2015 NFL DRAFT

Devon Wylie, WR

School: Fresno State  |  Conference: WAC
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Roseville, CA
Height/Weight: 5-09 / 187 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
236307
2011 Season
Named a third team All-American as a punt returner by Yahoo! Sports ... fourth team All-America pick by Phil Steele as a punt returner ... honorable mention All-America pick as a punt returner by Sports Illustrated ... second team All-WAC selection as a special teams performer ... played in all 13 games, making five starts at wide receiver ... led the team with 56 receptions ... led the WAC and ranked fifth nationally by averaging 15.38 yards per punt return ... returned two punts for a touchdown - the first was a 67 yarder at No. 10 Nebraska and the second was a 79-yard TD vs. No. 5 Boise State ... his punt return for a touchdown at Nebraska was the first allowed by the Huskers in 10 years ... had six-straight games from Sept. 10-Oct. 15 where he returned a punt for 30 yards or longer ... finished the season with 29 punt returns for 446 yards ... was second on the team with 716 yards receiving with one touchdown ... averaged 12.8 yards per catch with a long of 71 at Nevada and averaged 55.1 yards per game ... had eight receptions of 20 or more yards on the year ... posted two 100-yard receiving games on the year in back-to-back weeks at Nevada and vs. Louisiana Tech ... his 13 receptions against La Tech were the most by any player in the WAC in 2011 and the most by a Bulldog since Bernard Berrian also grabbed 13 against No. 20 Boise State on Nov. 16, 2003 ... finished with 149 yards receiving against Louisiana Tech and one touchdown ... had five games with five or more receptions, including seven catches for 97 yards at San Diego State to close out the year ... ran eight times for 48 yards.
2010 Season
Redshirted after suffering an injury early in the season.
2009 Season
Led the team with four touchdown receptions through the first six games before an injury sidelined him for the next four games ... fourth on the team in receiving yards, and is second behind Seyi Ajirotutu in touchdowns (4) and second behind Marlon Moore in yards per catch (16.4) ... had a career-high 114 yards, including a 70-yard touchdown reception against Wisconsin ... scored touchdowns against Boise State, Hawaii and San Jose State ... led the team with 12 punt returns.
2008 Season
Despite missing four games due to injuries, still ranked third on the team with 21 receptions ... scored his first career touchdown against No. 10 Wisconsin on a 47-yard play... averaged 12.9 yards per receptions, second-best on the team for a receiver ... was averaging 31 yards per reception after the first two games of the season before the injury ... had a career-high six receptions against Utah State ... averaged 15 yards per gain on three carries.
High School
A third-team all-state selection ... scored 19 touchdowns as a senior, 15 on the ground as he rushed for nearly 1,000 yards and had 532 receiving yards ... caught four touchdown passes ... averaged 7.9 yards per carry and nearly 14 yards per reception ... selected the offensive team MVP ... first-team All-Metro by the Sacramento Bee ... Sierra Foothills League MVP ... helped the Grizzlies to a 9-2 record ... rated as the 19th best receiver in California by one recruiting service.
Personal
Born Sept. 2, 1988 ... parents are Lori and Doug Wylie ...has one brother, Doug and one sister ,Dene ... comes from the same high school that produced former Bulldog star and Atlanta Falcons receiver Adam Jennings ... lists Walter Payton as his favorite athlete ... also recruited by Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Nevada, Washington and Washington State.
 
 
Latest News
04/30/2012 - A closer look at the Chiefs picks: Round 4/107 - Devon Wylie, WR, 5-9, 186, Fresno State...Wylie brings the element of speed to the roster that they desperately need, especially on special teams where he shined at Fresno returning punts. He could easily become the Wes Welker of the K.C. offense. COULD SURPRISE: Wide receiver Devon Wylie: Maybe the first of the Chiefs draft class that sees regular playing time, thanks to his background in the slot on offense and participating in special teams as a punt returner. - The Sports Xchange

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