2010: Played in 12 of 13 games ... Received 340 total snaps and played 30 or more six times ... Earned 12 winning grades from the coaches ... Had nine catches for 73 yards for the season ... Did not participate in spring drills while a member of the baseball team ... Collected two receptions against APSU, Memphis, and Louisiana ... Turned in three catches against Troy for 22 yards ... Voted a game captain for Georgia Tech ... Did not play at WKU due to a concussion ... Came back against FAU but did not record a catch and also did not have one at FIU.
2009: Played in all 13 games and had five starts ... Had 387 snaps, including a season-best 52 against Mississippi State ... Given nine winning grades by the coaching staff ... Finished with 10 catches for 117 yards and no touchdowns on the season ... Turned in two receptions at Clemson and one against Maryland ... Had a 21-yard catch at North Texas ... Added two receptions for 29 yards at Troy ... Had a 14-yard catch against Louisiana and a 22-yard grab in New Orleans Bowl win over Southern Miss.
2008: Played in all 12 games and earned 11 starts ... Was fourth on the team with 27 receptions for 265 yards ... His 416 snaps played ranked fourth among receivers ... Had six winning grades from the coaches ... Was a member of the baseball team during the spring ... Missed most of spring drills with a hamstring injury ... Earned his first collegiate start against Troy and responded with a personal-best (at the time) four receptions ... Set his career-high for a second straight game with six grabs for 32 yards against Maryland ... Had three grabs for 43 yards at Arkansas State ... His 28-yard reception at FIU was the longest of his career ... Collected three receptions for 26 yards at Louisville ... Reeled in four receptions for a personal-best 62 yards in home win over North Texas ... Was also a member of the Blue Raider baseball team in 2009, seeing action in nine games.
2007: Played in six games and came up with one reception on the season ... Played in his first collegiate game at LSU and caught his first career pass for 19 yards from fellow freshman Dwight Dasher ... Did not play against WKU ... Earned 28 snaps on offense in win over FIU and collected two at Memphis ... Was in on 26 plays at ULM and had four snaps against ULL.
High School: Lettered five years in baseball, four years in football, and one season in basketball for Lexington Catholic High School ... Voted first team all-state by the Courier-Journal and first team all-state by the Associated Press as a senior after helping lead team to a 10-2 mark ... Ended his career as Lexington Catholic's all-time leading receiver with 159 receptions for 2,601 yards and 38 touchdowns ... Ranks 7th all-time in Kentucky history in touchdown receptions, ninth in catches, and 13th in yardage ... Led LCHS with 63 receptions for 856 yards and seven touchdowns to earn co-offensive MVP honors as a senior ... Also named to the all-BluegrassPreps team ... Made the Louisville All-Combine team as selected by Scout.com in May 2006 ... As a junior, Caldwell helped guide Lexington Catholic to a state championship by hauling in 64 catches for 1,191 yards and 21 touchdowns ... Turned in his best game in 2005 by collecting six passes for 156 yards and a school record four touchdowns against Scott County ... On the diamond, Caldwell was an all-state pick after leading LCHS to a state championship in 2006 ... Also honored as one of the top ten baseball players in the state of Kentucky.
Full Name: James Wesley Caldwell ... Parents: Steve and Carla Caldwell ... Born: 2/20/89 ... Major: Organizational Communication.