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Wide Receiver
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 193
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Atlanta, Ga.
High School: Westlake


Breakdown:  Has an opportunity to do this season what no other Aggie has done in the history of the program...If he leads the team in receiving, he will become the first player in school history to lead the team in receiving four straight seasons...Over his career he has made 102 receptions for 1,190 yards and six touchdowns...Comes into this season ranked sixth all-time in receptions made...Needs 100 yards receiving to crack the top-10 list for receiving yardage...Has two 100-yard receiving games in his career...Often finds himself open because he is so precise in how he runs his routes...Hopes to reach the point where he can earn a spot on one of the all conference teams...Was a late addition to the Aggies roster in 2007...Hard work has moved him into the role of go-to receiver...He is among just 12 players in school history with more than 1,000 career yards receiving...Added to his responsibilities as a sophomore when he became the Aggies field goal kicker.


2010 Season: Played in 11 games with nine starts...Made 34 receptions for a career-best 508 yards receiving...Ranked sixth in the MEAC in receptions per game (3.4), while finishing seventh in the conference in receiving yards per game (14.9)...Made six receptions for 86 yards receiving at Norfolk State on Sept. 11...Four of his catches in the game led to Aggie first downs...Had five receptions for 92 yards against Morgan on Oct. 9 with four of those receptions leading to Aggie first downs...Followed his MSU performance with a five-reception, 86-yard performance against Delaware State on Oct. 16...Had the longest reception of his career in the game when he caught a 44-yard pass from Ricky Lewis...Had a career game against Howard on Oct. 23 when he made six receptions for a career-high 107 yards and two touchdowns...Came across the middle and caught a 26-yard touchdown reception from George Hines during the opening drive of the Howard game...Had two 21-yard receptions on one drive, the second came on a touchdown to give the Aggies a 21-12 lead in the second quarter.

2009 Season: Became the Aggies main receiver during his sophomore campaign...Led the Aggies in receptions and receiving yards...Played in 10 games with nine starts...Ranked third in the conference and 91st in the nation in receptions made per game...Ranked eighth in the conference in receiving yards...Had a career game against N.C. Central on Oct. 3...Miles made four catches for a career-high 101 yards and two touchdowns...Miles' day also included making the game-ending catch in double overtime, a 24-yard touchdown reception from Carlton Fears...Had a momentum-changing score against Norfolk State on Sept. 12...Miles scored on a 25-yard touchdown pass with 14 seconds remaining in the first half to move the Aggies to within three...Made a career-high eight catches against S.C. State on Nov. 21...It was the fourth highest single-game total in the MEAC in 2009...Had three other games where he made seven or more receptions....Also became the Aggies field goal kicker during the season...Connected on two of his five field goal attempts, including a 32-yarder at Howard on Oct. 24 that helped the Aggies defeat the Bison 30-19.

2008 Season: Played in 11 games with seven starts on the season...Made a team-high

26 catches for 188 yards and one touchdown...Tied Giorgio Lowrance for the team-high for receptions in a game with six against Hampton on Sept. 20...Lowrance made six catches a week earlier against Norfolk State...Made five catches for 37 yards at Delaware State on Oct. 18...Made just one catch against Howard, but the catch went for 42 yards and set up a 3-yard touchdown run for Michael Ferguson...Scored his only touchdown of the season Nov. 1 when his 2-yard touchdown reception cut Bethune-Cookman's lead to 17-14.

High School: Played two varsity seasons under head coach Dallas Allen...Was also an outstanding soccer player in high school...Won team MVP honors four consecutive years and was a four-year captain...As a senior, he earned second-team all-region honors.

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