|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) . . . Equaled 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 behind the program's 1,000-yard receiver . . . Led the Ducks with a 19.0 yards-per-catch average . . . Encountered his most productive stretch of the year 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 yards against 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 yards: 21, at Arizona State, 10/29/15 (21 rush, 0 pass)
All-purpose yards: 165, vs Florida State, 01/01/2015