2005: Caught just one pass in the season opener at Alabama ... Hauled in six receptions for 43 yards before suffering a season-ending injury (dislocated fracture of left ankle) in the third quarter against North Texas ... Ended his career with exactly 100 receptions.
2004: Registered a career-high 60 receptions for 586 yards, ranking second on the team in both categories ... Also rushed six times for 27 yards ... Caught a career-high 10 passes for 80 yards at Akron ... Made five catches for 44 yards versus Florida Atlantic ... Had seven receptions at Louisiana-Lafayette ... Caught four balls for 72 yards at North Texas ... Had seven catches for 100 yards, his first career 100-yard receiving game, versus Arkansas State ... Also rushed three times and returned only punt of the season against ASU ... Caught five passes at Florida, versus Idaho, and at New Mexico State ... Season-long 38-yard reception came at NMSU ... Had six catches versus Louisiana-Monroe and a team-high five receptions in finale at Troy.
2003: Saw action in 10 games, including four as a starter ... Registered a career-best 19 receptions for 227 yards on the year ... Also had 14 punt returns for a 6.2-yard average ... Played against FAU, but did not register a reception ... Sat out the Georgia game after breaking team rules ... Played at Clemson, but did not make a catch ... Did not play at Missouri ... Had a career-best five receptions at Idaho, including a key 25-yard grab in overtime to setup the game-winning score ... Hauled in three catches for 39 yards in loss to Louisiana-Lafayette.
2002: Played in all 12 games and received four starts ... Ended the year with 14 receptions for 180 yards and a touchdown ... Registered a career-best three catches in the season finale against Utah State ... Also had his first collegiate touchdown reception against the Aggies when he brought in a 44-yard pass from Andrico Hines ... The 44-yard reception matched his career long (Louisiana-Lafayette) ... Made his first career reception in the season opener at Alabama ... Hauled in two receptions at Arkansas State ... Had his only rushing attempts against North Texas (2-14) ... Returned five kickoffs for 98 yards, including a long return of 31 yards against Louisiana-Monroe.
2001: Was redshirted ... Worked with the offense daily and was on the travel squad, which helped him gain valuable experience.
High School: Rated one of the state's top receivers ... Earned all-state honors after leading Dobyns-Bennett to a 12-2 record and a spot in the state semifinals ... Hauled in a school record 48 receptions for 800 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2000 ... Also registered 14 punt returns for 190 yards ... Set a school record by returning a punt 94 yards for a touchdown and established another school mark when he brought back a 93-yard kickoff return for a score ... Picked as an alternate for the Tennessee-Kentucky All-Star Game ... Clocked at 4.4 in the 40 coming out of high school.
Personal: Parents: James Henry and Ramona McClintock ... Born: 8/25/82 ... Major: Concrete Industry Management.