A graduate transfer from Virginia Tech ... Kumah has one season of eligibility.
2018: Was Tech’s second-leading receiver with 42 catches for 559 yards and seven TDs ... Registered three catches for 45 yards and caught a 21-yard TD pass vs. Cincinnati (12/31) ... Had four catches for 63 yards and a 32-yard touchdown catch vs. Marshall (12/1) ... Returned vs. Virginia (11/23) and had a 14-yard reception ... DNP vs. Miami (11/17) due to injury ... Had two TD catches, his first career multi-receiving TD performance, and posted six catches for 80 yards at Pitt (11/10) ... Caught a four-yard TD pass and had six receptions for 35 yards vs. Boston College (11/3) ... Pro Football Focus ACC Team of the Week (10/18) ... Had a 24-yard TD catch vs. Notre Dame (10/6) ... Hauled in three passes for 67 yards at Duke (9/29) ... Caught four passes for 86 yards, scored on a 49-yard TD catch and a three-yard blocked punt return at Florida State (9/3).
2017: Played in 13 games, making eight starts … Recorded 28 receptions for 324 yards and two touchdowns … Caught one pass for five yards vs. Old Dominion (9/23) … Recorded three catches for 17 yards vs. Clemson (9/30) … Had four catches for 53 yards vs. Boston College (10/7) … Caught two passes for 23 yards and one touchdown vs. North Carolina (10/21) … Recorded one catch for 16 yards vs. Duke (10/28) … Had two catches for 22 yards at Miami (11/4) … Caught six passes for 82 yards at Georgia Tech (11/11) … Recorded three catches for 25 yards vs. Pitt (11/18) … Had one catch for nine yards at Virginia (11/24) … Caught five passes for 72 yards and one touchdown against Oklahoma State in the Camping World Bowl (12/28).
2016: Appeared in 13 games.
High School: Coached by Daniel Bruton at Forest Park … Rated as a four-star recruit by ESPN Football Recruiting and ranked the No. 67 wide receiver in the country and the No. 8 player in the state … Listed No. 83 by position in the country and No. 16 in the state by 247Sports … Scout ranks him the fifth-best wide receiver in the state and No. 93 in the country, while Rivals lists him overall at No. 23 in the state … Was named to the VHSL 6A All-State Second Team as a senior … Named All-Met first team as a senior with 1,387 receiving yards, leading the area, and 14 touchdown catches … Set school records for receptions (50) and receiving yards (1,400) in and was named the Conference 4 Offensive Player of the Year … As a junior, was named All-Met Honorable Mention after catching 43 passes for 830 yards and totaled 24 touchdowns for a school record 122 points as a wide receiver and a kick returner … Was named a second-team all-6A punt returner and a second-team all-6A South Region wide receiver.
Personal: Son of Eric and Lucretia Kumah … Two brothers, Marcus and Phillip ... Two sisters, Alyssa and Trinity ... Earned degree in property management.