After moving to cornerback midway through his sophomore season, junior Queito Teasley returns to the offensive side of the ball in 2007 where he'll again lineup at wide receiver for the Bears.
2006: Queito Teasley started his sophomore season as an inside receiver and moved to cornerback halfway through the year ... Played in nine games, missing three due to injury, and averaged 17.5 yards every time he touched the ball ... Ranked No. 45 nationally and No. 6 in the Big 12 with his 22.73 kickoff return average and No. 30 nationally and No. 5 in league with a 10.36 average on punt returns ... Had a career-long 59-yard kickoff return vs. Kansas and a career-long 47-yard punt return vs. Kansas State ... Recorded a career-high three kickoff returns for 51 yards at Texas Tech and had a career-high four punt returns for 61 yards against Kansas State ... Four returns of 25-plus yards on season ... Totaled career-high 74 all-purpose yards (37.0 ypa) on two attempts vs. Kansas ... Also had four tackles on special teams (three solos) ... Recorded no offensive statistics as a sophomore ... Played 131 snaps to earn second football monogram.
2005: One of three true freshmen to letter for the Bears in 2005, Teasley appeared in seven games as a rookie ... Registered five receptions for 63 yards, an average of 12.6 yards per catch ... Also rushed three times for 34 yards ... Snagged a career-high two passes for 25 yards against No. 16 Texas Tech ... Recorded one reception in games vs. Samford, Missouri and Oklahoma State ... Career-long 18-yard reception against Oklahoma State, when he also rushed three times for a career-high 34 yards ... Had a career-best 31-yard run vs. the Cowboys en route to a then-career-high 52 all-purpose yards on four attempts (13.0 ypa) ... Played 85 snaps on season ... Recorded a career-best leap of 24-4 1/4 in the long jump to finish sixth and earn All-Big 12 honors at the Big 12 Indoor Championships ... During the 2006 outdoor season, ran third leg of Baylor's 4x100-meter relay that won the Big 12 Championship and finished ninth at the NCAA Outdoor Championships ... Earned All-Big 12 honors by finishing sixth in the long jump at the conference championships with a jump of 7.53 meters (24-8 1/2) ... Won the long jump title at the season-opening Dr Pepper Invitational with a season-best mark of 7.66 meters (25-1 3/4) and finished third at Texas Relays with a jump of 7.62 meters (25-0) ... Ran a season-best 21.26 to finish second in the 200 meters at the Michael Johnson Classic.
High School: Cinco Ranch High School, Katy, Texas ... Rated as Texas' 60th-best prep on the Dallas Morning News' state Top 100 and the nation's 45th-best athlete by Rivals.com ... Member of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram's State 100, Waco Tribune-Herald's Top 100 and the Houston Chronicle's Top 100 ... Ranked as Texas' 81st-best prep by SuperPrep ... Texas Football 2004 Top 300 member ... Rushed 184 times for a team-high 982 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior for a Ranger squad which finished 8-3 ... Averaged 5.3 yards per rush as a senior in helping team to an 8-3 record and a playoff berth ... Also caught 25 passes for 250 yards and two touchdowns ... Tallied team-high 82 points on 13 touchdowns and a pair of two-point conversions in 2004 ... Ranked third in the district in rushing, receiving and scoring as a senior ... 2005 Bayou Bowl participant is the fourth Cinco Ranch product to join the Baylor program since Guy Morriss' arrival, joining former offensive tackle Nick Pace and defensive end Julian Hill and fullback Keegan Vann ... Rushed for 1,015 yards and 11 touchdowns on 189 carries as a junior and totaled 886 yards and seven scores as a sophomore ... Also caught 33 passes for 308 yards and five touchdowns as a junior ... Ran the anchor leg of Cinco Ranch's 4x200-meter relay team which finished second to lead the school to the Class 5A title ... Owns a personal-best of 25-1 in the long jump as a prep senior, a mark which ranked second nationally in 2005, and finished as the runner-up in the event at the 2005 state meet with a mark of 24-1 1/4 ... Scholarship offers from 15 schools including Oklahoma, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech and Wisconsin ... Three-time All-District 19-5A pick for coach Don Clayton.
Personal: The son of Debra Teasley, Queito Ikean Teasley was born Dec. 12, 1985, in Elberton, Ga. ... Communications major.