Sidney Baker
Sidney  Baker


Atlanta, Ga.

High School:
Booker T. Washington

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 180



2007: Appeared in 10 games ... Fourth on the team in receptions ... Caught 28 passes for 255 yards, a 9.1 per game average ... Caught a career-high 10 passes for 111 yards against Fordham ... Averaged 5.5 catches and 49 yards per game in the last four games of the season ... Caught six passes for 35 yards at Bucknell ... Had two catches for 18 yards at Marist and closed out the season with four receptions for 32 yards against Colgate.

2006: Appeared in all 11 games ... Caught 13 passes for 98 yards and two touchdowns ... Had four catches for 32 yards in the season opener against Holy Cross ... Caught two passes for 25 yards and the lone touchdown of the game in a win over Stony Brook ... Reeled in a touchdown reception and two catches for 14 yards against Brown.

2005: Appeared in every game last season ... Started three of the final five games ... Also appeared on special teams ... Tied for the team lead with 15 receptions ... Had 207 yards in receiving ... Averaged 13.8 yards per catch ... Caught at least two passes in four games ... Had three catches for 30 yards at Holy Cross ... Career-best four catches for 40 yards at Stony Brook ... Had a season-high 47-yard grab to start the winning drive in GU's 24-21 win over Fordham ... Three catches for 50 yards - including a 43-yard reception - against Davidson.

High School: Born on January 19, 1987 in Atlanta ... The son of Ida Mae Moss ... Has a brother, DeMarcu, and two sisters, Cynthia and Shakita ... Played football for Booker T. Washington ... Also played baseball and basketball and ran track ... Led football team to region championship ... Named team's most valuable wide receiver and a two-time recipient of the scholar-athlete award ... Recipient of the Atlanta Sports Club Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... As a senior, caught 30 passes for 325 yards and five touchdowns.

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