2004: Played in all 11 games for the Bears and drew one start ... Had eight receptions for 82 yards in first year at Baylor and was one of five Bears to post a double-digit (10.2 ypc) per catch mark ... Six of his eight receptions on the year came on the road ... Caught a career-high tying two passes for 12 yards against No. 2 Oklahoma in first career start ... Also had two receptions in Baylor's road games at UAB, No. 5 Texas and No. 25 Oklahoma State ... Posted a career-high 44 receiving yards at Oklahoma State, which included a career-long 39-yard grab ... Also averaged 17.8 yards on six kickoff returns ... Had a career-high two kickoff returns for 41 yards at Texas ... Five of six returns on the season were 15 yards or longer, including a career-long 23-yarder against North Texas ... Named to fall Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll ... Earned first letter after playing 214 snaps ... Awarded a scholarship by the Baylor staff in January 2004.
2003: Walk-on sat out the season after transferring from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton, Texas ... Selected as Baylor's offensive scout team MVP.
Mary Hardin-Baylor: Played two seasons (2001 and 2002) for the Crusaders ... Set school records with 43 catches and 772 receiving yards as a sophomore ... Caught five touchdown passes in final season at the school ... Also added 236 rushing yards and five touchdowns as a sophomore, when he also scored a touchdown on both kickoff and punt returns ... Earned 2002 first-team All-ASC honors as both a wide receiver and kick returner ... Third-team All-America kick returner by both Don Hansen's Football Gazette and D3football.com ... Finished season as UMHB's career receiving yardage and touchdown record holder ... Tallied two touchdowns in five different games ... As a freshman in 2001, he caught 13 passes for 235 yards and a touchdown ... Rushed for 118 yards on eight carries and averaged 18.1 yard per kickoff return and 9.8 yards per punt return ... His 85-yard touchdown run against Austin College was the longest in school history ... Returned a kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown against Hardin-Simmons to set another school record.
High School: Mayde Creek High School, Katy, Texas ... Two-way performer (running back and defensive back) for the Rams ... Earned letters in both football and track ... Rushed 93 times for 432 yards and six touchdowns as a junior, while also picking up 172 receiving yards and a score ... Coached by Joe Sheffy at the District 19-5A school.
Personal: The son of Merina Rochon, Shaun Laurence Rochon was born June 7, 1983, in Houston ... Speech communications major.
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