Scored his second career touchdown on a 37-yard reception in the third quarter against Ole Miss ... Had two grabs in that game, his first two catches of the season.
Had a chance to make his first impact on the gridiron in the final half of the season, catching three passes for 79 yards and one TD in the final five games ... His first career catch was of the spectacular nature, as he caught a bomb on the fourth-play of the game against Oklahoma for a 46-yard gain that was ruled out of bounds - but replays showed he might not have actually stepped out, and it could have been a 70+-yard TD ... Ended the season with a big catch, as he caught a fourth-quarter pass from QB Chase Daniel against Kansas that went for 26 yards and his first career TD ... Also caught one pass for seven yards at Iowa State ... His per-catch average of 26.3 yards was best among all Tiger receivers ... Caught two passes for 29 yards in the 2006 spring game.
Speedy receiver who saw action in five games during the season, primarily as a kick returner ... Had four kickoff returns, and his average of 21.5 yards per return ranked second on the team ... Had a long return of 33 yards against No. 2 Texas ... Was also on the depth chart at the Z-receiver spot ... Doubles as one of the track team's top sprinters in the spring, and he finished 7th in 100 meters (10.31 seconds) at the 2005 Big 12 Conference Outdoor Championships ... Also had a spring best of 21.42 in the 200 meters, which placed him 12th in the league.
Saw action in two games on the season, in Tiger wins over Arkansas State and Ball State ... Tied the MU 40-yard dash record in testing during the off-season with a 4.29-second run ... Had an impressive spring period that was capped off nicely when he caught a game-high four passes for 39 yards in the 2004 spring game.
Redshirt season ... Earned scout team MVP honors for his work in practice leading up to the Eastern Illinois game.
Two-sport standout in football and track who was ranked among the nation's top 50 receivers, according to Rivals.com ... Ranked as the No. 47 prospect in the Midwest (all positions) by SuperPrep ... Stood out in Vincent's ground-oriented attack by catching 25 passes for 615 yards and 12 TDs in 2002 ... Also an electrifying kick returner who scored four TDs on kickoff returns and two TDs on punt returns as a senior ... Named conference player of the year, and conference return specialist of the year for his efforts ... Caught 49 passes for 1,222 yards in his career, averaging 24.9 yards per catch ... Amazingly, 31 of his 49 career catches went for TDs (a TD rate of 63.2%) ... Named the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel area track athlete of the year as a junior after winning state 400-meter title (48.20), placing second in the 200-meters and running anchor on back-to-back 400-meter relay championship teams ... Won a national title at 200 meters by running a 21.59 time at the Junior Olympics in the summer of 2001 ... Best 100-meter time is 10.59 ... High school coach - Adam Walker.
Son of Isaac & Delphine Bracey ... Majoring in sociology at Mizzou... An honor roll student who was a member of the National Honor Society ... Served as the public address announcer for his high school's basketball games ... Chose Mizzou over Purdue, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Northwestern and Vanderbilt, among others.
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