- #11 WR
- Texas Tech Red Raiders
- HometownSan Bernadino, CA
- Weight210 lbs.
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With incoming freshmen set to report to their respective B1G teams later this month, we thought now would be a perfect time to take a closer look at the 2014 class.about 1208 days ago | ESPN.com staff | ESPN.com
Big Ten receivers undoubtedly took a step forward last season after struggling mightily the year before. Will the group continue to improve or backslide after losing standouts such as Allen Robinson, the back-to-back Big Ten receiver of the year, Jared Abbrederis, Jeremy Gallon and Cody Latimer?about 1212 days ago | Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com
With spring practice officially behind us, we're taking a look at each Big Ten team and identifying a player who announced himself as a potential key performer this fall.about 1231 days ago | Mitch Sherman | ESPN.com
With spring practice now in the rear-view mirror, your faithful Big Ten reporters thought it would be a good time to share some of our thoughts from the spring that was.about 1245 days ago | Brian Bennett and Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com
Optimism is building around an Iowa program with a very realistic chance to win the Big Ten West Division this season. On Saturday, the Hawkeyes wrapped up a fairly uneventful (in a good way) spring with their annual scrimmage at Kinnick Stadium.about 1246 days ago | Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com
The spring workouts are in the books and the long offseason has arrived. But before diving into summer and the painful wait for football to return, were taking a look back at the developments from March and April and sneaking a peek at what to expect in the fall for Iowa.about 1247 days ago | Mitch Sherman | ESPN.com
Spring football ends Saturday in the Big Ten. I'll give you a moment to compose yourself. Wipe those tears away. Football will be back soon enough.Three teams wrap up their sessions and we're taking a look at each.about 1250 days ago | Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com
IOWA CITY, Iowa -- The tempo trend sweeping through college football has, for the most part, skipped over the Iowa Hawkeyes.While teams such as Oregon and Baylor operate at a breakneck pace, Iowa continues to shape its offense around power and play-action, ball control and sustained drives.about 1258 days ago | Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com