** 2013 All-Mid-American Conference First Team **
** MAC West Division Offensive Player of the Week (10/12/13)
** 2013 Fred Biletnikoff Award Semifinalist **
** Selected to the Biletnikoff Award Watch List in 2012 & 2013 **
Graduated from high school in December of 2010 and joined Ball State for the second semester of the 2010-11 academic year.
Career: Ranks second all-time at Ball State in receiving yards (2,940) and receptions (214) . . . ranks first at Ball State with 13 career games of 100 or more yards receiving . . . 25 touchdown catches ranks second all-time at Ball State . . . one of only two players in Ball State history to have two 1,000-yard receiving seasons in a career . . . one of only three players in Ball State history with 200 or more career receptions.
2013 (Jr.): Started his 29th career game vs. Miami University . . . 12 starts this season . . . two touchdown games vs. Illinois State, at North Texas, vs. Kent State, at Akron and vs. Central Michigan . . . tallied 164 receiving yards on nine catches with two touchdowns vs. Illinois State . . . five catches for 77 yards and two scores at North Texas . . . nine catches for 175 yards at Eastern Michigan . . . seven catches for 131 yards vs. Toledo . . . six catches for 104 yards and one touchdown at Virginia . . . 10 receptions for 152 yards and two TDs vs. Kent State . . . fourth consecutive game with 100 or more yards receiving vs. Kent State . . . ranks fourth in the nation in receiving touchdowns (14) and receiving yards per game (119.1) plus is eighth in receptions per game (8.1) . . . leads the nation with nine games of 100 or more yards receiving . . . seventh game with two TD catches vs. Central Michigan . . . one of three Ball State receivers -- first time in school history -- to reach the 100-yard receiving mark in the same game with his 133 and one TD vs. Miami University.
2012 (So.): Started 12 games . . . played in all 13 games, including the Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl St. Petersburg . . . earne second letter . . . 89 catches for 1,148 yards -- ranked in a tie for third on Ball State's single-season charts for receptions and third for receiving yards in a single season . . . tied for first in the nation in plays from scrimmage of 10 yards or more with 58 . . . 18th in the nation in receptions per game (6.85) and 25th in receiving yards per contest (88.31) . . . five catches at Toledo to reach the 100 reception plateau . . . nine touchdown catches is the sixth best single-season mark in school history . . . caught a career high 14 passes for a career best 216 yards with a career high two touchdown receptions at Kent State . . . the 14 catches at Kent State ties for the second best single game effort in school history . . . tied career high with two TD receptions in the bowl game vs. Central Florda . . . caught a career long 52-yard pass vs. Western Michigan, which was the longest pass play of the season for Ball State . . . caught 11 passes for 135 yards vs. South Florida . . . made a game-winning touchdown reception vs. USF with 1:02 remaining in the contest that gave Ball State a 31-27 lead . . . nine catces for 147 yards vs. Western Michigan . . . six receptions for 87 yards and one touchdown vs. Northern Illinois . . . six catches for 52 yards an one TD at Central Michigan.
2011 (Fr.): Started four games . . . made his first career start vs. Army . . . tallied a career high 180 receiving yards vs. Army, which was the 11th best single game effort in Ball State history . . . season high 10 catches vs. Army was the best Ball State single game performance since Briggs Orsbon's 10 vs. Toledo Oct. 3, 2009 . . . managed his second career TD catch vs. Army on a 28-yard scoring strike . . . managed his first career reception at South Florida . . . managed four catches for 21 yards vs. Buffalo . . . posted his first career touchdown catch with 29 seconds left in the game vs. Buffalo to seal the Cardinals victory . . . four catches for 49 yards at Ohio.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four letters for head coach and his father, Willie Snead . . . helped the Tigers to a 6-5 record as a senior and a 30-8 career mark . . . helped team to four district championships, three regional titles and one state championship . . . all-state as a junior and senior . . . selected the Michigan Player of the Year as a senior . . . all-conference as a junior and senior . . . passed for 2,500 yards with 10 touchdowns plus rushed for 1,320 yards and 13 TDs as a senior . . . passed for 4,000 yards with 40 touchdowns and rushed for 2,500 yards and 29 TDs in his career . . . set the school record for total yards in a single game with 489 . . . set the school standard for total passing yards with 3,100 as a junior.
PERSONAL: Son of Willie and Sofia Snead . . . one brother and one sister . . . born Oct. 17, 1992, in Winter Park, Fla. . . . full name is Willie Lee Snead IV.
Points scored: 12, 7 times
Touchdowns: 2, 7 times
Receptions: 14, at Kent State, 9/29/2012
Receiving yards: 216, at Kent State, 9/29/2012 (14 receptions)
Receiving TDs: 2, 7 times
Long reception: 55, Toledo, 9/28/2013
All-purpose yards: 216, at Kent State, 9/29/2012
Tackles: 2, at North Texas, 9/14/2013 (1-1)