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 Justin Fenty 23
Justin Fenty
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Denton, Texas

High School:
Ryan

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 175

Position:
IR

Experience:
3L

10/07/2006

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Baylor Football vs. Colorado - 10/07/2006

09/23/2006

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Baylor Football vs. Army - 09/23/2006

Fourth-year senior receiver.

2008 (Junior): Played all 12 games as a junior in 2008... Totaled six catches for 50 yards and one touchdown on the season... Named to the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll in fall 2008... Made two receptions for 10 yards and a touchdown (second of career) in the win over Northwestern State in week two... Also had catches against Iowa State (one for 10 yards), Nebraska (two for 21 yards) and No. 5 Texas (one for nine yards).

2007 (Sophomore): Tied for No. 8 on squad in receptions with 18 for 154 yards as sophomore... Registered 12 receptions over season's first four games but had just six in last seven appearances... Played in 11 games and drew two starts at inside receiver--vs. Texas State and at Texas A&M... Team-high five receptions for 35 yards at No. 22 TCU in season-opener; caught three balls in three other games (for 23 yards vs. No. 19 Texas, 15 yards at Buffalo and season-high 53 yards vs. Texas State)... Effort against Texas State included career-long 27-yard grab... Five of nine career multi-catch games came as sophomore... 25 of 37 career receptions away from Floyd Casey Stadium, including 10 of 18 2007 grabs... Played 343 snaps to earn second Baylor letter... Played 30 or more snaps seven times, season-high 53 plays vs. No. 19 Texas.

2006 (True Freshman): One of three true freshmen who played for Baylor in 2006, joining wide receivers David Gettis and Ernest Smith... Saw action in 10 games and drew three starts at inside receiver... Named to Sporting News' Big 12 All-Freshman team... Pulled from redshirt year in Baylor's third game of season at Washington State... Bears' seventh-leading receiver on season with 19 receptions for 183 yards and one touchdown... Recorded four multi-catch games... 15 of 19 receptions away from Floyd Casey Stadium... In debut at Washington State, caught five passes for career-best 65 yards with first career reception being 12-yard touchdown grab from Shawn Bell... Totaled career-high seven receptions for 52 yards at Colorado... Also had three receptions for 24 yards vs. Army and two for 19 yards at No. 6 Texas... Rushed four times for no yards... Drew starts vs. Kansas State, at Colorado and at Oklahoma State... Played 271 snaps to earn first varsity letter.

High School: Ryan High School, Denton, Texas... Three-year starter and all-district wide receiver at 5A power Denton Ryan, helped Raiders to 33-8 record over that stretch... Ranked No. 100 on The Dallas Morning News Top 100 Area list... Caught 60 passes for 866 yards and 10 touchdowns as senior en route to first-team all-district honors... No. 10 among all 2005 5A Metroplex performers in receiving yards... Helped Raiders to 7-4 record and first-round of 2005 Class 5A playoffs... As junior, caught school-record 84 balls for 1,397 yards and 17 touchdowns... Second-leading receiver among 2004 Class 5A Metroplex performers... Earned first-team 2004 Texas Sports Writers Association Class 5A all-state honors and honorable mention recognition from Associated Press... Holds Raider single-game records for receptions (12), receiving yards (225) and long reception (94 yards)... Shared 2004 MVP honor after helping team to 12-2 record... Raiders went 14-2 sophomore season, won district title and finished as state runner-up... A-B Honor Roll member... Coached by Joey Florence at District 5-5A school.

Personal: Son of Pamela Sheppeard and Travis Fenty, Justin M. Fenty was born Nov. 2, 1987, in Denton, Texas... Majoring in general studies.

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