Fresno State: Has emerged as big-play threat and will contend for All-WAC honors as a senior ... a great athlete with range and ability to stretch a defense ... can go up and get deep balls ... coming off his best season as a Bulldog ... averaging 16.9 yards per receptions in his career (if he had enough receptions, would rank No. 5 among NCAA active players) ... has shown a knack for making tough catches over the middle ... wearing jersey No. 2, a number most recently worn by 2007 MVP and NFL Pro Bowl player Clifton Smith (Tampa Bay Bucs) and All-American Bernard Berrian (Minnesota Vikings). (2008) Led the team in receiving with 714 yards, on 44 receptions ... had five touchdowns including a season long reception of 77 yards against Rutgers ... had seven receptions for 137 yards and two touchdowns at Louisiana Tech ... scored his first career touchdown against Idaho ... ranked 10th in conference games for receiving yards per game at 52.5 yards a contest ... ranked sixth overall in receiving yards per game at 59.5 ... had three receptions for 116 yards against Rutgers. (2007) Fourth on the team with 491 receiving yards in 12 games ... Averaged 16.9 yards per game, best average on the team ... had a season-high 76 yards against Kansas State ... had a season-long 42 yard reception against Boise State. (2006) Saw limited late season action due to an injury suffered in fall camp ... finished the year with four receptions for 34 yards. (2005) Redshirted.
High School: Selected the Most Valuable Player on the Sacramento Bee All-Metro team after leading Oak Ridge to the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II championship ... caught 77 passes for 1,205 yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior, leading all divisions in the Sac-Joaquin section ... averaged 15.6 yards per catch ... selected the Sierra Conference co-Defensive Player of the Year with 95 tackles, five interceptions and a blocked punt ... selected first-team all-league as a defensive back as a junior after making 70 tackles and picked off five passes ... had a monster game in the section championship against Del Oro with six receptions for 194 yards and three touchdowns, and at safety he made 15 tackles, eight of them solo ... two-year varsity letterwinner ... Cal-Hi Sports second-team all-state pick ... first-team All-Nor Cal selection ... also recruited by Boise State and UNLV.
Personal: Born June 12, 1987 ... parents are Leke and Wilma Ajirotutu ... has one brother, Toyin and one sister, Yemi ... hobbies include playing video games ... lists favorite athlete as Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Johnson.
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