2007: ALL-GREAT WEST FOOTBALL CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM... Selected for team's OUTSTANDING BACK/RECEIVER honor... Only receiver to start all 11 games, lining up at Z-position... Led GWFC with 59 total receptions while ranking 2nd in league with 870 yards... Season total ranks T10th in school history (tied with Charley Enos and John Shoemaker)... Led the Aggies in touchdowns, scoring 10... Perhaps most notable was game-winning 18-yard grab (from Matt Engle) with :09 remaining in finale vs. San Diego... Had 2 TDs in that game, matching his total in 5-for-140 day vs. Cal Poly... Hauled in scores of 26 and season-long 70 vs. Mustangs... Highest reception total was 9 vs. Eastern Washington... Followed that with 8-for-114 outing vs. Northwestern... Needs 44 receptions and 718 yards to break into school's career top-10 lists in those respective categories.
2006: Saw action in seven games, including starts in first five... Finished year with 12 receptions for 145 yards... Had season-best 4 catches for 37 yards in opener vs. Northern Colorado... Followed with 2-for-59 game at TCU, including 47-yarder from Jon Grant in third quarter.
2005: Played in all 11 games, earning starting nod vs. Portland State... Caught 10 passes for 105 yards and a touchdown... First Aggie reception was a 16-yarder in fourth quarter vs. New Hampshire... First TD came six players later, putting Aggies ahead, 13-10... Also had 2 catches at Sacramento State (25 yards) and Southern Utah (26 yards).
BEVERLY HILLS HS '04: Captured All-Southern Section honors as a wide receiver... Caught 67 passes for 987 yards and 11 TDs... Led all CIF-SS Division III in receptions... Voted as team's Offensive MVP... Honored by National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame... Also starred in basketball and track & field... Won league 800 meters title (2:04.0) as a freshman... Selected as basketball team's Defensive Player of the Year as a sophomore.
PERSONAL: Born in Los Angeles, Calif.... Majoring in exercise biology... Parents are Michael Maddox & Melinda Rice... Lists his father as his non-sports hero.