Fresno State: A talented and explosive player who has emerged as one of the WAC's best receivers ... coming off a solid season and had an incredible spring ... has great hands and the ability to take tacklers' miss ... has tremendous speed and instincts for the game ... can go across the middle and make tough catches ... proved last season that he can become a clutch receiver. (2009): Developed as a major weapon as the season progressed, finished No. 2 on the team in receptions and yards behind Seyi Ajirotutu (San Diego Chargers) ... has 37 receptions for 503 yards and five touchdowns ... scored four touchdowns in the final four games of the season ... had a career-high of seven receptions, two for touchdowns, in the New Mexico Bowl ... had four receptions for 98 yards, including a 57-yard touchdown against Nevada ... made one of the most spectacular plays of the season at Illinois when he score a touchdown with 2 seconds remaining by stretching the ball over the goal line ... had four receptions for 57 yards and a touchdown against Big East champ Cincinnati ... (2008): Redshirted. (2007): Played in 11 games with 5 catches for 80 yards as a wide receiver ... had a season high of 39 yards against Kansas State.
High School: A standout player who led team in receiving with 51 receptions for 803 yards and 11 touchdowns ... on special teams, had 12 punt returns on the year for 208 yards ... ranked second on team his senior year in scoring with 80 total points ... an integral part of his high school squad that went 12-1 in 2005 while winning their league and making it to the North Coast Section Division 4A championship game ... a first-team All-Hayward Area selection ... named to the All-East Bay team ... a member of the San Francisco Chronicle's all-Metro team.
Personal: Born December 7, 1988 ... parents' names are Kaunna and Don Moffett ... former High School teammates are fellow Bulldogs Nico Herron and Damion Owens ... studying kinesiology and likes playing video games and sleeping... also recruited by Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon, Washington ... chose Fresno State because he felt close to the coaching staff and players.
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