As a junior (2003): Started all 11 games ... Finished second on the club with 48 catches -- the ninth-best single-season mark in KU history ... Was also second on the team with 553 receiving yards ... Hauled in three touchdown receptions ... Credited with a career-long 73 yard reception against No. 6 Texas ... Averaged 11.5 yards per catch and 50.3 receiving yards per game ... Had at least two catches in every game ... Collected a season-high eight catches for 135 yards against No. 6 Texas ... Moved into ninth-place on KU's career receiving yards list and enters his senior season with 1,530 career yards ... Scored touchdowns against Toledo, Kansas State and Iowa State ... Named the team's offensive player of the week after the game against Texas ... Returned a pair of punts including a long return of 31 yards.
As a sophomore (2003): Sure-handed receiver who started all 13 of KU's games ... Led the team with 769 receiving yards and averaged 19.2 yards per catch ... Also led the club with seven touchdown catches -- which tied for the most ever by a KU sophomore ... Tied for the team lead with an average of 59.2 receiving yards per game ... His 40 receptions marked the 13th best single-season total in school history ... Only two players in KU history have caught more touchdowns in a single season than Simmons' seven (Quintin Smith, 1989 and Bruce Adams, 1972 each had eight) ... Currently tied for 10th on KU's career TDs list with eight scores in his first two years.
As a freshman (2002): One of six true freshmen to see action ... Named to the The Sporting News Big 12 All-Freshman team ... Played in all 12 games with one starting assignment ... Had 23 catches for 208 yards and two touchdowns ... Averaged nine yards per catch ... Ranked sixth on the team in scoring with 12 points ... Had five multiple-catch games.
High School: A product of one of the top high school programs in the state ... Had 40 receptions for 688 yards and eight touchdowns his senior year ... Played a significant role in helping his team to the conference championships as a junior and senior ... Had six receptions in the regional finals ... A former two-time all-district selection ... Named as one of the top 100 players in the state by the Dallas Morning News ... Also included in the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram's Top 75 Players .. Ranked as the No. 66 prep wide receiver by Rivals 100 ... Coached in high school by Dave Meadows ... An honor student at his high school.
Personal: An economics major.