The Hoyas boast 12 wide receivers on their roster, including six who caught a pass last season
Tim Barnes ready to lead the Hoya offense
Alec May Named Al Blozis Award winner for team's most valuable player
Hoyas can't stifle Flyers rushing attack.
Michael Cimilluca and Javan Robinson talk about the end of spring ball
Football vs. Princeton - 10/8/16
The Georgetown football program celebrates their 2014 season before playing the annual Blue vs. Gray Spring Scrimmage.
Georgetown hosted Lehigh on Saturday, November 1, 2014 at Multi-Sport Field.
The Hoyas played its first road game of the 2014 season at Dayton University
2015: Missed junior season due to injury.
2014: Played in all 11 games during his sophomore season as a wide receiver...Finished with seven catches for 40 yards and four carries for 12 yards...Made his first collegiate reception vs. Wagner (8/30), a nine-yard catch...Had two catches for 15 yards at Dayton (9/6)...Had one carry for eight yards and one catch for 13 yards in win over Brown (9/20)...Was selected as the Robert Paul Dahut Most Improved Offensive Player at the conclusion of spring ball.
2013: Played in five games as a defensive back and on special teams during his freshman season...Made collegiate debut at Brown (9/21)...Had two tackles at Holy Cross (11/23)...Moved from cornerback to wide receiver during spring ball...Wore No. 47 as a freshman.
High School: A nine-time letterwinner, earning four in football as a wide receiver, four in baseball and one in track & field...Selected team captain in football for his senior season...Had 30 receptions for 615 yards and nine touchdowns during his senior season, leading team in receiving TD's, yards, receptions and yards per catch (20.5) in 2012...Helped team to a Metro Conference Championship in 2011...Also a four-time National Champion in Tae Kwon Do...Member of the National Honor Society and National Technical Honor Society...Coached in football by Marc Rankin.