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Jeremiah Booker

Position Wide Receiver
Height 6'2''
Weight 200 lbs.
Class Junior
Hometown College Station, Texas
High School College Station HS
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Career Honors: 2018: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (spring). 2017: Academic All-Big 12 First Team; Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall and spring). 2016: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall). 2015: Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (fall).
 
2018 (Sr.): Voted a team captain … Nicholls: Started at wide receiver in the season-opener … Caught three passes totaling 19 yards … at Central Michigan: Missed the game due to injury … Rutgers: Started at wide receiver … Caught three receptions for 32 yards and a touchdown against the Scarlet Knight defense … at Baylor: Started at wide receiver … Reeled in three catches for 25 yards and a touchdown …Oklahoma State: Started at wide receiver … caught one 22 yard pass for a touchdown … This is now three straight games with a touchdown for Booker …at West Virginia: Saw action at wide receiver … Reeled in four receptions for 63 yards … at Texas Tech: Started at wide receiver … Reeled in three balls for 18 yards … TCU: Caught three balls for 49 yards with a long of 34 yards …Iowa State: Saw action at wide receiver … at Kansas State: Started at wide receiver … Caught four balls for 35 yards and a touchdown … at Oklahoma: Started at wide receiver … Reeled in five balls for 58 yards and a touchdown … Texas: Started at wide receiver in his last game as a Jayhawk … Caught two balls for 23 yards to cap off a great career in a Kansas uniform. 

2017 (Jr.): Voted a team captain … Played in 10 games, missing the final two games of the season with an injury … Started in all 10 games he played in at wide receiver … Finished as KU’s fourth-leading receiver with 22 catches for 287 yards and two touchdowns … SEMO: Led KU with five catches … Recorded a career-high 66 yards against the Redhawks … Central Michigan: Had two catches for 37 yards … at Ohio: Recorded his first TD of the season … Hauled in four passes for 59 yards … West Virginia: Registered two receptions for 24 yards … Texas Tech: Grabbed his second TD catch of the season … Recorded three catches for 39 yards … K-State: KU’s second-leading receiver with five catches for 57 yards … at Texas: Caught one pass for five yards before leaving the game with an injury.
 
2016 (So.): Didn’t see any game action until the third game of the season at Memphis due to an injury suffered in preseason camp … Grabbed a season-high five passes at Oklahoma … Totaled a season-best 27 yards at Baylor on one reception … at Texas Tech: Tallied a season-high three catches for 14 yards … at Baylor: Posted a career-long-tying reception of 27 yards on his one catch against the Bears … at Oklahoma: Turned in a season-high five receptions for 22 yards.
 
2015 (Fr.): Missed the first four games of the year due to an injury suffered in preseason camp … Returned to play in eight games, starting six against Texas Tech, Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, TCU, West Virginia and K-State … Logged 23 receptions for 228 yards in his freshman season … Recorded a career-best seven catches for 65 yards against Texas Tech … Baylor: In the first action of his career, caught three passes for a team-best 39 yards … Texas Tech: Started the first game of his career and led the Jayhawks with a seven-reception, 65-yard performance … at Oklahoma State: Started his second-straight game and procured two catches for 37 yards … Oklahoma: Snagged two passes for 20 yards … at Texas: Grabbed two passes for six yards … at TCU: Started at wide receiver and hauled in four passes for 40 yards … West Virginia: Caught two passes for 17 yards … K-State: Posted one reception for four yards.
 
High School: Earned a three-star rating from ESPN and a two-star ranking from Rivals and 247Sports.com … Completed his senior season with 44 receptions for 797 yards and 10 touchdowns … Made 24 catches for 465 yards and seven touchdowns as a junior in 2013 … Finished his high school career at College Station HS with 74 catches, 1,343 yards and 17 touchdowns … Earned his team’s Blood, Sweat and Tears Award following his senior season … Also ran track and claimed first place at the 2014 District 18-3A Championship in the 300-meter hurdles.
 
Personal: Son of Jackie and Herbert Booker … Has two older siblings: a brother, Joshua, and a sister, Javan … Majoring in sport management with a business minor.