- Split End
- 6' 2
- 218 lbs.
- High School/Other
- Charlotte, N.C.
2011: Finished as Tech's career leader in receptions and receiving yards ... Started all 13 games he played in ... Played nearly 800 snaps on offense and nine on special teams ... Had a single-season school record 61 receptions for 761 yards and five touchdowns on the season ... Had two catches for 16 yards and a touchdown in the opener against Appalachian State ... Became Tech's all-time leader in receptions with a team-high four catches for 48 yards at ECU ... Hauled in four passes for 29 yards in the win over Arkansas State ... Missed the Marshall game due to injury ... Picked up three receptions against Clemson ... Broke the Tech record for career receiving yardage on a 12-yard catch late in the first half of the Miami game ... Finished with a team-high seven receptions for 120 yards, including a 60-yard TD in the fourth quarter ... Had seven more catches at Wake Forest, good for a game-high 149 yards ... Also hauled in a 20-yard TD in the second quarter ... Posted five receptions for 46 yards against BC ... Had a game-high six grabs for 63 yards at Duke ... Scored on a nine-yard TD reception in the second quarter at Georgia Tech ... Finished with two catches for 42 yards ... Made a career-high 10 catches for 106 yards against UNC ... Tallied four catches for 44 yards, including a 16-yard second quarter TD at Virginia ... Broke Ernest Wilford's single-season reception record with three catches for 58 yards in the ACC Championship Game against Clemson … Had four grabs for 30 yards in the Sugar Bowl against Michigan.
2010: Started every game and led the Hokies with 53 catches for 847 yards and six touchdowns … Caught six passes in the opener against Boise State for 102 yards … Hauled in a 28-yard touchdown pass … Caught a 9-yard TD pass in the JMU game … Grabbed three balls for 118 yards against ECU, including a 69-yard TD pass … Also had three knockdown blocks in that game … Had a clutch 39-yard catch-and-run for the deciding touchdown during the final minutes of the NC State game … Caught a season-best eight balls for 117 yards in the Central Michigan game … Had eight more catches against Wake Forest for 62 yards and one touchdown … Had a 43-yard catch against Duke and finished with two receptions for 48 yards … Caught five balls for 54 yards in the Georgia Tech game … Gained 85 yards on three receptions at UNC … Posted six catches against Virginia for 72 yards … Had a 19-yard TD catch in the ACC title game on the way to three catches for 35 yards … Added five catches for 84 yards during the Orange Bowl game … Had a personal-best 440-pound front squat and a 40-inch vertical jump during off-season testing … Caught six passes for 61 yards in the team’s third spring scrimmage … Hauled in two passes for 40 yards during the Maroon-White game.
2009: Led the team with 40 catches for 835 yards, an average of 20.9 yards a catch … Had five receiving touchdowns and one TD on a fumble recovery … Caught three passes for 19 yards in the opener against Alabama … Grabbed two passes for 32 yards in the Marshall game … Had four catches for 43 yards in the Nebraska game … Caught a 48-yard touchdown pass from Tyrod Taylor aganst Miami … Posted 144 yards on six catches at Duke … Had a 62-yard catch in that game along with a 28-yard touchdown reception … Caught a 41-yard TD pass against BC and finished the game with three receptions for 69 yards … Made a pair of catches at Georgia Tech for 12 yards … Registered three catches for 49 yards in the UNC game … Registered three catches for 17 yards at ECU … Scored on a career-long 64-yard pass at Maryland … Finished that game with three catches for 118 yards … Caught six passes for a career-best 164 yards and one TD against NC State … Didn’t have a reception against Virginia, but dove on a Ryan Williams fumble in the end zone for a touchdown … Caught four balls for 120 yards against Tennessee in the Chick-fil-A Bowl with a long catch of 63 yards that set up a key field goal on the final play of the first half … Had the best clean (351) and push jerk (314) among the receivers during off-season workouts … Won 100% Effort Awards at five of Tech’s six 6 a.m. conditioning workouts prior to spring practice … Caught three passes for 57 yards during the first Saturday spring scrimmage … Had touchdown catches in both of the team’s last two scrimmages … Made three catches for a game-high 50 yards during the Maroon-White game.
2008: Turned in a 35-inch vertical jump during freshman testing … Led the team in receiving yards with 441 and was second in catches with 30 … Saw brief action in the opener against ECU … Caught his first collegiate pass – a 3-yard grab – in the Furman game … Played 26 snaps against Georgia Tech … Made his first start at UNC in a three-receiver set … Caught two passes for 33 yards … Turned in a pair of big catches for 58 yards during the win at Nebraska … Played 15 snaps in that game … Had two catches for 22 yards in the WKU game … Caught two passes for 19 yards at BC … Posted four catches for 89 yards in the FSU game with a long catch of 41 yards … Made three catches for 13 yards in the Maryland game … Had a 38-yard highlight-reel grab during the Miami game … Registered the first TD catch of the season by a wide receiver when he grabbed a 19-yard scoring toss from Sean Glennon against Duke … Finished the game with four catches for 67 yards … Added another touchdown catch in the Virginia game on a 3-yard toss from Tyrod Taylor … Had a season-best six catches for 65 yards … Caught one pass for a 6-yard gain versus BC in the ACC title game … Snared two balls for 28 yards against Cincinnati in the Orange Bowl … Was an Iron Hokie during the off-season … Posted a 36 1/2-inch vertical jump … Caught a pass for 5 yards in the first scrimmage of the spring … Hauled in a pass for a 26-yard gain during the Maroon-White game … Also blocked a punt.
High School: A first-team all-state selection by The Associated Press his senior year for Coach Mike Newsome … Rated the No. 81 wide receiver in the country by ESPN.com/Scouts, Inc. … Ranked the No. 114 wide receiver in the country by SuperPrep … Listed as the No. 26 player in the Tar Heel State by rivals.com … Ranked the No. 21 player in the state of North Carolina by scout.com … Rated the No. 31 prospect in North Carolina by SuperPrep … Averaged 20.9 yards per catch as a senior … Caught 60 balls for 1,252 yards and 17 scores his final year … Also rushed for 276 yards and eight scores … Had 476 yards receiving as a junior.
Personal: Jarrett Boykin … Born 11/4/89 in Chattanooga, TN … Son of Aretha and Harold Harrison … Enrolled in apparel, housing and resource management (consumer studies).