2007: Averaged a team-best 17.5 yards per reception ... ranks third on TCU's career list for average yards per catch at 19.7 ... temporarily held the top spot earlier in the season ... his first 17 career receptions, dating back to 2006, went for first downs ... the streak came to a halt when he had a 12-yard grab on a second-and-13 in the 21-7 win over SMU ... closed the season with a career-best three receptions for 35 yards in the Texas Bowl win over Houston ... did not play against Stanford and Utah after being injured on the opening snap at Wyoming ... had two receptions, including a 4-yard scoring toss from Marcus Jackson, in the victory against Colorado State ... had a season-long 50-yard catch in the 27-0 win over Baylor ... it was 1-yard shy of a career-long play for him ... it was also the second-longest play from scrimmage for the Frogs on the year ... had 32- and 26-yard receptions versus UNLV and San Diego State, respectively, in the final two regular-season contests ... eight of his 11 grabs on the season went at least 11 yards.
2006: Had an outstanding season... all 14 of his receptions resulted in first downs... his average of 21.4 yards per catch was tops on the Frogs for players with more than two receptions... it was also the sixth-best single-season mark in TCU history... had four grabs of at least 35 yards... his first collegiate reception went for an 18-yard touchdown in the 46-13 win over UC Davis... also found the end zone with a 44-yard catch in a 52-0 victory versus San Diego State... his season-long 51-yard reception came in the 31-17 win at Army... closed the campaign with two receptions for 23 yards in the Poinsettia Bowl victory over Northern Illinois... had a 36-yard catch as part of two grabs for 48 yards at Utah... posted two receptions for 47 yards, including a 35-yard connection, against Air Force... also had two catches at UNLV.
2005: Limited by injury to just one game, Sept. 24 at BYU.
2004: Worked with the scout team while taking a redshirt as a true freshman.
High School: A "dual-threat" quarterback who was listed by Rivals.com as the 24th best "athlete" in the country... ranked 37th on Rivals Texas Top 100 list... rushed for 675 yards with 10 touchdowns and threw for 708 yards with six TDs in just five games in 2003 for Idalou High... suffered a season-ending ACL injury... threw for 1,081 yards and 12 TDs and rushed for 1,355 yards and 22 scores as a junior when he was named all-district at both quarterback and safety... also logged 73 tackles on defense... was an all-district performer in basketball... was the state champion in the discus in 2002 and placed second in 2003... turned down Texas Tech, A&M, Kansas State, Nebraska and Oklahoma State.
Personal: Parents are Russ and Kathy Reagan... an education major.