The Gophers will bring back six wide receivers who lettered in 2013
Game-By-Game Stats (PDF)
2013 FRESHMAN SEASON: Played in 13 games and started four third on the team in receiving yards (259) and receptions (15) his lone touchdown came on a 55-yard reception, which was Minnesota's longest pass play of the year. Game-by-Game: Made his collegiate debut against UNLV, but did not record any statistics played at New Mexico State, against Western Illinois and San Jose State made one catch, the first of his career, for 15 yards against Iowa caught two passes for 27 yards at Michigan hauled in two passes for 28 yards at Northwestern started against Nebraska, but did not record any statistics made one catch for 17 yards at Indiana and caught two passes for 22 yards against Penn State rushed one time for 7 yards against Wisconsin caught three passes for 56 yards at Michigan State caught four passes for 94 yards and one touchdown (55-yard reception) against Syracuse.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Canyon High School where he was a four-year letterwinner California's all-time record holder in career catches (281) and career yardage (5,148), breaking former NFL wide receiver Steve Smith's records (271 catches and 4,486 yards) second in state history with 52 career touchdown receptions led team to an 8-3-1 record as a senior and was named Second-Team All-State caught 89 passes for 1,275 yards (averaged 106.3 yards receiving a game) registered 100 or more yards in eight of 12 games caught 14 touchdown passes averaged 35.83 yards on six kickoff returns (one touchdown) made 75 catches as a junior for 1,628 yards and 19 touchdowns rushed for one touchdown and returned one punt for a score had 77 catches for 1,472 yards and 13 touchdowns as a sophomore and 40 catches for 773 yards and six touchdowns as a freshman coached by Richard Gutierrez Scout.com and Rivals.com both listed him as a three-star recruit Scout ranked him as the 97th best wide receiver in the nation, while Rivals had him as the 90th-best player in California ranked by ESPN as the 180th-best prospect in California participated in the West Coast Bowl - featuring the top high school seniors from California, Nevada, Idaho, New Mexico and Colorado
PERSONAL: Born March 22, 1995 son of John and Audrey Wolitarsky.