|High School:||Central Catholic HS|
2015 – Earned a starting nod against Washington State while coming off the bench in each of the remaining 12 outings to contribute to a formidable tandem at the position . . . Completed the year catching five passes for 39 yards and one touchdown in addition to improving his prowess as an effective blocker at the line of scrimmage . . . Accumulated all of his receptions in four of the first five games, including two catches for 12 yards in the season-opening win over Eastern Washington . . . Contributed an 11-yard scoring grab against Georgia State . . . Added a pair of tackles covering punts vs. Washington State . . . Logged more than 60 snaps on three occasions, including 68 plays at Arizona State . . . Paced all tight ends in the 2016 Spring Game with five catches for 35 yards.
2014 — Jumped out to a good start yet injuries helped derail his momentum until the latter part of the year . . . Stepped onto the field for 13 of 15 games, latching onto both of his 2014 receptions (29 yards) in the season opener against South Dakota . . . Took part in a season-best 33 snaps vs. Wyoming . . . Also took part in 30 plays in the Pac-12 Championships . . . Moved into second on tight end's all-time power clean list (352 lbs.).
2013 — Broke onto the scene in impressive fashion as the team’s sixth-leading receiver caught five passes for 121 yards and two touchdowns in his third game as a collegian against Tennessee . . . Was bestowed John Mackey Tight End of the Week national honors for his effort in his starting debut as he proceeded to play in all 13 games as a true freshman . . . Started five of his appearances, finishing the year with 16 catches for 281 yards and three scores . . . Added a 14-yard TD catch against Utah . . . Also enjoyed multiple-reception outings vs. Washington (3-19 yards) and Washington State (2-35 yards) in consecutive weeks . . . Was the recipient of program’s Len Casanova Award as the team’s first-year player who exemplified the ideals and inspiration of the program’s former head football coach and athletics director.
BEFORE OREGON — The two-time first-team MaxPrep Division IV all-state tight end helped the Raiders to the IV state championship his senior year and a 14-2 mark under head coach Roger Canepa . . . The Scout.com four-star choice and Western Athletic League MVP was listed 10th among the nation’s tight end prospects by ESPN.com . . . Caught 33 passes for 625 yards and eight touchdowns in 2012 while completing his prep career in the Semper Fidelis All-America game . . . Included was a season-high five catches for 55 yards vs. St. Mary’s (Stockton) and seven tackles at Ceres (CA) . . . Also recorded 80 tackles and 15.5 quarterback sacks as a linebacker his final year to be named to the Cal-Hi Sports all-state first team on defense . . . Twice grabbed a pair of TD catches and credited with three QB takedowns on a trio of separate occasions . . . Honored as a Sac-Joaquin all-section and all-NorCal first-team choice on offense, in addition to MaxPrep All-America acclaim following his senior season, as well as a two-time first-team Modesto Bee all-district pick on defense . . . The three-time all-conference pick caught 17 passes for 314 yards and five touchdowns (18.47) while recording 45 total tackles and 7.5 sacks for a loss of 53 yards in 2011.
PERSONAL — Major: General Social Science.
John Mackey Award Watch List (Nation's Top Tight End)
MUNDT'S CAREER BESTS
Points scored: 12, Tennessee, 09/14/13
Touchdowns: 2, Tennessee, 09/14/13
Receptions: 5, Tennessee, 09/14/13
Receiving yards: 121, Tennessee, 09/14/13 (5 receptions)
Receiving TDs: 2, Tennessee, 09/14/13
Long reception: 57, Tennessee, 09/14/13
All-purpose yards: 121, Tennessee, 09/14/13
Tackles: 1, Washington State, 10/10/15