2012 SOPHOMORE SEASON: Competed in 12 games, starting eight made 16 catches for 189 yards longest catch of the season was 40 yards against Syracuse. Game-by-Game: Made his first collegiate start at UNLV and had a team-high four receptions for 49 yards caught one pass for nine yards vs. New Hampshire recorded three receptions for a team-high 67 yards vs. Syracuse, which included a 40-yard catch made one catch at Iowa and two against Northwestern missed game at Wisconsin with an injury competed vs. Purdue, against Michigan and at Illinois, but did not record any statistics made three receptions for 22 yards at Nebraska had one catch for 13 yards vs. Michigan State made one catch vs. Texas Tech, a 17-yard touchdown, which was the first score of his career.
2011 FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in nine games as a true freshman hauled in eight receptions for 156 yards led the Gophers in receiving yards in victory over Iowa also had career-long catch of 61 yards vs. Hawkeyes earned first career varsity letter. Game-by-game: Saw his first collegiate action against North Dakota State (9/24) recorded first collegiate receptions with two for 15 yards at Michigan (10/1) saw action at Purdue (10/8) tallied two catches for 17 yards against Nebraska (10/22) hauled in two receptions for 100 yards against Iowa (10/29) first career 100-yard receiving game vs. Hawkeyes career-long reception of 61 yards vs. Iowa one catch for 21 yards, three kickoff returns for 59 yards at Michigan State (11/5) saw action as reserve vs. Wisconsin (11/12). one catch for three yards at Northwestern (11/19) saw action vs. Illinois (11/26).
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduate of Edina High School caught a team-high six touchdowns for the Hornets as a senior led team with 35 receptions for 540 yards, averaging 15.4 yards per reception long reception of 75 yards in 2010 rushed four times for 25 yards as a senior hauled in 21 receptions for 534 yards and four scores as a junior in 2009 won the Minnesota Class AA state championship in the 100 and 200 meters, while finishing as the state runner-up in the long jump coached by Kim Nelson.
PERSONAL: Devin Crawford-Tufts was born Dec. 13, 1992 son of Gary Crawford and Debbie Tufts.