Meet the key players for the Wildcats on the offensive side of the ball heading into the 2014 season.
Villanova defeated Stony Brook, 35-6, in its season home opener on September 21, 2013.
Villanova took on Boston College in its season opener on August 31, 2013 at Alumni Stadium in Chestnut Hill.
Villanova finished 8-4 (6-2) in 2012
Villanova defeated Rhode Island, 31-10, in its CAA opener on September 15, 2012.
Villanova: Versatile performer who can play all three wide receiver positions ... Has a good feel for the game ... Expected to be in the wide receiver rotation.
2013: Earned CAA All-Academic Team honors ... Played in all 11 games and had 18 catches for 201 yards and two touchdowns ... Made one reception for 13 yards at Boston College ... Tallied one catch for five yards against Stony Brook ... Recorded three receptions for 19 yards versus William & Mary ... Registered two catches for 18 yards at Towson ... Had one catch for 12 yards at New Hampshire ... Posted three receptions for 22 yards versus Maine ... Made a career-high four catches for a career-best 51 yards and his first two career touchdown receptions at James Madison ... Had one catch for eight yards at Rhode Island ... Credited with two receptions for 53 yards, including a career-long 39 yard grab versus Delaware.
2012: Earned a spot on the CAA All-Academic Team ... Played in six games and had three catches for 34 yards ... Had one reception for 12 yards at Temple ... Posted one catch for 12 yards at Maine ... Tallied one reception for 10 yards versus James Madison.
Allentown Central Catholic High School: Two-time first team all-state performer ... 2011 Allentown Morning Call Player of the Year ... Selected to play in the Big 33 Game where he was captain of the Pennsylvania team ... Member of the 2010 PIAA state championship football team ... Conference MVP ... Set six Pennsylvania state receiving records ... Earned four letters in both football and lacrosse ... National Honor Society member.
Personal: Born 9/28/93 in Cincinnati, Ohio ... One of five children of James and Barbara Gulyas ... Sister, Amy, played volleyball at Villanova from 2006-10 ... Brother, Scott, played football at Johns Hopkins ... Father played football at Kentucky.