|PREVIOUS SCHOOL||Duluth HS|
2021 (R-Sophomore): Earned a spot on the HERO Sports Sophomore All-American Team … Named to the Phil Steele Magazine First Team All-SoCon … Appeared and started in all 13 games for ETSU and turned in a dominating performance with 58 receptions for 798 yards and five touchdowns (all team highs) … The 58 receptions rank sixth-most in a single season in program history, while his 798 receiving yards are the 10th most in a single season … Averaged 61.4 receiving yards per game and 13.8 receiving yards per reception this fall … Also had one carry for 49 yards on the year, finishing third on the team in all-purpose yards with 847 … Posted three games with a season-high eight catches, including a season-best 113 receiving yards and one touchdown in the win at Samford (Sept. 25) … Posted one touchdown reception in five different games this season … Recorded multiple catches in each of the 13 games this year and hauled in 50 receiving yards in nine of the 13 games he played in … Will enter the 2022 season 10th all-time in receiving yards (1,438) and eighth all-time in program history in receptions (106).
2020 (R-Sophomore)*: Started all six games for the Bucs at wide receiver … Led the squad in receptions (27), receiving yards (334), touchdowns (3) and average receiving yards per game (55.7) … Posted a career year despite the shortened season, accounting for three of ETSU’s five receiving touchdowns … Hauled in a season-high 94 receiving yards on six receptions with his first touchdown of the season at The Citadel, a 49-yard connection with Tyler Riddell … Finished the season with back-to-back touchdown performances against VMI and Mercer … Hauled in 83 receiving yards on five catches against the Keydets, followed by 74 yards behind a career-high eight receptions against the Bears … Finished third on the team in all-purpose yards with 328.
*Season played in Spring 2021 due to COVID-19 pandemic
2019 (R-Freshman): Named to the All-SoCon Freshman Team … Appeared in eight games on the season with six starts for the Blue & Gold … Finished the year with 21 receptions for 306 yards and two touchdowns … Finished fourth on the team in receptions (21), while ranking third on the team in receiving yards (306) and second in receiving touchdowns (2) … Hauled in first career reception against VMI, finishing the game with two catches for 38 yards … First career touchdown reception came against Chattanooga, finishing the game with six receptions for 75 yards, including a 32-yard one-handed touchdown catch that was featured as the No. 1 play on SportsCenter Top 10 … Registered a career game against The Citadel, finishing with a career-best seven receptions for a career-high 143 yards and a career-long 59-yard reception for a touchdown.
2018 (Freshman): Did not make an appearance as a true freshman.
High School: Lettered in football and basketball at Duluth High School … Played for football head coach Bob Swank …Two-time first team all-Gwinnett County (2016-17) and two-time first team 6-7A all-region (2016-17) … Totaled 1,958 yards, 148 receptions and 14 touchdowns his senior season.
Personal: Son of Teri Anderson and John Huzzie … Plans to major in psychology ... Cousin Qua Huzzie played football at Kentucky.