On the Hoosiers career lists, Latimer's 135 catches and 2,152 yards are seventh, and his 17 touchdowns are tied for fifth. The Dayton, Ohio, native recorded five 100-yard games in 2013, which is tied for third in a single season, and owns seven in his career, which is tied for fourth.
Latimer became the fifth Hoosier to surpass 1,000 yards in a season and his total of 1,096 ranks third all-time at IU. His 72 receptions are fourth and his nine scores are ninth. On the Hoosiers career lists, Latimer's 135 catches and 2,152 yards are seventh, and his 17 touchdowns are tied for fifth. The Dayton, Ohio, native recorded five 100-yard games in 2013, which is tied for third in a single season, and owns seven in his career, which is tied for fourth.
Led the team with 805 yards, 67.1 yards per game and a 15.8 average per reception ... shared the lead with six touchdowns and finished second with 51 catches ... started 10 times and played in all 12 games ... second in the Big Ten in yards per game, tied for fourth in receiving TDs and seventh in receptions per game (4.2) ... recorded two 100-yard games and reached 60 yards eight times ... caught five-or-more passes six times ... led the team in yardage five times and in receptions three times ... hauled in a team-high 11 20-yard catches, including eight over 30 ... collected a career-high seven receptions and three touchdowns to go along with 113 yards in win over Iowa ... three scores are tied for the second-most in school history (10 times) ... made four grabs for a career-high 115 yards and two TDs against Ball State, including a career-long 70-yarder ... netted 97 yards on four receptions with 44- and 33-yarders ... posted five catches for 67 yards and one score at Purdue and added seven grabs for 68 yards against No. 8 Ohio State ... two-time IU offensive player of the week (Ball State and Iowa).
Played in eight games with two starts ... missed the final three games with an injury ... made 12 receptions for 141 yards with two touchdowns ... hauled in a 44-yard score at North Texas.
Wide receiver and defensive back for head coach Daniel Parks at Jefferson Township High School ... first team all-conference selection hauled in 42 catches for 722 yards and six touchdowns in addition to 372 rushing yards, six TDs and 27 carries in just eight games as a senior ... made 89 tackles, four interceptions (one score) and forced two fumbles ... on special teams, returned 13 kickoffs for 450 yards and four touchdowns and added one punt return TD ... rated the No. 19 prospect in Ohio and the No. 49 wide receiver nationally by Rivals.com ... rated the top wide receiver in Ohio by OhioVarsity.com ... caught 45 passes for 960 yards and eight scores as a junior ... rushed for 260 yards on 24 attempts and six touchdowns ... also led the team with 95 tackles ... two-year football letterwinner also played basketball and baseball.
Honor roll student ... parents are Tonya and Robert Dunson ... born on Oct. 10, 1992, Cody Derek Latimer is a general studies major.
- At least Cody Latimer joins the Broncos with his eyes wide open. The Broncos' second-round pick knows that being a potential target of the uber-studious Peyton Manning means reaching the level of diligence and attention to detail that few receivers have to meet. "He demands a lot," Latimer said. "He takes control of his team, he wants to win. He wants his guys to know what they're doing obviously so he can trust you, so he knows wherever he puts the ball that you're going to be at the spot to get it. "I plan on coming here and living under him. I'm going to spend every day, I want to make sure I know what he knows. He's going to help me become a better receiver and I'm going to do what I can to help this organization win."
Denver traded up with the 49ers to get Latimer, moving up seven spots from the No. 63 slot to nab him. "We were waiting and trying to be patient with it and see how many guys were going to get down to us. The players that we wanted, once they started disappearing, that's when we decided we wanted to move up," said general manager John Elway. - The Sports Xchange
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