Union City, Calif.
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5-11 / 185
In 2000: Played in every game, including four as a starter
One of six OU players to catch more than 20 passes and gain 250 yards
Ended the regular season seventh on the squad in catches and receiving yards
Caught at least one pass in every game but Kansas State (regular-season meeting)
Had caught one pass in 17 straight games until the KSU game
Began the year with 13 catches and 179 yards in the first six games
Recorded 13 catches for 96 yards in the final six outings
Had a season-best five receptions versus Kansas and 54 yards against UTEP
Lone touchdown was a 26-yard strike in OUs win over Arkansas State
Was the Sooners second leading receiver in the national championship game against Florida State
Had four catches for 23 yards
Also filled in as a kick returner
Recorded three returns for 68 yards, including a career-best 35-yarder in the Kansas win
Also returned one punt 14 yards.
In 1999: One of three outstanding freshmen receivers who recorded a monster season
Played in all 12 games and finished fifth on the team in receptions (28) and yards (319)
Posted four games with a career-high four catches (Baylor, Louisville, Notre Dame and Texas Tech)
Became one of five OU freshmen ever to log four or more catches in a single game
Had a career-high 62 yards in the Texas Tech game
Tied for second on the squad in touchdown catches with four
Had two in the game at Louisville
Joined Jarrail Jackson as the only other Sooner to record a pair of touchdown receptions in one game
Recorded two catches for 14 yards in the Independence Bowl
Made the move to the offensive side of the ball during spring practice
Ended the season with a streak of 12 games with at least one reception
Ranked third all-time among OU freshmen (15th among all players) for catches in a season with 28
Also finished his first season third on the all-time freshman list for receiving yards (319).
In 1998: Worked out with the defensive backs during his redshirt year.
In high school: High school teammate of fellow Sooner Roy Williams
Played seven different positions during his high school career
Saw time at receiver, running back, safety, cornerback, kick returner, punt returner and quarterback
An All-State selection as a defensive back
Led the California prep ranks in punt return yardage
Holds the school record for touchdowns on special teams with five
Helped lead James Logan High School to a four-year record of 38-10, a pair of North Coast Section Class 4A championship appearances (1994 and 1997) and two semifinal appearances (1995 and 1996)
Was clocked at 4.4 seconds in the 40-yard dash
Coached by Neal Fromson.
The wrapup: Runs the 40 in 4.48 seconds
Placed third all-time among OU freshman (15th among all players) for catches in a season with 28
Also finished his first season at OU third on the all-time freshman list for receiving yards (319)
Born: May 2, 1980, in Hayward, California
Parents: Richard and Judy Mackey
Major: managament information system.