This 21-year-old wide receiver was drafted in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft, and with a 42-inch vertical leap and some impressive plays during OTAs, his future looks more than promising. The All-American from Penn State spent the final weeks of his Jaguars rookie season with a broken foot, but is back and better than ever. Oh, and his favorite cereal is Frosted Flakes. He keeps it classic.
You’re not at practice and you’re not at a game. Where will we find you?
I’m probably just chilling out at home. I’m not really a big beach guy because I’m from the city.
Favorite places to eat/drink around town?
Eating wise, Salt Life and I get the fried shrimp.
What was the first thing you bought when you signed with the Jaguars?
I didn’t really buy anything. I did rent my house though!
Tell us a little about your charity involvement.
Right now I’m working on my foundation, but a few months back I threw the first pitch at the Detriot Tigers game and gave 60 tickets to the veterans foundation. I’ve also worked with Hopes for Dreams.
Who is your #1 fan?
By far, my mom. She’s always been really involved and been to majority of my games.
We hear you have some really awesome ink. Tell us a story about your favorite tattoo.
I would say my favorite is the one I got on Ink Masters. It took around 5 hours.
Coming into my second year, I’m kind of used to everything. I’m very comfortable with it now, so I’m just looking forward to going out there and being at my best.
Who is your football idol or idol in general?
Randy Moss is definitely my football idol. My dad is my idol in general.
If you weren’t playing football, what would you be doing?
Breakfast, lunch or dinner? Also, what’s your favorite food in general?
Dinner by far; steak, seafood or both
Tell us something that people may not know about you.
That I have a lot of tattoos because they’re not all visible. I have about 20.
Favorite thing about Jacksonville.
I would say the weather being from up north.
What are you most looking forward to this season?
Coming into my second year, I’m kind of used to everything. I have my rhythm as far as what I like to do daily and during the season I have my routine. I’m very comfortable with it now, so I’m just looking forward to going out there and being at my best.
What’s one thing you want to tell the Jacksonville fans?
Let’s get as many fans as possible to the pre-game!
By Devin Rawiszer and Charles White