Made an appearance in five of the 10 games ... snared his one reception for eight yards during a 71-yard touchdown drive against Penn.
Saw action in seven of the games, starting with the 49-7 win over Sacred Heart ... first career reception went for seven yards at Central Connecticut State in the 34-7 victory ... caught two nine-yard passes on consecutive plays at Harvard during the Big Green’s lone touchdown drive in the epic battle with the 15th-ranked Crimson ... longest reception came against Cornell, gaining 13 yards in the 21-3 triumph.
Played with the jayvee squad and starred in the 40-0 win over Williams, catching six passes for 74 yards ... three of those receptions went for touchdowns of eight, 18 and 23 yards.
Made first varsity appearance in the 56-0 victory over Columbia ... spent most of the season working out with the junior varsity.
Moved to cornerback from wide receiver early in his career ... played in each of the three junior varsity games, contributing a total of 17 tackles, including nine in the win over Middlebury ... also picked off a pass against Bridgton Academy.
All-state first team defensive back at Spiro ... caught 35 passes for 407 yards and five touchdowns in his final season ... added 533 yards and five more TDs on the ground ... made 34 tackles, two interceptions and three breakups in the secondary ... selected for Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State game ... played three years of basketball and baseball and added track as a senior ... considered Harvard and Navy ... listed as the No. 21 recruit in Oklahoma by 247Sports.
Majoring in English ... full name is Kent Lamar Booze, Jr. ... born on Oct. 16, 1993 ... son of Kent Booze, Sr. and Denay Burris has three brothers and one sister ... interested in film and media studies ... might want to be a sports broadcaster and has served as the PA announcer at Big Green softball games ... second-cousin Henry Burris played quarterback for Temple and with the Chicago Bears after graduating from Spiro.
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