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Wide Receiver   1984



Born: May 5, 1960, Fort Collins, Colorado

Height: 6-00     Weight: 188

College: University of Oregon

Acquired: Selected by Gamblers in ninth round (50th player selected) of 1983 USFL veteran allocation draft on Sep. 6, 1983

Pro Bio: Started 17 of 18 games for the Gamblers... Caught 36 passes for 685 yards (19.0 yard avg) and four touchdowns... Was also the placeholder for field goals attempts... Went to the Memphis Showboats in 1985, where he caught 57 passes for 1,145 yards, six touchdowns and a team-leading 20.1 yards-per-catch average.

Signed as a free agent with the Express on May 13, 1983 and joined the team in Birmingham for their May 14th game... Appeared in seven games for the Express, where he caught four passes for 47 yards... Also returned two punts and one kickoff for 15 yards.

College: Four-year letter winner at Oregon and completed his injury-shortened career as the number nine receiver in Oregon history... Caught 32 passes as a sophomore and 39 as a junior... Broke his foot in the fourth game of his senior season against Washington... Finished with 84 career receptions for 1,407 yards and five TDs... Longest catch was for 68 yards... Earned honorable mention UPI All-West Coast honors both his junior and senior years... Was originally a walk-on for the Ducks... Lettered in baseball in 1980.

Personal: Attended Hood River Valley High School in Hood River, OR... Majored in sociology at Oregon.