Christian Matthews

SMWW Agent: Jeff Mangram

Athlete Bio

#12 Christian Matthews

Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 6-1
Weight: 206
Class: Senior
Hometown: Arlington, Texas
High School: James Bowie HS

 

University of Kansas Pro Day 2014

Bench-7

Vertical-33

Broad Jump-9-8

40-4.84

Pro Shuttle-4.34

3 cone-3.4

Personal Trainer: Donald Driver-Former NFL Player (WR)



 

Career Honors: 2012: Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. 2009: KU Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week vs. Duke.

2013 (Sr.): Played in 11 games, starting five at wide receiver... Finished the season with 11 catches for 107 yards... Carried the ball four times for six yards... Also recorded one special teams tackle... Started at wide receiver vs. South Dakota... Did not record any catches, but did carry the ball four times out of the “Jayhawk” formation... Gained six yards on his four carries… Caught two passes for 24 yards in the win over LA Tech, including a crucial 20 yard reception on a third down conversion... Had one catch for eight yards at TCU... Recorded one catch for 14 yards vs. Baylor... Also collected a tackle on special teams... Had two catches for 13 yards vs. West Virginia... Caught one pass for 13 yards at Texas... Hauled in three catches for 34 yards against Kansas State… Registered a season-long reception of 21 yards vs. the Wildcats.

2012 (Jr.): Played in nine games... Did not play against South Dakota State, Texas Tech or Iowa State... Lined up as the quarterback in the “Jayhawk” formation in five games... Rushed for 92 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries... Recorded 43 yards rushing on five carries, including a career-long run of 15 yards, at Northern Illinois... Completed only pass attempt for three yards at NIU... Added a 13-yard carry against Oklahoma State... Scored only touchdown of the season versus Texas on a 15-yard run... Rushed for 22 yards on five carries at West Virginia.

2011 (So.): Played in 11 games, making six starts... Played both receiver and quarterback in the “Jayhawk” formation... Recorded catches in four-straight games... Caught two passes against Kansas State for 16 yards... Tallied 25 yards on three catches at Iowa State... Also attempted his first pass at ISU... Recorded his first rushing touchdown against Baylor... Caught a career-best four passes for 39 yards at Texas A&M... Recorded career highs in catches (four) and all-purpose yards (57) against the Aggies... Rushed for a career high of 31 yards on six carries against Missouri, while completing one pass for a 12 yards in the same game... One of six players to take offensive snaps in 2011.

2010 (RFr.): Played in eight games as a backup wide receiver... Caught one pass on the year... Had a 41-yard reception against New Mexico State... Returned two kickoffs against Baylor for 13 yards... Long return was 12 yards against the Bears.


2009 (Fr.): Redshirted his first year at KU.

High School: A three-year letterwinner... As a quarterback, was an all-state honorable mention selection as a junior... Was district MVP as a senior, as well as the district offensive MVP as a junior... Was the all-district sophomore of the year... As a senior he hit 155-of-245 attempts (63.3 percent) for 2,256 yards with 19 touchdowns and six interceptions... Team was 11-2 and won the district championship... Team finished the regular season ranked fourth in the state... In his career he was 516-of-829 (61.7 percent) for 6,580 yards, 52 touchdowns and 28 interceptions... Also played basketball and was an all-district second-team selection.

Personal: Son of Zina and Robert Matthews... Has one sister and one brother... Graduated from KU in July 2013 with a degree in American studies.

 

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