Extremely smart and heady player . . . Has displayed improved blocking skills . . . Likely to be used as both a blocker, runner and receiver in the offense . . . Competing for a position . . . Hard-working kid . . . Athletic and quick . . . Continues to learn the new offensive system . . . Has great potential . . . Patient runner who can find holes . . . Had a tremendous summer and expected to have a good year . . . Played in all 11 games in 2009 and made seven starts . . . Had 11 catches for 193 yards, which was highlighted by a 74-yard pass reception against nationally number-one ranked archrival Grand Valley State . . . Also carried the ball four times . . . Had 11 tackles on special teams with five solo stops . . . Earned GLIAC All-Academic Team laurels . . . Chosen as FSU's 2009 Special Teams Player of the Year . . . Was on the team but did not see game action in 2008 . . . Graduated in 2005 from Grandville High School . . . Coached by Irv Singles III . . . Chosen as team MVP . . . Was an All-OK Red Conference honoree . . . Named to the Advance All-Area Team . . . Ran for 155 yards on 13 carries as a senior . . . Also caught 18 passes for 353 yards and seven TD’s . . . Had 73 tackles and two sacks . . . Helped team to two state playoff appearances and two regional championships in his career . . . Squad won seven or more games in three of his four seasons . . . Also played baseball and ran track . . . FSU Letters: One . . . Birthdate: 12/18/86 . . . Major: Health Care Systems Administration.