|High School:||Grandview HS|
2015 — Benefitting from the season's absence of program's all-conference tight end, the 13-game starter put together his best numbers of his career . . . The team's sixth-leading receiver finished the year with 16 catches for 229 yards and one touchdown, stretching his yards-per-catch average to the Ducks' fifth-best (14.3 avg.) . . . Caught a pair of passes in each of the Ducks' first four games, including 23 receiving yards vs. Utah . . . Latching onto passes in 10 of 13 appearances, he was credited with two receptions for 62 yards and his lone score of the year in the win over USC, including a career-long of 52 yards . . . However no improvement was more evident than his prowess as a blocker
2014 — Oregon’s ninth-leading receiver stepped onto the field for the final 11 games, including starting roles in three of his final four outings . . . Enhanced his skills at the point of attack as well as a receiver downfield as the season wore on, claiming his most extensive playing time of the year in his final three appearances of 2014 . . . Logged 72 snaps in the national championship finale vs. Ohio State as well as 61 plays in the Pac-12 Championship win . . . Caught 15 passes for 143 yards, including a 15-yard scoring catch against Colorado . . . After being held without a catch until the seventh game of the year, he ended the season with a flurry as he accumulated 11 receptions for 98 yards in the final two games . . . Latched onto six grabs for 98 yards over the course of the final two games, including six catches for 73 yards in the Rose Bowl win over Florida State.
2013 — Played in all 13 games, including his first career start against Oregon State and the following game against Texas in the Alamo Bowl . . . Completed the season with four receptions for 71 yards . . . Enjoyed a season-long 27-yard catch during the win over the Longhorns . . . Also nabbed single grabs in each of his last four outings against Utah, Arizona, and Oregon State . . . Added a pair of special teams tackles . . . Increased his productivity from playing one snap in the opener to a season-high 62 in post-season play.
2012 — Worked out with the scout team during his redshirt season . . . Enrolled early and participated in 2012 spring practice . . . Caught one pass for 9 yards in 2013 Spring Game.
BEFORE OREGON — Caught 24 passes for 225 yards and two touchdowns his senior year while recording 108 tackles and eight sacks at linebacker, helping school to a 5A Centennial League championship … Named to the all-league 5A Creek first team at tight end/fullback as a senior … Selected to the 2011
all-Colorado first team (defense) and named to the 2011 5A all-state first team at linebacker … Hauled in 33 passes for 456 yards and six touchdowns, averaging 13.8 yards per catch as a junior … Named to the 2010 Colorado all-league 5A Creek first team on offense as an H-Back and was honorable mention all-state.
PERSONAL — Parents: Geoff and Michelle Baylis. Family: Two brothers. High School (Coach): Grandview (John Schultz), 2012. Major: General Science.
BAYLIS' CAREER BESTS
Points scored: 6, Colorado, 11/22/14
Touchdowns: 1, Colorado, 11/22/14
Receptions: 6 [t-49th], vs Florida State, 01/01/2015
Receiving yards: 73, vs Florida State, 01/01/2015 (6 receptions)
Receiving TDs: 1 [t-45th], Colorado, 11/22/14
Long reception: 52, USC, 11/21/15
All-purpose yards: 73, vs Florida State, 01/01/2015
Kick returns: 1, Oregon State, 11/29/2013
Kick return yards: 5, Oregon State, 11/29/2013 (1 returns)
Long kick return: 5, Oregon State, 11/29/2013
Tackles: 1, at Arizona, 11/23/13 (1-0)