No.6 TCU 42, No. 9 Ole Miss 3
Trevone Boykin threw for three touchdowns and 188 yards in win over the Rebels.
2003: Earned second team all-league honors after setting a school record for receiving yards (1,012)... became the first receiver in TCU history to log over 1,000 receiving yards in a season... his 58 catches was the fourth highest single season total in school history and was the most since 1991... averaged 17.4 yards per catch... caught at least three passes in 12 of 13 games... logged a career-high eight receptions for a career-high 128 yards in the victory over Louisville... also had a 127-yard receiving game at Arizona, including a 98-yard touchdown pass, his first career score... caught six passes for 107 yards in the Fort Worth Bowl versus Boise State, establishing a school record for receiving yards in a bowl game.
2002: Caught 13 passes for 205 yards, an average of 15.8 yards per reception... hauled in his first collegiate pass at Army in game 6, a 12-yard reception... caught a career-high three passes three times in the last five contests... blocked a punt in the win over Memphis... also caught a key fourth-down pass in that contest, keeping the Frogs' final game-winning drive alive.
2001: Was enjoying a great fall camp and was listed on the first team unit at wide receiver, but injured his right knee prior to the season-opener and missed the entire season with a sore posterior cruciate ligament.
2000: Redshirted as a true freshman... was the 2001 WAC Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field Freshman of the Year after winning the conference indoor 55-meter hurdles (7.47) and the outdoor 110-meter hurdles (13.73)... was the only freshman 110-meter hurdler to advance to the NCAA outdoor semifinals.
High School: A SuperPrep Texas Top 100 selection and a Midlands all-Region selection by PrepStar... a State Top 100 selection by the Dallas Morning News, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Houston Chronicle, LoneStar Recruiting and Max Emfinger... a third-team selection to Dave Campbell's Texas Football Super Team... named the Arlington Morning News Athlete of the Year... earned second team all-District 7-5A honors... played both wide receiver and free safety... as a senior he had 24 receptions for 538 yards and two TDs, 52 tackles and four interceptions... was the 110-meter hurdles Class 5A state champion with a time of 13.68, earning 1999 High School all-America honors by Track & Field News... finished third in the same event as a senior... finished second in the 110m hurdles in the Junior Pan American championships... coached by Eddy Peach... picked TCU over Arkansas and Kansas State.
Personal: Reginald Lester Harrell, Jr. is the son of Reginald and Chun Harrell... born November 28, 1981... is a speech communications major at TCU.
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