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2015 NFL SCOUTING COMBINE
2015 SENIOR BOWL
2014 ALL-BIG 12
2013 ALL-BIG 12, UNANIMOUS FIRST TEAM
2013 BILETNIKOFF AWARD SEMI-FINALIST
2013 EARL CAMPBELL TYLER ROSE AWARD SEMI-FINALIST
All-American receiver, ranked fourth on school career receiving TDs list (21), sixth on career receiving yards list (2,366) and ninth on all-time catches (150)... Played in 2015 Senior Bowl... 2015 NFL Scouting Combine invitee... Member of winningest class in school history, in five seasons with program part of school-record five straight bowl teams, two conference championships (2013 & 2014 Big 12 titles), two bowl wins in four seasons of play following redshirt year -- incredible 26-1 home record (40-12 overall)... Earned All-Big 12 honors in both seasons as starter (2013 & 2014), semifinalist for 2013 Biletnikoff and Campbell Tyler Rose Awards as junior when totaled 71 receptions and 1,339 yards... Finished top 10 in all four major BU career receiving categories (top three above and sixth in yards-per-game at 49.29... Also ranked top 10 on following school career listings: tied for third with 12 100-yard reception games, seventh on all-purpose yardage (3,533), seventh on kick return average (23.04), 10th on kick return yardage (1,037) and 10th on kick returns (45)... Compiled 17-game reception streak spanning sophomore and junior seasons... Timed at 4.41 in 40-yard dash... Has squatted 660 pounds, second-highest mark on team (at any position), broad jump measured at 10 feet, 7 inches... Strong, versatile athlete used as receiver, returner and rusher in 48 career games and 30 career starts.
2014 (Senior): Earned second-team (ESPN) and honorable mention (coaches) All-Big 12 recognition following injury-shortened senior season... Played 11 of team's 13 games, finished with 60 receptions, 830 yards and six TDs... Averaged 75.5 yards per game, ranked 10th in Big 12 and ninth-best single-season in school history, despite missing all but first drive in one stat-less game... Ranked fifth in Big 12 with 5.5 receptions per game... Left season-opening win over SMU after first drive due to quad injury, sat out subsequent two games... Started season's final 10 games... Rushed eight times for 71 yards on season, had one kick return for 19 yards... Returned from injury with six receptions and 114 yards in start in win at Iowa State in team's fourth game... Made season's first TD, and became school's 13th receiver to top 100 career catches, in win at Texas in fifth game (four receptions, 69 yards)... Tied career high with two TDs, had eight catches and season-high 158 yards in memorable 61-58 comeback win over No. 9 TCU in sixth game... First TCU TD was season-long 66-yarder, second was crucial 28-yard finger-tip grab during fourth-quarter comeback... Nominated for national Capital One Cup Impact Performer for efforts in TCU win... Had 132 yards and TD on season-high-tying nine receptions at West Virginia in seventh game... Tied season-high with nine catches (92 yards) in win at No. 16 Oklahoma (school's first-ever win in Norman) in ninth game... Made season-high three carries for 26 yards, added two receptions for 24 yards, in win over Oklahoma State in 10th game... Had season-high 33-yard rush, and tied season-high with nine catches for 116 yards and huge 58-yard TD catch in win over No. 9 Kansas State that clinched share of Big 12 championship and berth in New Year's Six bowl... Tied season-high with nine catches for 93 yards in Cotton Bowl vs. No. 7 Michigan State.
2013 (Junior): Starter in all 13 games, named All-America wide receiver... Breakout season, totaled 71 catches, 1,339 yards and 13 TDs... Consensus first-team All-Big 12 selection, semifinalist for Biletnikoff and Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Awards... Earned All-America honors from CBSSports.com (second team), Athlon (third team), Phil Steele (third team) and SI.com (honorable mention)... Led Big 12 and ranked eighth nationally in receiving TDs (13), second-highest single-season total in school history... Finished 13th nationally, second in Big 12, with 1,339 yards (103.0/game), third-highest single-season total and average in school history... 5.5 receptions per game ranked fourth in league, 71 catches fifth-highest single-season total at Baylor... Averaged 107.5 all-purpose yards, fourth in Big 12... 18.86 yards per reception ranked sixth on BU's single-season list... Totaled eight 100-yard games, one shy of school record... Also made six rushes for 33 yards and one kick return for 25 yards on season... Scored on 83-yard reception, 11th-longest pass play in school history, in win over Buffalo in second game, totaled four catches for 124 yards... Totaled 156 yards and career-high two TDs (including 65-yarder) on five receptions in win over ULM in third game... Made seven receptions for 170, including 61-yard TD, in win over West Virginia in fourth game... Had 129 yards and 72-yard TD on four catches in win at Kansas State in fifth game... Had career highs of 11 receptions, 182 yards and two TDs in win over Iowa State in sixth game... Earned Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Player of Week honors Oct. 21 following performance vs. ISU... Fifth straight 100-yard receiving game... Had seven-game TD-reception streak snapped in win at Kansas in seventh game, made two catches before leaving with minor injury... Matched career-high of two touchdowns on team-high six receptions in win over No. 12 Oklahoma in eighth game... Topped 100 yards with TD in each of next two games, vs. Texas Tech and at No. 11 Oklahoma State (10 catches)... Made eight receptions for 114 yards and TD in historic win over No. 23 Texas that clinched Big 12 championship and school's first-ever BCS Bowl berth, also had only kick return of season for 25 yards.
