Andre Patton was a standout WR for Rutgers University.
Career: 44 games played; 90 receptions for 1,164 yards (12.9 average yards per reception) with 10 TDs; Longest TD reception is 68 yards.
2016 (Senior): 12 games with 11 starts; 33 Receptions for 460 yards; Average 13.9 yards per catch; 5 TDs
2016: Played in all 12 games with 11 starts at wide receiver ... recorded 33 receptions for 460 yards ... led the team and ranked ninth in the Big Ten with five receiving touchdowns ... averaged 13.94 yards per catch ... added three tackles on special teams during the season ... totaled six receptions for 69 yards in season finale at Maryland (11/26) ... collected four catches for 29 yards on Senior Night versus No. 9 Penn State (11/19) ... registered a 68-yard touchdown on six receptions versus Indiana (11/5) ... also had a tackle on special teams against the Hoosiers ... had a 37-yard touchdown grab on five catches for 73 yards at Minnesota (10/22) ... recorded a game-high 90 receiving yards on five receptions versus Illinois (10/15) with a long grab of 38 yards ... tied the game in the fourth quarter with a 14-yard touchdown catch against Iowa (9/24), later adding a 22-yard pickup ... came down with a 21-yard touchdown grab from Janarion Grant versus New Mexico (9/17) ... hauled in a 22-yard touchdown reception in win over Howard (9/10) ... started the season opener at No. 14 Washington (9/3) and reeled in two receptions for 25 yards.
2015 (Junior): 12 games with 10 starts; 34 Receptions for 432 yards; Average 12.7 yards per carry; 1 TD
2015: Played in 12 games with 10 starts at wide receiver ... second on the team with 432 receiving yards and third with 34 receptions ... had 24 catches for a first down ... added one touchdown ... reeled in four receptions for 49 yards against Maryland (11/28) ... had two receptions for 21 yards versus Nebraska (11/14) ... totaled 35 yards on three catches at No. 16 Michigan (11/7) ... picked up 20 yards receiving at Wisconsin (10/31) ... had a four-yard touchdown grab against No. 1 Ohio State (10/24) in the fourth quarter ... had four catches overall versus the Buckeyes ... recorded 89 yards on six receptions, including a season-long grab of 38 yards, in comeback win at Indiana (10/17) ... picked up two catches for 39 yards versus No. 4 Michigan State (10/10) ... collected five receptions for 53 yards in the win over Kansas (9/26) ... registered a 30-yard catch at Penn State (9/19), totaling 42 yards on two receptions ... logged a catch versus Washington State (9/12) ... started at wide receiver and recorded 47 yards on three receptions in opening win over Norfolk State (9/5) ... made a 24-yard catch in the first quarter for Rutgers’ first completion of the season.
2014 (Sophomore): Played in the last nine games of the regular season with four starts at wide receiver ... totaled 20 receptions for 223 yards and three touchdowns ... caught three passes and had a 34-yard touchdown in the Quick Lane Bowl (12/26) win against North Carolina ... broke out for eight catches, 101 yards and two touchdowns in win at Maryland (11/29) ... had at least 100 yards for the first time in his career against the Terrapins ... started and had two receptions at Michigan State (11/22) ... had three catches for 20 yards in win versus Indiana (11/15) ... started and had three receptions versus Wisconsin (11/1) ... made first catch of season at Ohio State (10/18) ... made season debut in the game versus Tulane (9/27) ... missed first four games due to injury ... listed as a starting wide receiver on the preseason depth chart.
2013 (Freshman): Appeared in 11 games, making two starts at wide receiver as a true freshman ... recorded first career receiving touchdown on a 12-yard catch versus USF (12/7) ... made one grab for 10 yards at UConn (11/30) ... recovered a blocked punt in the end zone at UCF (11/21) ... registered first career catch for 27 yards against Cincinnati (11/16) ... made first start at wide receiver in Houston (10/26) game ... made collegiate debut at Fresno State (8/29) on special teams.
High School: Two-way standout in high school for head coach Joe Hemphill at St. Elizabeth ... named the Delaware Defensive Player of the Year by voting media and the Delaware Interscholastic Football Coaches Association ... finished the season with 68 tackles and three interceptions ... totaled 48 receptions for 761 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior ... rushed for 677 yards and another 14 touchdowns ... also returned punts and kickoffs for the Vikings ... junior season featured 28 receptions for 644 yards and 10 touchdowns ... also totaled 37 tackles and three interceptions in 2011 ... three-star recruit and the nation's No. 67 wide receiver according to Scout ... No. 1 prospect in Delaware by Rivals ... a three-star Rivals recruit who was tabbed the country's No. 81 wide receiver ... three-star recruit by ESPN.com and 247Sports ... rated the No. 1 player in Delaware by ESPN.com and 247Sports.
Andre has intuitive football instincts and a willingness to learn and develop as a player. Andre has the intelligence, work ethic, talent, heart, and determination to succeed as a professional football player, and will reward the team that signs him.
Andre is the type of player that would be an asset to your team both on and off the field.