2007: Placed second on TCU with a career-high 29 receptions ... his 12.6 yards per catch mark was third among Frogs with at least 23 grabs ... totaled a career-best 196 all-purpose yards in the 45-33 win at San Diego State ... had a season-best six receptions for 90 yards, including a 48-yard grab for the Frogs' third-longest play from scrimmage on the year ... added a season-high 98 yards on four kickoff returns (24.5 average) with a season-long 40-yard effort ... also rushed for eight yards against the Aztecs ... had at least one reception in 10 contests ... his top-five receiving games came on the road ... posted five grabs for 58 yards at Air Force ... recorded four receptions at Texas, Wyoming and BYU ... was on the receiving end of a 2-point pass from Andy Dalton at Wyoming ... had a 31-yard grab at Stanford ... rushed for a season-best 35 yards on four attempts versus UNLV ... had a 29-yard kickoff return versus Colorado State ... his 12 kickoff returns on the year, in which he averaged 20.6 yards, ranked second on the team to Aaron Brown (14).
2006: Tied a single-game TCU record with three touchdown catches in the 52-0 win over San Diego State... also posted his first 100-yard game that day with a career-best 100 yards receiving on six receptions... added a season-best 28 yards rushing on three carries against the Aztecs, including a season-long 12-yard run... it was his third game of at least 85 yards receiving... placed third on the Frogs with 26 receptions... totaled a career-high eight catches for 85 yards against BYU... had a career long 77-yard reception as part of three grabs for 85 yards in the 26-3 victory over Wyoming... added an 11-yard run against the Cowboys... closed the regular season with three grabs for 34 yards versus Air Force... had three rushes for 18 yards while adding a reception in the Poinsettia Bowl versus Northern Illinois... ranked sixth in the Mountain West Conference in kickoff return average (21.4 yards)... returned the second-half kickoff at Baylor a career-long 69 yards... it set up TCU's first score as the Frogs rallied from a 7-0 halftime deficit for the 17-7 victory... had 29- and 28-yard returns versus BYU and UNLV, respectively.
2005: Moved to wide receiver from cornerback during spring drills... placed third on the team with 21 receptions... 15 of his catches came in the last six games, including three in the EV1.net Houston Bowl win over Iowa State (Dec. 31)... had a season-long 33-yard reception as part of four grabs for 63 yards at Air Force (Oct. 22)... also totaled four receptions against both BYU (Sept. 24) and UNLV (Nov. 12)... had 54 yards receiving versus the Rebels and 35 against the Cougars... also had three grabs for 22 yards in the Army game (Oct. 15)... had a season-best 32-yard run on a reverse to set up the first score of the game in TCU's 17-10 win at Oklahoma (Sept. 3)... it marked his first touch in a collegiate game... had a 33-yard kickoff return at San Diego State (Oct. 29).
2004: Received a medical redshirt season... played at cornerback in both the SMU and Texas Tech games... had been the only true freshman to see action that season until the time of the injury at Texas Tech... credited with a pass break up.
High School: Lettered in football, basketball and track & field at Hillsboro High School... was a three-time all-district performer on the gridiron... logged 3,323 all-purpose yards in two seasons... named a team captain in 2003... member of the Star-Telegram's State 100 list... ranked 65th nationally among the wide receivers by Rivals.com... had 866 yards passing and 811 yards rushing in 2003... caught 35 passes for 800 yards in 2002.
Personal: Is the son of Richuel Massey... selected TCU over Arkansas, Houston, Texas A&M, Tulsa and SMU... a general studies major.