VILLANOVA: All-Conference Candidate; Triple threat performer who can hurt you as a receiver, a runner and a return man; Owns six career 100-yard receiving games; Possesses good hands and quickness; Will be one of the top playmakers on the Villanova offense.
2004: Tallied a team-high 57 receptions for a team-high 686 yards and a team-high seven touchdowns, to go with 28 rushes for 227 yards and one touchdown and 24 punt returns for 247 yards; Posted three 100-yard receiving games; Had nine catches for 62 yards, four rushes for 30 yards, three punt returns for five yards and one kickoff return for 25 yards in season opener versus Bucknell; Tallied four catches for 31 yards and a touchdown, three rushes for 12 yards, three punt returns for 46 yards and one kickoff return for 12 yards against Lehigh; Registered one catch for seven yards, two rushes for -2 yards, five punt returns for 38 yards and two kickoff returns for 19 yards versus James Madison; Recorded two receptions for 13 yards, one rush for four yards and three punt returns for 39 yards against Penn; Posted five receptions for 31 yards and a touchdown, two rushes for five yards, two punt returns for two yards and five kickoff returns for 67 yards versus New Hampshire; Credited with seven catches for 113 yards and a 53-yard touchdown reception, four rushes for 49 yards and a touchdown and one punt return for three yards at Northeastern; Recorded five catches for 78 yards and two touchdowns, two rushes for nine yards, two punt returns for 51 yards and two kickoff returns for 40 yards versus Richmond; Tallied nine receptions for 114 yards and one touchdown, four rushes for 25 yards and one punt return for 10 yards versus Towson; Registered three catches for 45 yards and a score and two rushes for 15 yards at Rhode Island; Had five receptions for 70 yards, one carry for 20 yards, two punt returns for 14 yards and four kickoff returns for 69 yards at William & Mary; Recorded seven receptions for 122 yards, three carries for 37 yards, two punt returns for 39 yards and one kickoff return for three yards at Delaware.
2003: Named First team All-Atlantic 10; Finished second in the Atlantic 10 in all-purpose yardage, averaging 135.5 yards per game; Played in all 11 games and tallied a team-high 54 catches for 704 yards and two touchdowns, 28 rushes for 243 yards, 27 punt returns for 261 yards (9.7 yards per punt) and 14 kickoff returns for 292 yards (20.9 yards per return); Recorded three catches for 28 yards and one touchdown, one carry for 16 yards and three punt returns for 74 yards, including a 52 yard return in season opener versus Hampton; Registered five receptions for 123 yards, four carries for 22 yards, two kickoff returns for 50 yards and a punt return for seven yards versus Temple; Totaled five catches for 130 yards, three rushes for 56 yards and two punt returns for 19 yards at New Hampshire; Credited with five receptions for 29 yards, two carries for 14 yards and three punt returns for 34 yards against Northeastern; Posted eight receptions for 107 yards and a score, two carries for 30 yards and two kickoff returns for 45 yards versus James Madison; Tallied seven catches for 40 yards, three carries for 26 yards, four punt returns for 12 yards and a kickoff return for 20 yards at Rhode Island; Totaled four receptions for 56 yards, three carries for 16 yards, two punt returns for eight yards and a kickoff return for 23 yards against UMass; Recorded three catches for 76 yards, three rushes for one yard, five punt returns for 71 yards, including a 51-yard return and two kickoff returns for 34 yards at Richmond; Registered seven receptions for 74 yards, one rush for seven yards, three punt returns for 11 yards and three kickoff returns for 66 yards at Hofstra; Credited with three receptions for 33 yards, four carries for 32 yards, four punt returns for 25 yards and one kickoff for 14 yards at Maine; Posted four catches for eight yards, two carries for13 yards and two kickoff returns for 40 yards in season finale versus Delaware.
2002: Made five catches for 58 yards and returned six punts for 35 yards; Recorded one catch for 12 yards and one punt return for seven yards versus UNH; Tallied one reception for 11 yards and two punt returns for 26 yards including a season-long 24-yard return versus Penn; Had one catch for four yards at UMass; Registered two receptions for 31 yards, including a season-long 26-yarder; Recorded one punt return for six yards and one kickoff return for 27 yards at McNeese State.
MOUNT ST. JOSEPH HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters in football for head coach Mike Working, to go along with four letters in basketball and one in track; Associated Press All-State; Named Player of the Year by the Baltimore Touchdown Club; Three-time All-Conference performer; Selected to the 2001 All-Baltimore City/County Offensive first team; Chosen to play in the Super 44 All-Star Game (Virginia vs. Maryland); Broke four state receiving records: receiving yards in a season (1,428), touchdowns in a season (20), touchdowns in a career (41) and career receptions (167).
PERSONAL: Communications major; Only child of John and Linda Outlaw; Father, John, played four years with the New England Patriots (1968-72) and six years with the Philadelphia Eagles (1972-78); Born 2/8/84 in Columbia, Md.