wilson…chose the Seminoles over offers from Florida, Georgia, Auburn and Ole Miss among others.