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SophistiKats "Gentleman of the Week"

Handsome with Sex Appeal. .
A "Heart of Gold" with drive to give back to his community. .
Ambitiously relying on his Faith in God to guide his steps. .
This Gentleman is the TOTAL package. .
SophistiKats "Gentleman of the Week" is NONE other than. .Mr. "Showtime" himself. .


Born November 15, 1986 and raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan he had talent for football at an early age. In high school he was able to really showcase his talent as a Wide Receiver, Running Back, and Corner Back for Canton High. 
He was named "All-State" after rushing and receiving for over 1,000 yards.

After High School attended Coffeyville Community College, where he was redshirted in 2004 and played as a freshman in 2005. In Fall 2005 he transferred to Michigan State. 
Then a sophmore he had only six catches. He played well his junior year with 79 catches, a school record, for 1,260 yards, and eight touchdowns. He decided to forgo his senior year at Michigan State and declare himself eligibile for the 2008 draft.

Career highlights and Awards:
Second-team All-KJCCC (2005)
Second-team All-Big Ten (2007)

Drafted in 2008 by the Washington Redskins in the 2nd round as pick 34. Securing a  2.7 million dollar contract. He won the 2008 NFL Rookie's Madden Bowl.

He was waived from the Washington Redskins in Oct 2010 and moved on to play briefly for the Carolina Panthers.

Presently he is playing for the New York Giants (after being waived from the Carolina Panthers) 

He is releasing a Fitness calendar. The proceeds will be going to a charity of his choice after the release date this Fall.


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