6'4" wide receiver who signed with the Montreal Alouettes on February 26, 2015 after becoming Brigham Young University's all-time leader in receptions (248), receiving yards (3,445) and receiving touchdowns (33).
He played his high school football at Del Norte High School in California.
In 2012, he amassed 100 receptions for 1,248 yards and 11 touchdowns. As a return man during his collegiate career, he racked up 1,331 yards on 53 kickoff returns.
He was born in Crescent City, California.
He took part in the Washington Redskins training camp in 2014 while Jay Gruden was the team's head coach.