|Hometown:||San Diego, Calif.|
|High School:||Horizon HS|
2015 — Continued his momentum from the latter portion of his freshman season despite not returning until the seventh game of the year . . . The second-team all-conference choice accumulated 14 catches for 344 yards and three touchdowns in his first three appearances of the year vs. Washington, Arizona State, and California . . . His 87.0 yards-per-game average would have placed him third in the Pac-12 and 24th nationally had he met minimums required for NCAA statistical inclusion . . . Led the team with a 19.0 yards-per-catch average while finishing second in receptions (32), receiving yards (609), and touchdown catches (6) . . . Equalled his personal best with seven catches in the Alamo Bowl and paced Oregon in receiving yards in five of the seven games he played, including a season-high 125 yards in the win in Seattle . . . Eclipsed 100 receiving yards in his first three appearances of the year to establish a school standard with five consecutive 100-yard efforts (dating back to 2014) before adding a fourth game over the century mark in the '15 season finale vs, TCU . . . Caught touchdown passes in five of his seven 2015 appearances and seven of his last nine outings spanning the 2014 and '15 seasons . . . Surpassed 80 snaps in each of his final two outings of the year vs. Oregon State (86 plays) and TCU . . . Grabbed two catches for 59 yards and one score in the 2016 Spring Game.
2014 — Oregon's fourth-leading receiver came off the bench in 13 of his 14 appearances to finish with 37 catches, yet his 704 yards ranked only beind the program's 1,000-yard receiver . . . Led the Ducks with a 19.0 yards-per-catch average . . . Encountered his most productive stretch of his collegiate career when he combined for 14 receptions, 291 yards, and three scores in his final two appearances of the year vs. Arizona (Pac-12 Championships) and Florida State (in the College Football Playoffs semifinals) . . . Set his career-best in receiving yards and touchdowns in the Rose Bowl, hauling in seven catches for 165 yards and two scores . . . His first performance with 100 or more receiving yards came during the Pac-12 Championship game against Arizona in his lone start of the year, setting his single-game best for most receptions in a game (7) that was duplicated the following game . . . Also led the team in yards (58) and catches (4) in a victory over Stanford . . . Opened the year with four grabs and 68 yardsagainst South Dakota while pulling down his longest catch of the year (64 yards) the following week against Michigan State.
2013 — His impact during his redshirt season was limited due to being at less than full strength yet he made up for lost time during the 2014 spring . . . Benefitted from others’ misfortunes to take advantage of a lot of repetitions to place himself in the mix for significant playing time in the fall despite maladies of his own . . . Was the recipient of a 20-yard touchdown pass in the Spring Game among his three catches for 47 yards.
BEFORE OREGON — The four-year letterman, who was included on the Rivals250 list, garnered four stars according to Rivals.com and ESPN.com, and rated 37th among the nation’s elite receivers by Scout.com . . . Selected to play in the 2013 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl . . . As a senior, led the team with 51 receptions for 902 yards (17.7 avg.) and 12 touchdowns while also carrying the ball 36 times for 202 yards and two scores . . . Named first-team Cal-Hi all-state as well as all-CIF San Diego Section second-team wide receiver . . . Played quarterback, wide receiver and safety for the Panthers, who finished the year with an 8-4 mark under head coach Chris Johnson . . . Prep team led the Division V in passing yards per game (201.4 avg.) in 2012 while finishing third in scoring (38.2 avg.) . . . He added 37 catches for 640 yards and six scores while rushing for 290 yards on 58 carries and one trip into the end zone his junior year . . . Also contributed 613 yards through the air (55-105) and five TDs . . . Caught 37 passes for 825 yards and 10 scores in 2010 following eight catches for 122 yards and a pair of touchdowns as a freshman.
PERSONAL — Major: Sociology.CARRINGTON'S CAREER BESTS
Points scored: 12, vs Florida State, 01/01/2015; at Washington, 10/17/15
Touchdowns: 2, vs Florida State, 01/01/2015; at Washington, 10/17/15
Rush attempts: 1, at Arizona State, 10/29/15
Rush yards: 21, at Arizona State, 10/29/15
Long rush: 21, at Arizona State, 10/29/15
Receptions: 7 [t-28th], vs Florida State, 01/01/2015; vs Arizona, 12/05/14
Receiving yards: 165 [4th], vs Florida State, 01/01/2015 (7 receptions)
Receiving TDs: 2 [t-6th], vs Florida State, 01/01/2015; at Washington, 10/17/15
Long reception: 64 [19th], Michigan State, 09/06/14
Total offense attempts: 1, at Arizona State, 10/29/15 (1 rush, 0 pass)
Total offense yeards: 21, at Arizona State, 10/29/15 (21 rush, 0 pass)
All-purpose yards: 165, vs Florida State, 01/01/2015