Corey Coleman caught three more touchdowns and second-ranked Baylor won its FBS-best 19th consecutive home game
Seth Russell tossed three touchdown passes, Shock Linwood ran for 135 yards and a score, and third-ranked Baylor romped to a 66-7 victory.
Baylor vs. Northwestern State
2014 (True Freshman): Played 11 of 13 games, with two starts, as true freshman for Big 12 champions, one of four true freshmen to play in 2014... Earned first collegiate letter...Totaled 210 yards and one TD on 15 receptions, plus six tackles on special teams, on season... Named to spring 2015 Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll... Made 13 of 15 receptions in season's first three games, including two starts, had only two receptions over final eight games played... Regular on special teams as well as backup receiver duties, missed two games due to injury... Made collegiate debut in season-opening win over SMU, had season-high seven receptions for season-high 86 yards... Made first career start in win over Northwestern State in second game, totaled 78 yards and career-first TD on four catches... Caught 57-yard TD (longest reception of season) from Seth Russell in second quarter for first career score... Started second and third games in place of injured starter Antwan Goodley... Had two receptions for 28 yards in starting role in win at Buffalo in third game... Had one eight-yard reception in win at Iowa State in fourth game... Sat out sixth and seventh games due to hamstring injury... Returned from injury to make one catch for 10 yards in win vs. Kansas in eighth game... Had zero catches but added four special teams tackles over final five games.
High School: Blue chip recruit and top 100 national recruit from Liberty-Eylau High School in Texarkana, Texas... All-American wide receiver rated nation's 38th-best recruit on ESPN300... Named U.S. Army All-American, played in 2014 all-star bowl game... Ranked 40th overall national prospect on Scout200 by Scout, 56th on 247Sports's Top247 and 116th by Rivals... National position ratings: fourth by Scout (WR), fourth by ESPN (athlete), fifth by Rivals (athlete) and seventh by 247Sports (athlete)... Rankings among prospects in Texas: sixth by ESPN, sixth by Scout, sixth by 247Sports, eighth by Lone Star, 11th on Austin American-Statesman Fabulous 55 and 14th by Rivals... Rated sixth-best prospect in region by ESPN and seventh by Scout's Midlands 125... Three-sport start at L-EHS, played football under head coach Brian Brown... Two-time all-state and three-time, two-way all-district honoree, twice named District 13-3A MVP... Made one interception and one tackle in 2014 U.S. Army All-American Bowl following senior season... Earned 2013 Class 3A All-State second-team honors at wide receiver as senior after leading L-EHS to 6-5 record and to DI bi-district finals... 2013 District 13-3A MVP and first-team All-District 13-3A honoree at both wide receiver and safety... Totaled 692 all-purpose yards and nine touchdowns as senior... Caught 24 passes for 526 yards and four TDs, ran for 166 yards and five TDs on 19 rushes... Defensively, made 53 tackles and two interceptions and had 75-yard fumble-return TD... Earned 2012 Class 3A All-State second-team honors at defensive back as junior... 2012 District 13-3A Co-MVP and first-team All-District 13-3A honoree at both wide receiver and safety... Totaled 369 yards and three TDs receiving, 347 yards and seven TDs rushing and returned two kickoffs for TDs as junior... On defense, made 64 tackles, two interceptions and scored one TD... Played quarterback, receiver and defensive back as sophomore in 2011 for 6-5 L-EHS team that reached DII bi-district finals... Named 2011 first-team All-District 13-3A honoree at both wide receiver and safety... Totaled 25 receptions for 392 yards and three TDs, averaged 47.6 yards on five kick returns (including one TD) and averaged 15.3 yards on four punt returns as sophomore... Made 83 tackles, one interception and one fumble recovery on defense in 2011... Also lettered in basketball and track and field at L-EHS.
Personal: Son of Ladeana Hall... Full name is Davion Treyvon Hall... Born Oct. 4, 1994, in Texarkana, Texas... Majoring in exercise physiology.