A prototype wideout, who is a returning starter ... SDSU's leading returning receiver, logging all of his 34 career receptions a year ago ... Came on during conference play with 24 grabs in the final six contests ... Has worked hard in the off-season to add speed and bulk to his 6-4 frame.
2005: The team's starting flanker, who also saw action on special teams, recording six tackles ... Played in all 12 games, starting seven times ... First career 100-yard receiving game at Hawai'i, logging eight catches for 119 yards and a touchdown ... Career-long of 41 yards in the third quarter against the Warriors ... Six catches for 85 yards, including his first career TD (20 yards), at Colorado State... Also made a then career-long 22-yard catch against the Rams. .. Three catches against TCU, Ohio State and Air Force ... Four catches for 42 yards at Utah ... Logged his first career reception in the third quarter of the UCLA game ... Ended up with a pair of catches for 25 yards versus the Bruins.
2004: Did not catch a pass as a freshman, but saw spot duty in three games.
2003: Redshirted his first year on campus.
High School: An all-region pick in Arizona as a free safety and receiver ... Caught 35 passes for 648 yards ... Recorded 53 tackles with six interceptions on the defensive side ... Credited with four pass break-ups and caused three fumbles ... Also earned four varsity letters in baseball and was an all-region selection as an outfielder ... An invitee to the Arizona state all-star football game ... Was drafted in the 34th round of the Major League Baseball draft by the Detroit Tigers out of high school.
Personal: Born Nov. 7, 1985, in Lancaster ... Son of Tim and Kim Schilens ... An anthropology major.
Schilens' Career Statistics