Earned four varsity letters…appeared in 45 games, 25 as a starter…recorded 164 career receptions, sixth in school history, and 1,911 career receiving yards…caught 19 career touchdown passes, tied for fourth-most in school history…posted four 100-yard games.
SENIOR (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games, starting final 10…second on team and fifth in Pac-12 Conference with 78 receptions, third-most in WSU single-season history…recorded 972 receiving yards, second on team and seventh in Pac-12…caught 12 touchdowns, tied for first in Pac-12, seventh-most nationally and tied for second-most in WSU single-season history…posted three 100-yard games…averaged 12.5 yards-per-catch…caught six passes of 25+ yards including two for touchdowns…caught six passes for 94 yards and two touchdowns (4, 14) in season-opener against Rutgers…made nine catches for 102 yards at Nevada…made career highs of 11 receptions, 227 yards and three touchdowns in win over Portland State…the 227 receiving yards were eighth-most in WSU single-game history…started, caught six passes for 28 yards against No. 2 Oregon…caught nine passes for 96 yards and two touchdowns (16, 9) against California…made eight catches for 53 yards at No. 25 Stanford…recorded six receptions for 95 yards and touchdowns (37, 18) against No. 15 Arizona…caught a 12-yard touchdown against USC…made seven catches for 53 yards and a five-yard touchdown in win at Oregon State…made seven catches for 111 yards and a 20-yard touchdown at No. 13 Arizona State…made three receptions for 66 yards in Apple Cup…presented WSU’s Frank Butler Award with Lyman Faoliu for Cougar spirit…selected to play in the College Gridiron Showcase.
JUNIOR (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 13 games, making nine starts…caught 37 passes for 425 yards and three touchdowns…made two receptions at Auburn…made two catches for 18 yards in win at No. 25 USC…caught four passes for 45 yards including a 10-yard touchdown in win over Idaho…had a 30-yard reception in win at California…made five catches for 72 yards at No. 2 Oregon…caught three passes for 38 yards including the go-ahead 25-yard touchdown in the win at Arizona…recorded season highs of seven receptions for 83 yards in win over Utah…caught four passes for 24 yards at Washington…started, made three receptions for 45 yards including a 22-yard touchdown against Colorado State in the New Mexico Bowl.
SOPHOMORE (2012): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in nine games, making five starts…fourth on team with 42 receptions and 438 receiving yards…caught four touchdown passes, tied for second-most on team…made five catches for 50 yards at BYU…made six receptions for 58 yards and two touchdowns (2, 17) in win over Eastern Washington…made first career start, caught six passes for 65 yards including an 18-yard touchdown in win at UNLV…started, made seven catches for 62 yards with a 15-yard touchdown against Colorado…caught two passes for 12 yards in start against No. 2 Oregon in Seattle…started, made three receptions for 25 yards at No. 14 Oregon State…started, posted career-highs of eight catches and 108 yards, first career 100-yard performance, against California…caught one pass for 11 yards at Arizona State…had four receptions for 47 yards in Apple Cup victory over Washington.
FRESHMAN (2011): Enrolled in Jan., 2011 for spring semester and participated in spring drills...earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 games, mainly on special teams…caught seven passes for 76 yards…had two catches for 16 yards against Idaho State…caught two passes for 35 yards including a 25-yarder against UNLV…had two catches for 12 yards against No. 7 Stanford…had a 13-yard reception against Oregon State.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Earned two varsity letters at the wide receiver position under head coach Robert Head...As a JUNIOR was listed as the top underclassman wide receiver by the Orlando Sentinel... recorded 437 receiving yards playing alongside Northwestern-bound receiver Rashad Lawrence...SENIOR year was listed as the second best wide receiver in Central Florida by one publication, and the top wide receiver at the Badger Sport Elite 7-on-7 competition...named most valuable player in team’s season opener after posting 12 receptions and more than 100 receiving yards...ranked No. 32 on Orlando Sentinel’s Central Florida Super 60 list.
Born in Erie, Pa...parents Gary Myers and Amy Logan...stepfather, Lo Wood...has two brothers and two sisters...stepbrother, Lo Wood Jr. played football at Notre Dame...brother, Gary played football at Eastern Kentucky...honor roll student in high school...sociology major.