UC Davis starts the second half of its season against one of two teams with an undefeated league record
Junior wide receiver’s stellar season leads to national FCS offensive player of the year consideration
Junior wide receiver garners nearly 60 percent of the nation's vote to earn Week 6 Offensive HERO of the Week award
UC Davis football's performance throughout its first six games places the team among the best programs in the nation in a variety of statistical categories
Fan vote will determine which offensive FCS player will earn award from Hero Sports for the most outstanding individual offensive performance
2016: HERO SPORTS SOPHOMORE ALL-AMERICA TEAM... ALL-BIG SKY SECOND TEAM... His four touchdowns, scored at Sacramento State (11/19), matched a single-game record... Ranked No. 19 in receiving TDs (10), No. 21 in receptions per game (6.0), No. 30 in receiving yards per game (82.8), No. 33 in receiving yards (911), No. 55 in total touchdowns (10), No. 120 in scoring (5.5 points per game), No. 140 in all-purpose yards (82.82) and No. 146 in yards per reception (13.80) among all FCS players...Finished with 66 receptions in 11 games for a total of 911 yards and 10 touchdowns... Longest catch was 58 yards against Sacramento State (11/19) in the Causeway Classic... Had a record setting performance against Sacramento State with 24 points, four receiving touchdowns and 207 receiving yards... That performance was second in the conference for individual game highs in points and receiving touchdowns, and the third-highest receiving performance for any player in the Big Sky all season... One of four players in conference to record a 200-yard performance... Posted two additional 100-yard performances: Oregon (116 yds.) and Wyoming (104 yds).
2014: Played 10 games, starting two, during his true freshman season... Finished second on the team with 325 receiving yards (on 22 catches)... Averged 14.8 yards per catch... Burst on to the scene with three catches for 51 yards against Ft. Lewis, followed with three for 36 yards at Colorado State, and then had three grabs for 77 yards, including a 70-yard TD against Eastern Washington... His TD grab from QB London Lacy came on the final play of the third quarter... Added the 36-yard TD catch the next week at Portland State – also from Lacy – that put UC Davis on the scoreboard early in the third quarter... Shared team's Mike Wise Award with OL Julian Bertero as top Aggie freshman.
ALAMEDA HS '14: Three-year varsity member who caught 56 passes for 998 yards and 12 touchdowns during his career... Had 29 receptions for 577 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior... Enjoyed a monster game against Hillsdale HS, grabbing eight passes for 217 yards and a trio of scores... Picked up at least one touchdown in all eight games he played... Averaged 19.9 yards per reception in 2013... Had 26 receptions for 414 yards during his sophomore campaign, collecting season-highs of seven catches and 108 yards against Encinal HS... Team captain as a senior... All-West Alameda County Conference 12 first-team honors, his second all-league honor... Named MVP at Arizona State Contra Costa Football Camp... Also played basketball at Alameda HS... Four-year academic honor roll member... CIF-North Coast Section Scholar-Athlete for 2011-12.
PERSONAL: Born in Alameda, Calif... Parents are Keith Doss and Tammie Chambless... Proudest accomplishment was earning an athletics scholarship... If he had a million dollars, he'd give some to his mom... Advice to youngsters is "You could be anything you want."
Aggies hold numerous top NCAA numbers
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