Sean Bailey
# 4
Split End - SE
Height: 6-1  Weight: 174
Senior
Previous Affiliations
   Milton
Previous Experience
  2L
Hometown
   Alpharetta, Ga.
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Player Interview: Sean Bailey
Courtesy: UGA Sports Communications
Release: 06/19/2006
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Sr., 6-1, 174
Alpharetta, Ga. (Milton

Born: Dec. 6, 1984
Major: Real Estate

Career Highs: 5 catches (4x), last vs. Troy in 2007; 96 yards vs. No. 18 Auburn in 2007; long reception of 55 yards at Georgia Tech in 2007

2007: *Appeared in 12 games making 12 starts with 37 receptions for 597 yards and four TDs
*Has led the team in receiving in six games in 2007
*Three catches for 85 yards including a career-long 55-yard reception at Georgia Tech
*Made three catches for 25 yards vs. Kentucky
*Led the team in receiving vs. No. 18 Auburn with four catches for a career-high 96 yards and a TD
*Led team with five receptions for 57 yards and a TD vs. Troy while also rushing once for 12 yards
*Had a team-high three receptions vs. No. 9 Florida for 44 yards
*Recorded two catches for 39 yards including a 32-yard TD reception at Vanderbilt
*Made one reception for 14 yards at Tennessee
*One rush for four yards vs. Ole Miss
*Led the team by tying a career-high five receptoins for 74 yards at No. 16 Alabama
*Hauled in two passes for 32 yards and one TD vs. W. Carolina
*Tied for team lead with 44 yards receiving on four catches vs. S. Carolina
*Led team in receiving by tying careerhigh five receptions for a career-best 87 yards vs. Oklahoma St.
*Back to 100 percent in spring drills
*Caught one pass for 25 yards in annual spring G-Day game
*Listed as number one SE at conclusion of spring drills

2006: Missed the year while recovering from a knee injury

2005: Caught two passes for 25 yards in annual spring G-Day game
*Led Georgia with 78 receiving yards and two touchdowns in team’s opener against Boise State
*Topped all Bulldog receivers against Vanderbilt with 77 yards
*Scored the game’s first two touchdowns (45-yard reception, 29-yard reception) during Georgia’s SEC Championship Game win over LSU...best games vs. Boise State (78 yards, 4 receptions, 2 TDs) and vs. LSU in SEC Championship Game (74 yards, 2 receptions, 2 TDs)
*Knee injury in bowl practice ended his season.

2004: Two receptions for 20 yards in annual spring G-Day game
*Named to 2004 Southeastern Conference Freshman Academic Honor Roll
*Played in all 11 games, earning two starts
*Recorded 14 catches for 224 yards and three TDs, including two at Kentucky
*Caught career-long 53-yard pass vs. Georgia Tech
*First career catch was 21-yard TD reception vs. LSU
*Two catches for 40 yards in 2005 Outback Bowl victory over Wisconsin
*2004 SEC Academic Honor Roll...part of team that has posted 42-10 record from 2001-04 (sixth best in the country), three straight seasons of 10 or more wins, three straight bowl victories, and three consecutive national top six finishes
*Recipient of Leon Farmer, III, Endowed Football Scholarship.

2003: Promising freshman whose playing time and development were hindered by a hamstring injury which caused him to miss five games: Alabama, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Florida and Auburn
*Posted the first two catches of his collegiate career in the fourth quarter of the Middle Tennessee game
*Grabbed two of his four receptions against LSU an 11-yarder in Baton Rouge during the regular season and a 10-yarder versus the Tigers in the SEC Championship Game
*Part of Georgia team that won 32 games from 2001-03 and ranked among the top five teams nationally in winning percentage

High School: Milton, coached by Ronnie Jackson
*USA Today All-USA First Team as a wide receiver
*Class AAAAA Offensive Player of the Year, Super 11, Super Southern 100, Top 50 in Georgia, and Class AAAAA All-State by Atlanta Journal-Constitution
*Class AAAAA Player of the Year and All-State First Team as a wide receiver by the Georgia Sports Writers Association
*Prep Star/Rivals Top 100, All-American and All-Region
*SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie Team
*The Tampa Tribune Best of the South Top 20 Southern high school players
*Countdown To Signing Day All-South first team
*CNNSI.com/The Insiders.com 2nd team All-American and first team All-Southeast
*BorderWars.com 101 Team and #2 Player in Georgia
*U.S. Army All-American
*Made three catches including a 37-yard TD in the 2003 U.S. Army All-American Bowl Game
*As a senior, caught 86 passes for 1,382 yards and 18 TDs
*As a junior, hauled in 32 passes for 790 yards and 10 TDs
*Played CB, making more than 80 tackles as a junior, while picking off three passes and recovering two fumbles
*Also ran track
*Had 3.8 high school GPA

Receiving
Year    G/GS    Rec.    Yards    Per/Rec.    Per/Gm.    TD    LG
2003    9/0    6     66    11.0    7.3    0    15 MT
2004     12/2    14    224    16    18.7     3    53 GT
2005    11/10    16    364    22.8    33.1    4    53 VU
2007    12/12    37    597    16.1    49.8    4    55 GT
Total    32/24    73    1,251    17.1    39.1    7    55 GT

Rushing
Year    G/GS    Att.    Yards    Per/Att.    Per/Gm.    TD        LG
2003    9/0    0    0    0    0    0    --
2004    12/2    2    4    2.0    0.3    0    3
2005    11/10    2    -2    -1.0    -0.2    0    7
2007    12/12    2    3    1.5    0.3    0    4 OM
Total    32/24    6    5    0.8    0.2    0    7