Six-year player, four-year letterman, 50 career games played (13 starts)... Most prolific kick returner in Baylor history, school-record holder for kick returns (83) and kick return yards (1,963)... Career kickoff return average of 23.65 ranks eighth in Baylor history... Granted sixth season of eligibility after season-ending knee injury in third game of 2009 season (previously received hardship waiver following injury in 2007)... Former receiver moved to defensive backfield prior to 2009 season... Vertical jump measured at 40.5 inches... Has squatted 580 pounds... Earned undergraduate degree in May 2010 in general studies.
2010 (Senior): Returned from 2009 season-ending knee injury to play all 13 games and started at cornerback in season's final nine contests... Became school's all-time kick return leader... Totaled 49 tackles (37 solo) on season, added three breakups, two forced fumbles and one interception... Returned 18 kickoffs for 353 yards (19.6 average)... Came off bench in season's first four games, in addition to returning kicks... With two returns for 52 yards in third game at No. 4 TCU, broke Baylor career records for kick returns and kick return yardage... Three tackles, two PBUs and one interception in win at Rice in fourth game... Made career-first defensive start in fifth game vs. Kansas, finished with one solo tackle... Had then-career-high six tackles in second career start at cornerback vs. Texas Tech in sixth game... Made then-career-high seven stops (all solo) and forced a fumble in win at Texas in ninth game, added three kick returns for 55 yards... Had season-high four kick returns (80 yards) vs. No. 23 Texas A&M in 11th game... Made career-high nine tackles in Texas Bowl, including six solo stops... Did not participate in 2010 spring drills while rehabbing knee.
2009 (Medical Hardship): Played in three games in 2009, predominantly as primary kick returner, before suffering season-ending knee injury... Suffered torn ACL and tear to medial and lateral menisci in third game vs. Northwestern State during first quarter kick return... Totaled 227 yards on nine kick returns (25.2 average) in nine quarters played on the season... Also recorded two tackles and an interception in two-plus games as defensive back... Made career-first interception and career-first non-special teams tackle in first game on defense in season-opening win at Wake Forest... Amassed 136 return yards on five kick returns in second game vs. UConn, including a season-long 52-yarder... Former receiver moved to defensive back during 2009 fall camp.
2008 (Junior): Played in 11 of 12 games during junior season, made one start... Made four receptions on the season, for 44 yards... Team's leading kick returner, averaged 25.3 yards on 30 returns with one touchdown... 25.27 kick return average ranked sixth in Big 12 and tied for 37th nationally... 758 kick return yards was second-highest single-season total in school history (behind teammate David Gettis' 763 in 2007)... 30 returns tied for fourth on Baylor single-season chart, 25.27 average ranks seventh... Made first career kickoff return for touchdown vs. Iowa State, a 93-yarder that tied for the 10th-longest in school history... Amassed all season kick return numbers in nine total games, had only one return during first four contests before taking over primary kick return duties in fifth game vs. No. 1 Oklahoma... Also totaled two carries on the season, for six net yards... Had first career 100-yard return game in win over Iowa State, totaled 134 yards on three returns including 93-yard TD, added one reception for eight yards... Returned six kicks for 130 yards at Oklahoma State... Posted career-highs of seven kickoff returns and 178 return yards at fifth-ranked Texas... Did not play in season's fourth game at UConn.
2007 (Medical Redshirt): Broke collar bone vs. Rice which forced him to sideline and into a medical redshirt after two starts... Caught six passes for 87 yards (14.5 ypc) and had four kickoff returns for 103 yards (25.8 ypr)... Season-long reception (37 yards) and kickoff return (39 yards) both came against Rice... Two multi-catch games (five career)... Made two starts and played 85 snaps prior to injury, including season-high 56 plays at No. 22 TCU... 15 of 22 career receptions registered at Floyd Casey Stadium.
2006 (Sophomore): Appeared in every game as sophomore wide receiver, but made mark on Bears' kickoff return unit... On 22 kickoff returns, averaged 23.73 yards to rank No. 4 in Big 12 and No. 37 nationally... 22 kickoff returns equaled eighth-best single-season total in school history, 522 yards ranked No. 7 on program's season chart at time... Seven kickoff returns of 25-plus yards on year included then-career-long 58-yarder at No. 6 Texas... Averaged 32.33 yards on three kickoff returns vs. Longhorns... Also totaled eight receptions for 65 yards and one touchdown and rushed once for four yards on year... Had career-high five receptions for 45 yards against No. 22 TCU, one a 21-yard TD grab from Shawn Bell... Averaged 8.1 yards per catch and had three receptions of 10-plus yards... Six of eight grabs recorded at Floyd Casey Stadium... Saw action on 248 plays to earn second letter.
2005 (True Freshman): Finished seventh on squad in receptions with eight for 158 yards and one touchdown in nine games as true freshman... Averaged team-high 19.8 yards per catch... Made first career start against No. 2 Texas when Bears opened in five-wide set... Registered then-career-high three receptions for 31 yards against No. 16 Texas Tech and caught two balls for then-career-best 61 yards vs. Oklahoma State... First career reception 49-yard TD grab from Terrance Parks vs. Samford... Seven of eight receptions on year came at Floyd Casey Stadium... Tallied at least one reception in four straight games to end rookie season... Saw action on 70 snaps to receive first varsity letter.
High School: Skyline High School, Dallas, Texas... Ranked No. 83 on Dallas Morning News Area Top 100 list... Two-time All-District 9-5A wide receiver... 2004 Texas Football Top 300 member... 2005 Coca-Cola High School All-Star Game participant... Helped Skyline to 2004 Class 5A Division I Region II bi-district playoffs... As senior, caught 50 passes for 750 yards and eight touchdowns for 7-4 Raiders... Also rushed 12 times for 150 yards and two scores... Returned kickoff for touchdown and racked up 1,000 all-purpose yards in final prep campaign... Hauled in 24 passes for 357 yards and two touchdowns as junior... Coached by Que Brittain at District 9-5A school.
Personal: Son of Michael and Jacqueline Baker, Mikail A'Lim Baker was born June 19, 1987, in Dallas, Texas... Would like to become television broadcaster... Earned undergraduate degree in May 2010 in general studies.