2012 (Sophomore): Played all 13 games, started five as sophomore receiver and kick returner to earn second letter... Totaled 17 receptions for 171 yards and two TDs on season... Team's primary kick returner totaled 543 yards on 24 attempts, ranked seventh in Big 12 with 22.6 yards-per-return average... Also rushed four times for 26 yards... Started season-opening win over SMU and had two receptions for six yards and two kick returns for 39 yards... Had season-high four kick returns for 81 yards in win over Sam Houston State in second game (no catches)... Returned two kicks for 33 yards and did not play from scrimmage in win at ULM in third game... Scored first career touchdown on only reception (seven yards) and added three kick returns for 70 yards at No. 9 West Virginia in fourth game... Started and totaled two catches for 19 yards and one 19-yard KR vs. TCU in fifth game... Made season-high three receptions for 34 yards, including season-long 17-yarder, and returned two kicks for 42 yards in starting role at Texas in sixth game... Had three kick returns for 67 yards and zero receptions at Iowa State in seventh game... Made nine of season's 17 total receptions over final four games - had multiple receptions in each... Started and had two receptions for 26 yards and 30-yard kick return in upset of No. 1 Kansas State in 10th game... Had season-high 140 all-purpose yards in win over Texas Tech in 11th game, season-high-tying three catches for 37 yards and career-high 103 yards on three kick returns, including season-best 42-yarder... Made all four rushes over final two games... Totaled 92 all-purpose yards, 21 on three runs, 23 on two receptions and 48 on two kick returns in win over No. 24 Oklahoma State in 12th game... Started and had two catches for 19 yards and one TD as well as one rush for five yards in Holiday Bowl win over No. 17 UCLA.
2011 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in 11 of 13 games as inside receiver and kick returner, making one start (missed two games to injury)... Earned first career letter... Totaled two catches for 26 yards and added 19 kick returns for 451 yards... Averaged 23.7 yards-per-kick return... Made collegiate debut in season-opening win vs. No. 14 TCU, did not record any stats... Career-first reception (14 yards) came in game two win vs. Stephen F. Austin... Returned five kicks for 125 total yards, including a season-long 49-yarder in game four loss at No. 21 Texas A&M... Had two kick returns for 39 yards in game five loss at No. 3 Oklahoma State... Second catch of season came in game 10 win over No. 5 Oklahoma, a 12-yard reception... Had three kick returns for 78 yards, including a 33-yarder, in game 11 win vs. Texas Tech... Returned kick 41 yards in game 12 win vs. Texas... Totaled three kick returns for 90 yards in Valero Alamo Bowl win over Washington.
2010 (True Freshman): Sat out first season at Baylor and participated on practice squad, redshirted to retain eligibility... Dressed for one game but did not see any game action.
High School: Three-sport standout at Midland (Texas) High School played receiver, defensive back and returned kicks in football... Three-year starter under head coach Craig Yenzer at MHS, finished career with school-record 1,747 receiving yards... Ranked No. 73 nationally among wide receiver prospects by ESPN.com and 118th by Scout.com... Among top 20 receivers in state on Dave Campbell's Texas Football Top 300 recruit listing... Honorable mention 2009 AP Class 5A All-State wide receiver as senior... Named first-team All-District 2-5A and first-team All-Permian Basin (by Odessa American) after totaling 613 yards on 38 receptions and four TD catches, four rushes for 55 yards and one rushing TD, and three TDs on kick returns as senior... As junior had 761 receiving yards on 30 receptions and caught 11 TDs, also returned two punts for scores, one kickoff for touchdown (in second round of playoffs) and totaled four interceptions as free safety... Earned 2008 second-team All-District 2-5A honors... Helped Midland to 8-4 record and area finals as junior in 2008... Totaled 19 receptions and 378 yards with five touchdowns as sophomore in 2007... Starting point guard on Midland basketball team, also letterman in track and field.
Personal: Son of Antwan Goodley and LaSandra Bowers... Full name is Antwan Fontain Goodley, Jr.... Born Sept. 6, 1991, in Midland, Texas... Majored in health, human performance and recreation studies.