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Jalen Guyton
Jalen  Guyton
Class:
RS Sophomore

Hometown:
Allen, TX

Last College:
Trinity Valley CC

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 194

Position:
WR


08/14/2017

Day 12 Notebook: Mean Green Open Week Three

North Texas Held Practice In Apogee Stadium Monday

08/12/2017

Scrimmage Notebook: Offense Continues To Grow

North Texas Held Its Second Scrimmage Of Fall Camp Saturday At Apogee Stadium

08/05/2017

Scrimmage Notebook: Quarterbacks Start Strong, Defensive Line Shines

North Texas Held Its First Scrimmage Of Fall Camp Saturday At Apogee Stadium

08/02/2017

VIDEO: Garner, Guyton Recap First Few Days Of Camp

Brandon Garner, Jalen Guyton Speak Following Wednesday's Practice

04/08/2017

Garner, Shanbour, Pearson Shine In Green-White Game

Linebacker Brandon Garner Has Nine Tackles, Breaks Up Four Passes In Spring Finale

Junior College:
• Rated a three-star prospect by 247Sports, Scout and Rivals out of Trinity Valley CC
• Rated the fourth-best junior college wide receiver in the 2017 class by 247Sports and sixth-best junior college prospect in Texas by the 247Sports Composite ranking system
• Caught 45 passes for 968 yards and 12 TDs in 12 games for Trinity Valley in 2016 as a redshirt freshman, averaging 21.5 yards per catch
• Originally committed to Notre Dame and redshirted during the 2015 season

High School:
• Coming out of Allen High School, was rated a four-star prospect and was the 256th player in nation and 30th wide receiver on ESPN Top 300 list, 261st on PrepStar Top 300 list, and 39th best player in Texas in Dallas Morning News Top 100
• Had 82 receptions for 1,770 yards, 22 touchdowns and 21.6-yard-per-catch average as senior in 2014 at Allen High School
• Helped Allen to 47-16 win over Houston Cypress Ranch in Texas Class 6A state title game in front of 52,308 fans at AT&T Stadium, making four catches for 35 yards
• Helped Allen to 16-0 record in 2014 in winning third-straight Texas state title and extended winning streak to 43 games
• Selected for USA Football International Bowl in Arlington, Texas
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