2019: Enters the fall in competition for a starting spot at wide receiver ... in 22 career games, has caught 11 passes for 100 yards (9.09) ... has played 331 career snaps ... owns four games with 2+ receptions including a career-high two catches against N.C. Central, Virginia and Florida State in 2017 and N.C. Central in 2018 ... has three games with 20+ receiving yards with a career-high 27 yards versus N.C. Central in 2017.
2018 Game-by-Game Statistics
2018: Played in 10 games ... did not see action against North Carolina, Clemson and Wake Forest ... caught three passes for 27 yards (9.00) ... had a season-high two receptions against N.C. Central ... logged a season-high 20 receiving yards versus N.C. Central ... on the field for 101 snaps.
2017 Game-by-Game Statistics
2017: Played in 12 games ... did not see action against Northwestern ... caught eight passes for 73 (9.13) yards ... had a season-high two receptions against N.C. Central, Virginia and Florida State ... logged a season-high 27 receiving yards versus N.C. Central ... on the field for 230 snaps.
2016: Did not see game action.
PRIOR TO DUKE: Four-year letterman at Benedictine School under coach Greg Lilly ... consensus four-star prospect by ESPN.com, Rivals.com, 247Sports.com and Scout.com ... member of the Rivals.com 100 (No. 67) and Scout.com 300 (No. 116) ... charted by Rivals.com as the No. 13 wide receiver in the nation ... tabbed as the No. 17 wide receiver in the nation by Scout.com ... helped Benedictine to consecutive Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association (VISAA) Division I state titles ... VISAA Division I first team all-state pick as a sophomore (WR), junior (ATH) and senior (QB) and honorable mention choice (WR) as a freshman ... as a senior, named to the USA Today High School Sports American Family Insurance ALL-USA Virginia second team and tabbed the VISAA and Richmond Times-Dispatch Offensive Player of the Year ... during senior season, helped Benedictine to a 10-2 mark and second straight state title by rushing 114 times for 1,112 yards and nine TDs, throwing for 1,353 yards and 20 TDs with three INTs, punting for an average of 38 yards per kick and catching 14 passes for 189 yards ... after senior campaign, tabbed a Richmond Times-Dispatch All-Metro first team selection as a utility player and a VirginiaPreps.com Private Schools first team selection as an athlete ... following junior year, named the Richmond Times-Dispatch All-Metro Player of the Year after accumulating more than 1,800 yards (609 rushing, 1,044 passing & 220 receiving) ... threw nine TD passes, rushed for eight scores and caught two TD passes as the Cadets finished 11-2 and downed Bishop Ireton, 23-7, in the state title tilt ... as a sophomore, recorded 51 catches for 886 yards and seven TDs and earned Richmond Times-Dispatch All-Metro first team honors ... also lettered in track and field.
PERSONAL: Born September 30, 1998 ... graduated from Duke in June, 2019, with a degree in sociology and certificate in markets and management ... currently pursuing a master’s in management studies ... son of Jean and Rob Bracey ... brother, Quin, played football at Norfolk State University.