Played collegiate football at Salisbury University located in Salisbury, MD. I began my college career at QB, but finished at WR. My collegiate career was highlighted by finishing 6th all-time in school history for receptions. We finished each year in the top percentile in passing yards and efficiency.
Summary of Highlights
Green Hope High School
2014 SWAC Conference Champions
2014 SWAC Offensive Player of the Year
2014 Playoff appearance
2012 Compiled more wins in one season (6-5) then previous 7 seasons (5-72)
2012 First playoff appearance since 2004
North Carolina Central University:
2014 North Carolina Central University Hall of Fame Inductee
2010 First two 90+ yard Kick-Off Returns for Touchdowns in School History (92,97)
2010 Team Leader in Tackles
2010 Ranked in top 10 amongst all FCS schools in Kick-Off Coverage
Ranked #9 of 117
2010 Kick-Off Returner ranked in Top 40 amongst all FCS returners
Arthur Goforth ranked #39 of 117
2010 Punt Returner ranked in Top 10 amongst all FCS returners
Arthur Goforth, ranked #6 of 117
2009 NCCU Defensive Player of the Year-Calvin Hillie
2008 NCCU Defensive Player of the Year-Troy McConico
2008 NCCU #1 and #2 Leaders Tacklers
2006 Sheridan Broadcast Network Black College National Champions
2006 CIAA Conference Champions (11-0)
First 10 Win regular season in School History
First Undefeated regular season in School History
#1 Ranked in NCAA Playoffs Southeast Region
2006 The Eagles ranked #4 in the NATION in PASSING DEFENSE EFFICIENCY.
2006 The Eagles ranked #8 in the NATION in SCORING DEFENSE.
2006 The Eagles ranked #9 in the NATION in TOTAL DEFENSE.
2006 The Eagles ranked #18 in the NATION in RUSHING DEFENSE.
2006 The Eagles ranked #1 in the CIAA in RUSHING DEFENSE.
2006 The Eagles ranked #1 in the CIAA in Passing Defense Efficiency.
2006 The Eagles ranked #2 in the CIAA in Opponent 3rd Down Conversion.
2006 The Eagles ranked #3 in the CIAA in Scoring Defense.
2006 The Eagles ranked #3 in the CIAA in Total Defense.
Naim Abdul-Malik, 2006 1st Team All CIAA Conference, 2nd Team All Southeast Region
Rashard Coleman, 2006 1st Team All CIAA Conference Rookie Team
Fort Valley State University:
The Wildcats played for the SIAC Conference Championship 2 out of 3 seasons
2005 the Wildcats ranked 11th in the NATION in TURNOVER MARGIN +12.
2005 the Wildcats ranked 2nd in the SIAC in RED ZONE DEFENSE.
2004 the Wildcats ranked #24 in the NATION in TEAM DEFENSE.
2004 the Wildcats ranked #15 in the NATION in SCORING DEFENSE.
2003 the Wildcats ranked #20 in the NATION in TOTAL DEFENSE.
2003, The Wildcats ranked #3 in the SIAC in RUSHING DEFENSE.
2003 The Wildcats ranked #2 in the SIAC in SCORING DEFENSE.
Michael Whaley, 2005 All SIAC Conference 2nd Team
Rashod Moulton, 2005 All SIAC Conference 2nd Team
Junior Taliaui, 2005 All SIAC Conference 2nd Team
Jeff Nweke, 2005 All SIAC Conference 2nd Team
2004 Signed 30 National Letter of Intent Signees
2005 Signed 37 National letter of Intent Signees
University of Massachusetts:
Increased receptions of Tight Ends
Finished ranked 3rd in Colonial Athletic Association Conference Standings
Defeated #2 Nationally Ranked University of Maine
Defeated #4 Nationally Ranked Villanova University
Averaged 370 Total yards of Offense per game, 5.3 yards per play
2001 All Colonial Athletic Association Conference Defensive Back
2000 Two All Colonial Athletic Association Conference Defensive Backs
Brian Smith (Free Agent Signee with the San Francisco 49ers)
Signed Two Full Scholarship athletes as a Graduate Assistant (South Carolina and Texas)
Two True Freshmen All-Conference Wide Receivers
All-Conference Tight End-Ryan Brooks-NFL Prospect-Baltimore Ravens
4th All-Time in Total Receptions
8th All-Time in Receiving Yards
NFL Players Coached and/or Recruited:
Madieu Williams- Washington Redskins-starting Defensive Back
James Ihedigbo- Baltimore Ravens-Defensive Back
Rashod Moulton- Denver Broncos-Defensive Back
Brian Smith- San Francisco 49ers-Defensive Back
Derrick Wimbush- Jacksonville Jaguars-Running back