The lone senior in the receiving corps ... Is being looked to for a big season ... Has worked hard to get where he is ... Tech's top receiver in 2005 ... Contributed a key fourth-quarter touchdown catch in season-opening win at NC State ... Had a productive spring ... A playmaker ... Possesses breakaway speed, but also contributes down field as a blocker ... Can return kickoffs if needed ... Has spent his winters working with the Tech track team ... Coaches are looking for him to take more of a leadership role. 2005: Led the team in receptions (34), receiving yards (619) and was second in average yards per catch (18.2) ... Caught three TD passes ... Got off to a fast start, catching a 19-yard touchdown pass that provided the winning margin in the season opener at NC State ... Finished the game with three catches for 30 yards ... Hauled in three passes for 62 yards and a TD at Duke ... Had a 52-yard catch against Ohio ... Posted two knockdown blocks versus Georgia Tech ... Grabbed three passes for 47 yards at WVU ... Hauled in a 48-yard TD catch versus Marshall ... Caught three passes for 76 yards at Maryland and three for 58 yards versus BC ... Had three catches for 42 yards at Virginia ... Posted four catches for 35 yards in the Florida State game ... Caught two passes for 69 yards, including a career-long 54-yarder, in the Gator Bowl win over Louisville ... Started all but one game, compiling the most regular-season plays among the receivers with 373 ... Caught five passes for 52 yards in Tech's second scrimmage of the spring ... Had a 6-yard grab during the Maroon-White game. 2004: Played in 12 games, catching 20 passes for 263 yards and two touchdowns ... Had a 7-yard reception against USC ... Did not play against WMU ... Caught a big 38-yard pass on the final drive against NC State ... Earned his first collegiate start against Florida A&M ... Caught a 16-yard touchdown pass on Tech's first offensive play ... Finished the day with two catches for 34 yards and a 26-yard kickoff return ... Got the scoring started at Georgia Tech by hauling in a 34-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter ... Tied his career high with four catches at Miami for 54 yards ... Also had a 19-yard kickoff return ... Had a 7-yard catch in the Maroon-White game ... Given the Frank O. Moseley Award, awarded to the top offensive hustler, following spring practice ... Recorded a 450-pound back squat, a 36-inch vertical jump and a 4.33 40-yard dash in spring testing. 2003: Saw action in 12 games, playing 96 snaps on offense and 44 on special teams ... Had five receptions for 67 yards and a score on the season ... Started his career out with a bang, catching two passes for 37 yards against UCF ... Hauled in a 27-yard touchdown pass from Marcus Vick late in the game ... Had four catches for 27 yards in Tech's third scrimmage in the spring ... Scored on a 6-yard reverse in the final scrimmage ... Hauled in three passes for 46 yards in the spring game ... Scored a touchdown on a 2-yard flanker reverse. High School: An honorable mention Class 5A all-state selection as a senior ... Lettered four seasons as a receiver and safety for Coach Chris Bean at Atlantic High ... Named to the All-Palm Beach County Team as published by The Palm Beach Post Sun-Sentinel ... Made one of the season's biggest plays, a 95-yard touchdown catch against Ely in the regional finals ... Totaled 25 catches for 576 yards and a county-best 10 touchdowns ... Returned three kicks for 245 yards and two touchdowns ... Caught three passes for 120 yards and two touchdowns in a game against Wellington High ... Led his team to an undefeated regular season ... Hauled in 39 passes his junior season ... A sprinter on the track team ... Was a state finalist in the 200 meters and a regional finalist in the 100 meters ... Also lettered two years as a guard in basketball. Personal: David Cortez Clowney IV ... Born 7/8/85 in Long Island, NY ... Son of Maria and Tracy Bean ... Majoring in apparel, housing and resource management.