2007: As a redshirt freshman quarterback, saw action in three games--at No. 22 TCU, vs. Rice and at No. 20 Kansas, to earn first Baylor letter ... Was 5-of-18 passing with two interceptions for 33 yards and no touchdowns on season ... Registered career-highs in pass completions (three), attempts (eight) and yards (15) at TCU in career debut ... Completed career-long 11-yard pass vs. Rice ... Nineteen of 48 snaps played on season were as the holder on the Bears' extra-point and field goal units.
2006: Sat out his true freshman year as a redshirt.
High School: Pflugerville High School, Pflugerville, Texas ... In lone season as the Panthers' starting signal caller, completed 84-of-184 passes for 1,688 yards and 13 touchdowns with five interceptions ... Also rushed 66 times for 133 yards and two touchdowns ... Earned 2005 first-team District 15-5A honors both in the classroom and on field ... 2005 team co-captain ... Threw for season-high 205 yards and three touchdowns against Austin Westlake in opening round of playoffs, then came back with a 192-yard effort vs. A&M Consolidated ... Led Panthers to a 7-5 record, a district runner-up finish and the second-round of 2005 Class 5A Division II playoffs ... 2005 Waco Tribune-Herald and Port Arthur News Top 100 member ... 2005 Texas Football Texas Top 300 pick despite seeing limited action as a junior behind Texas Tech signee Todd Walker ... Threw for 323 yards (15-of-35) with five touchdowns and three interceptions as a junior for the bi-district champion Panthers ... Made one start as a junior ... Also considered Texas Tech, Purdue, Houston and UTEP ... Coached by George Herrmann at the District 15-5A school.
Personal: The son of Mark and Robin Beatty, Tyler M. Beatty was born Sept. 11, 1987, in Austin, Texas ... Speech communication major.