Selected by Carolina in the third round (89th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft (4/23/10).
Career (35/0); 2012 (16/0); 2011 (16/0); 2010 (3/0).
Played in 16 games for Carolina...Caught five passes for 121 yards...Averaged 21.7 yards on a team-high 12 kickoff returns...Returned two punts for 77 yards with two fair catches...Attempted one pass that was incomplete...At Atlanta (9/30): Made first career reception on a 12-yard catch...At Washington (11/4): Hauled in a career-long 82-yard reception...Marked the longest catch in team history that was not a touchdown...At Philadelphia (11/26): Established career highs with five kickoff returns, 114 kickoff return yards and long of 35 yards...At New Orleans (12/30): Produced a career-long 69-yard punt return to set up a touchdown.
Played in 16 games for Carolina...Led the Panthers with a 5.5-yard punt return average on 32 returns with a long of 17 yards and nine fair catches...Returned three kickoffs for 35 yards...Rushed once for five yards...Completed one pass for 11 yards...At Indianapolis (11/27): Had a career-long 17-yard punt return...At Tampa Bay (12/4): Handled kickoff return duties with primary returner Kealoha Pilares inactive...Vs. Atlanta (12/11): Matched career high of four punt returns, previously achieved three times.
Selected in the third round (89th overall) of the NFL Draft by Carolina...Played in three games, did not play in one contest and was inactive for 12 others...Did not record any receiving statistics...Rushed once for seven yards...Completed only pass attempt for no yards...Returned two punts for no yards...Served as the inactive third quarterback at Tampa Bay (11/14), versus Baltimore (11/21) and at Cleveland (11/28)...Vs. Chicago (10/10): Made NFL debut...Saw action as a reserve wide receiver and at quarterback in the Mountaineer formation.
Played in 51 games with 49 starts at Appalachian State...Compiled a 42-7 record as the team's starting quarterback...Only player to ever win the Walter Payton Award - given annually to the nation's top NCAA Division I FCS player - twice, capturing the honor in 2008 and 2009...Four-time All-American...Led the Mountaineers to the NCAA Division I FCS national championship in 2006 and 2007...Holds virtually every school and Southern Conference record by a quarterback...Completed 768-of-1,180 passes for 10,392 yards and 74 touchdowns with 33 interceptions...Rushed for 4,361 yards and 65 touchdowns on 755 carries...Became the first player in NCAA Division I history - FCS or FBS - to pass for more than 10,000 yards and rush for more than 4,000 yards in a career...14,753 yards of total offense rank second in NCAA Division I FCS history, topped by the 16,823 yards of Steve McNair of Alcorn State from 1991-94...2009 (Sr.): Southern Conference Offensive Player of the Year...First-team All-Southern Conference choice...Started 12 games...Missed one game with an injured foot and one with a sprained knee...Threw for a school-record 3,291 yards and 12 touchdowns with seven interceptions on 257-of-378 passing...Gained 679 yards rushing on 137 attempts with 18 touchdowns...2008 (Jr.): Southern Conference Offensive Player of the Year...First-team-All Southern Conference selection...Started 13 games...Missed one game because of knee and hip injuries...Completed 196-of-306 passes for 2,902 yards and a school-record 30 touchdowns with nine interceptions...Led the team with 941 yards rushing and 11 touchdowns on 193 carries...2007 (So.): Second-team All-Southern Conference choice...Started 11 games...Missed four-and-a-half games due to an injured shoulder...Completed 148-of-222 passes for 1,948 yards and 17 touchdowns with seven interceptions...Ranked first on the team with 1,588 yards rushing, the third most in school history, and 21 touchdowns, the second-highest total in school history, on 237 attempts...2006 (Fr.): National Freshman of the Year...Southern Conference Freshman of the Year...First-team All-Southern Conference selection...Played in 15 games, starting the final 13...Completed 167-of-274 passes for 2,251 yards and 15 touchdowns with 10 interceptions...Produced 1,153 yards rushing and 15 touchdowns on 188 carries.
Attended Greenwood (S.C.) HS...Graduated from Appalachian State with a degree in graphic arts and imaging technology.
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Sights, sounds from pep rally at East Lincoln HS.
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