Will serve as one of four team captains in 2010...The second-leading receiver on the team last year and will be looked once again to provide leadership to that group...Wears No. 6 in honor of teammate Jasper Howard, who was murdered in October of 2009...First wore No. 6 for the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl...Was part of two BIG EAST Championship teams in 2010-11 as he ran on the men's outdoor track and field team...Huskies won conference title and was part of champion 4x100 meter relay team.
12 games played...second on the team with 41 catches, 604 yards (14.7 yards per catch)...5 TDs in 2011.
The second leading receiver for the Huskies...Had two or more receptions in each of the first ten games of 2010...Dating back to 2009, that streak reached 12 games...Has had two or more receptions in 18 of his last 21 games in a Husky uniform...Had five receptions in two different games in 2010...All four of his receiving TDs were in different games...Had a first quarter 36-yard TD reception against Pittsburgh (Nov. 11)...Had two receptions for 27 yards in Tostitos Fiesta Bowl vs. Oklahoma (Jan. 1)...Also saw kickoff duty for the Huskies and had eight returns during midseason for 169 yards.
Saw action in all 13 games with starts in three games ... Had 22 receptions for 370 yards with three TDs ... Had his first multiple reception game of the year with four receptions for 62 yards and a TD at West Virginia (Oct. 24) ... Also had four receptions for 77 games against Cincinnati (Nov. 7) ... Had two receptions for 13 yards in win at Notre Dame (Nov. 21), including a touchdown reception in the first of two overtimes ... Scored the first touchdown of the Papajohns.com Bowl vs. South Carolina (Jan. 2) when he made a terrific one-handed catch for a 37 yard score.
Led the Huskies in receptions as a redshirt freshman in 2008 with 27 catches for 273 yards ... Had four receptions in his collegiate debut vs. Hofstra (Aug. 28) and also had four vs. North Carolina (Oct. 4) ... Had three receptions vs. Virginia (Sept. 13), Cincinnati (Oct. 25) and Syracuse (Nov. 15) ... Had his first career TD reception vs. Rutgers (Oct. 18) on a 46-yard pass in the fourth quarter from Zach Frazer.
Named second-team All-State as a senior...A two-time All-Conference pick...Also twice named All-County...As a junior, caught 34 passes for 586 yards and three touchdowns as team qualified for the South Group 2 state playoffs...Member of 4x100 and 4x400 relay team
Kashif H. Moore ... Born on November 21, 1988 ... An economics major.