In two-year and 18-game career, has caught 18 passes for 188 yards and a touchdown … Two-year letterman at wide receiver.
Saw action in all 10 games as a sophomore wide receiver … Finished season with 10 receptions for 95 yards and a touchdown … Averaged 9.5 yards per catch … Also made one tackle on special teams (vs. Brown, Nov. 18) … Had six consecutive games (Sept. 30-Nov. 11) with at least one reception … Registered season-highs for receptions (three) and receiving yards (56), along with a season-long and spectacular 34-yard reception at Dartmouth (Oct. 21) … Caught three passes for 18 yards vs. Penn (Oct. 14) … Caught first career and season touchdown pass, a five-yard TD at Marist (Oct. 7) … Made first catch of the season, a 10-yarder at Princeton (Sept. 30).
Saw action in eight games with two starts as a freshman … Ranked tied for sixth on the team with eight catches for 93 yards … Averaged 11.6 yards per catch … Finished with one catch for seven yards at Harvard (Nov. 5) … Caught a career-high four passes for 54 yards with a career long reception of 18 yards vs. Dartmouth (Oct. 22) … Caught two passes for 21 yards at Penn (Oct. 15) … Made one reception for 11 yards in first collegiate game against Saint Francis U (Sept. 17).
Played a post-graduate year of football in 2015 at New Hampton Prep in New Hampton, N.H., where he played football for head coach Rick Marcella … New England All-Star selection for the Huskies … Named to the All-Evergreen League squad … Passed for 884 yards and 13 touchdowns his senior season, while rushing for another 729 yards and 15 scores … Led team to a perfect 9-0 record and Ken O’Keefe New England Super Bowl title in 2015 … Pressed into playing quarterback after several of his teammates sustained injuries … Threw three touchdown passes and ran for two more to lead New Hampton to a 48-26 win over Hamden Hall Country Day in the Ken O’Keefe New England Super Bowl … Threw for two touchdowns and rushed for two more in New Hampton’s 63-14 win over Tilton School in the Powder Keg … Rushed for three touchdowns and 117 yards, passed for another TD in a win over Belmont Hill … Named New Hampton’s September Male Athlete of the Month after playing a role in four touchdowns … A 2014 graduate of Whitney Young Magnent High School in Chicago, Ill., where he played four years of varsity football for head coach Tim Franken … Two-time Chicago Public School League Coaches All-Star Team selection … Caught 34 passes for 530 yards (15.6 yards per catch) with a long of 65 yards and four touchdowns and made 24 tackles in 10 games with three interceptions as a senior … Caught 12 passes for 263 yards (21.9 yards per reception) and seven touchdowns with a long of 63 yards and also intercepted two passes on defense as a junior … Helped lead the Dolphins to a 9-1 overall record, 7-0 Chicago Public School League record and state playoff berth as a junior … Captain of both the football and basketball teams … Part of the Dolphins’ state championship basketball team in 2014, which finished 31-5 overall … An honor roll student all four years of high school, and the 2014 Principal’s Scholar.
Born Christian Everett on July 10, 1997 … Son of Marlon and Michele Everett … Father attended Howard University and mother attended the University of Illinois … Enrolled at Columbia College.