Honors: 2009 - Named 3rd team All-Sun Belt by Phil Steele ... Voted a permanent team captain by his teammates for 2009 ... 2008 - Voted the most improved wide receiver during the spring ... 2007 - Named the Most Dependable Wide Receiver at the conclusion of spring practice.
Career Rankings: Fourth in receptions and ninth in receiving yards.
2009: Played in 12 games and had six starts ... Led all receivers with 647 snaps played and had a season-high 81 at Maryland ... Earned eight winning grades from the coaching staff ... Finished as the team leader in receptions with 37 for 420 yards and a career-best four touchdowns ... Had at least one catch in every game he played ... Shared the team lead with four receptions at Clemson ... Led the Blue Raiders with five catches for 71 yards and a touchdown against Memphis ... Turned in five receptions for 57 yards at Maryland to go with a career long 15-yard punt return ... Had five receptions for 66 yards against Troy ... Did not play against Mississippi State due to disciplinary reasons ... Had three receptions for 49 yards in win over WKU ... Hauled in three catches for 32 yards and a touchdown against FIU ... Added three receptions for 42 yards and a touchdown against Louisiana ... Led the Blue Raiders with four catches for 45 yards and a touchdown at ULM.
2008: Started all 12 games and shared the team lead with 51 receptions ... Led all receivers with 809 snaps played, including a season-best 80 against Troy ... Had a team-high 20 winning grades from the coaches (10 on special teams) ... Did not have a reception in opener against Troy ... Had two catches for 20 yards in win over Maryland ... Hauled in a career-best 11 catches for 94 yards and a touchdown at Arkansas State (the 11 grabs were one shy of the school record) ... Registered nine receptions for a personal-best 113 yards and a touchdown in win over FAU ... His 20 grabs in back-to-back games went down as the most by a Blue Raider in consecutive games in school history ... Led the Blue Raiders with five catches against FIU ... Completed his first career pass and it covered 39 yards and a touchdown to Phillip Tanner at Louisville ... Also had three receptions for 26 yards ... Turned in four receptions at Mississippi State ... Led the Blue Raiders with four catches against ULM for 67 yards and a touchdown ... Had seven receptions for 91 yards to lead the Blue Raiders against North Texas.
2007: Played 12 games and earned 10 starts in his first collegiate season ... Was third on the team with 28 receptions for 328 yards and a touchdown ... Led all receivers with 547 snaps played ... In his first collegiate game at FAU, Honeycutt responded with a team-high six receptions for 41 yards ... Reeled in two catches for 87 yards at Louisville, including a career-long 52-yarder ... Added two receptions for 21 yards at LSU ... Tallied three catches for 42 yards in loss to WKU ... Did not have a catch in win over FIU ... Made a 24-yard reception against UVA ... Made two receptions for 13 yards against ASU ... Registered his first career touchdown reception at North Texas ... Added three catches for 46 yards in win at ULM ... Led the Blue Raiders with four receptions against ULL ... Had two catches at Troy in the season finale.
2006: Was listed number two at the "B" receiver spot coming out of spring drills ... Collected two receptions for 32 yards in the Blue-White Spring Game ... Was off to a great start in preseason camp before suffering a knee injury and had to sit out the entire year.
2005: Took a redshirt year.
High School: Earned all-OTM honors two years in a row at Spain Park High School ... Played in the Max Emfinger All-American game ... Was also all-metro honorable mention two years in a row ... Earned all-state honors in track ... Lettered in football, baseball, and track ... Played football for Coach Vince Dilorencz.
Full Name: Patrick Joseph Honeycutt ... Parents: Tony and Leigh Ann Honeycutt ... Born: 12/30/86 ... Major: Construction Management Technology.