Speedy veteran wideout who looks to contribute to a receiving group that looks to be a bigger factor overall in 2005 ... Enters the spring season at No. 3 on the depth chart at the H-receiver spot.
Saw action in 3 games, against Arkansas State, Ball State and Baylor.
Saw action in 2 games, against Eastern Illinois and Iowa State.
Played in three games, against Troy State, at Texas Tech and on Homecoming versus Kansas ... Was originally mistakenly credited with a reception for 10 yards by Texas Tech stat crew, a catch that was later given to teammate Thomson Omboga.
Used his redshirt year in the Missouri program to get stronger in the Tigers' strength program ... Served as a valuable scout team player, both as a wide receiver and a quarterback, the position he played in high school.
Product of Vashon High School in St. Louis ... An excellent athlete who starred as a quarterback at the prep level ... Ranked as the 66th top high school QB prospect in the country by Rivals.com. ... Second team all-Metro selection and a two-time all-league pick ... Passed for 1,118 yards while rushing for over 700 yards as a junior ... As a senior, threw for over 900 yards while rushing for 500 yards ... Also played basketball for legendary high school coach Floyd Irons ... A member of the Herbert Hoover Boys Club.
Is pursuing a degree in business ... High school coach - Anthony Mitchell ... Son of Arnold Britt and Melissa Moore ... Born April 17, 1983.
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