The Sporting News Calls Huskie Stadium the MAC's Most Intimidating
Defenses Force Six Turnovers; Young Players Shine
Spring Game Statistics
Huskies Raise Orange Bowl Flag and Seniors Receive Rings
Highlights from the Huskies historic game
Players and coach Rod Carey visit children at Baptist Children Hospital
Behind the scenes look at the new uniforms
Lots of sand, lots of food and jet skis.
The Huskies arrive in Miami
The Huskies opened the new year at Sun Life Stadium in the Orange Bowl versus Florida State, falling 31-10 to FSU.
Enters his true sophomore season with 30 kick returns for 755 yards and two touchdowns. Ran the ball eight times for 74 yards and one touchdown.
2012: Has 14 catches for 193 yards and two TDs, 15 kickoff returns for 331 yards and 10 rushes for 75 yards and a score... Made a career-high five catches for 33 yards vs. Kansas... Scored two TDs at Army, on a 21-yard end around and a career-long 69-yard catch... Caught four passes for 52 yards vs. UT Martin and two for 79 yards at Army... Returned five kickoffs for 112 yards at Ball State with a season-long 43-yard return.
2011: Saw action in the last 11 games of the season after making his collegiate debut versus Cal Poly (9-24). Earned the Freshman Offensive Player of the Year award from the coaching staff. Led NIU with 30 kickoff returns for 755 yards - a 25.2-yard average - and two touchdowns. Tied the NIU record for most kickoff returns touchdowns in a season and a career. Totaled 829 all-purpose yards to rank third on the team. Added 74 rushing yards on eight carries with a touchdown. Averaged 9.2 yards per rush. Finished the season with eight returns of 25 yards or longer. Ranked fourth in the conference and 34th in the country in kickoff returns. Finished the season as one of nine players in the Football Bowl Subdivision and one of three freshmen - joining Oregon's De'Anthony Thomas and Notre Dame's George Atkinson III - to return two or more kickoffs for a touchdown. The lone FBS player to return two kickoffs for touchdowns in the same game during the season. Returned two kickoffs for touchdowns at Toledo (11-1), breaking the record for longest kick return in Glass Bowl history to earn MAC West Specialist of the Week and NIU Special Teams Player of the Week honors. His 100-yard return on the game's opening kickoff ranked as the longest play of the season for the Huskies. The 100-yard touchdown tied the school record for longest scoring play and set the mark for longest kickoff return. His 95-yard return on the next kickoff tied for ninth-longest play and fifth-longest kickoff return in NIU history. Became one of 13 players in FBS history and the first Huskie ever to return two kickoffs for a touchdown in the same game. Had three kickoff returns of 29 yards or longer against Ball State (11-15). Scored his first career touchdown against Cal Poly (9-24) on a nine-yard end-around. Rushed for a career-high 35 yards on two carries against Ball State (11-15). Had a 20-yard rush against Eastern Michigan to kickstart NIU's first scoring drive. Posted his third-longest kick return of the season against Central Michigan (10-1) with a 36-yard scamper.
High School: Four-year varsity letterwinner and two-time team captain. Finished senior season as the area's fifth-leading receiver with 792 yards on 44 catches and 12 touchdowns. Added three rushing yards on two carries to his season totals in 2010. Had a 95-yard kick-off return for touchdown as well. Helped Dwyer to a 12-2 record and a spot in the 2010 Class 4A semifinals. Competed in the Palm Beach County/Treasure Coast All-Star Football Game. Also participated in the Lytal Reiter Smith Ivey and Fronrath Trail Attorneys High School Football All-Star Game, playing against his brother, Martavius. Made ESPN SportsCenter's Top 10 plays with a controversial late-game grab that was ruled incomplete against Glenville (OH) in the Kirk Herbstreit National Kickoff Classic in 2010. Transferred to Dwyer for his senior season after previously playing at Palm Beach Lakes High School. Tallied 36 yards on five receptions in 2009 at Palm Beach Lakes High School.
Personal: Born October 24, 1992 in West Palm Beach, Florida. Son of Emma Garcia. Undecided major. Admires Dexter McCluster.
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