Breshad Perriman

Breshad  Perriman


Lithonia, Ga.

High School:
Arabia Mountain

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 214

Wide Receiver


Breshad to Baltimore

Knights produce first-round NFL Draft pick for second straight season.


Perriman Going Pro

UCF head coach George O'Leary comments on Breshad Perriman entering NFL Draft.


All Hail The Champs

Hail Mary from Holman to Perriman lifts Knights to second straight American Athletic Conference title.


No Bull - Knights Shut Out USF 16-0

UCF shuts out USF 16-0 Friday at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.


House Party

UCF rolls to 34-14 win over Temple on Homecoming


St. Petersburg Bowl (USA Today)

St. Petersburg Bowl (USA Today); photos by Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports


UCF 32, East Carolina 30 (USATSI)

Holman hits Perriman for 51-yard hail-Mary touchdown to give UCF a share of the American title.


UCF vs. Tulane

UCF takes on Tulane


Football vs. BYU

NCAA Football: Brigham Young at Central Florida (USATSI)


UCF at No. 20 Missouri

UCF at No. 20 Missouri photos by USA TODAY Sports

-Named to the All-American Athletic Conference First Team
-Earned a spot on Phil Steele's Postseason All-Conference First Team
-Selected as UCF's Outstanding Wide Receiver at the team banquet
-Had a stretch of seven straight games with a touchdown reception from Oct. 18-Dec. 4
-Ended the year on a streak of 31 straight games played with a catch
-Posted three 100-yard receiving games, including in the final two contests of the year
-Became the first UCF receiver with at least 1,000 yards in a season since Mike Sims-Walker in 2006
-Racked up 50 receptions with 1,044 yards and nine touchdowns
-At Croke Park Classic vs. Penn State 8/30: Made three catches for 81 yards, with a long of 50 against the Nittany Lions in Ireland
-At Missouri 9/13: Made two catches for 27 yards
-Bethune-Cookman 9/20: Perriman led UCF's receivers with three catches for 98 yards and a touchdown. It was his first TD of the season (eighth of his career)
-At Houston 10/2: Perriman's 52-yard touchdown catch in the third quarter extended his streak of consecutive games with a reception to 22
-BYU 10/9: Added six catches for 83 yards
-Tulane 10/18: Hauled in a 45-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter
-Temple 10/25: Finished with a career-high 146 receiving yards on seven receptions, and had a 54-yard TD catch in the second quarter
-UConn 11/1: Posted 43 yards and one touchdown off two receptions
-Tulsa 11/14: Caught three passes for 82 yards and one score
-SMU 11/22: Finished with two catches for 42 yards, including a 25-yard touchdown reception
-At USF 11/28: Led the receiving corps with six catches for 55 yards and a score
-At East Carolina 12/4: Stunned the college football world with a 51-yard Hail Mary catch to defeat ECU, 32-30, and give the Knights the 2014 conference title
-Earned American Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week honors for his performance in that game, which featured four catches for 139 yards
-St. Pete 12/26: Had a season-high nine catches with 138 yards

-College Football News All-Sophomore Honorable Mention
-Member of the American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team
-Led UCF by averaging 20.8 yards per reception
-Started 10 of 12 games played, and delivered 39 catches for 811 yards and four touchdowns
-Posted three 100-yard games, and had a touchdown catch in three of the last four games of the season
-Akron 8/29: Finished with a game-high 113 yards on three catches, including a 91-yard touchdown which sits atop the record books as the longest play from scrimmage in UCF history
-At Penn State 9/14: Caught four passes and totaled 56 yards with a long of 26
-South Carolina 9/28: Collected 109 yards with a long catch-and-run for 79 yards
-At Memphis 10/5: Posted his second-straight 100-yard performance and third of the season with 107 yards and seven catches
-At Louisville 10/18: Caught two passes for 38 yards
-UConn 10/26: Hauled in two receptions for 72 yards, with a long of 50
-Houston 11/9: Recorded five catches for 60 yards
-Rutgers 11/21: Posted five catches for 99 yards with one touchdown
-USF 11/29: Caught two balls for 69 yards, with a 52-yard game-winning touchdown
-SMU 12/7: Hauled in two passes for 28 yards
-Tostitos Fiesta Bowl 1/1: Finished the game with one score and 48 yards on three catches

-Earned a spot on the C-USA All-Freshman Team
-Among true freshman in UCF history, ranked third all-time with 26 receptions, third with 388 yards and third with three touchdowns
-Had only one catch in the first three games, then racked up 25 in the final 11 contests
-Boasted at least two receptions in the final four games of the season
-At Akron 8/30: Caught his first career catch for eight yards
-FIU 9/15: Started his first collegiate game at wide receiver against the Panthers
-Missouri 9/29: Registered two catches for twenty-five yards with a career long of 13 yards
-ECU 10/4: Caught one pass for 11 yards against the Pirates
-Southern Miss 10/13: Grabbed five balls for 55 yards
-At Memphis 10/20: Had two catches for 21 yards
-SMU 11/3: Recorded one touchdown catch for 18 yards
-At UTEP 11/10: Caught a pass for seven yards
-At Tulsa 11/17: Hauled in two passes for 33 yards and a touchdown
-UAB 11/24: Collected 55 yards on three catches
-At C-USA Championship 12/1: Pulled in three catches for 65 yards and a touchdown
-Beef 'O' Brady's Bowl 12/21: Finished the bowl win with five catches for 90 yards including a 45-yarder

High School
-A very talented and fast wide receiver prospect from the Atlanta-area
-Finished his high school career for new Class 5A Arabia Mountain in Lithonia, after playing for Lithonia's Martin Luther King and Conyers' Heritage high schools
-Played for Christopher Beal at Arabia Mountain
-Arguably the top receiver in DeKalb County during his senior season, participated in the 2010 DeKalb County Coaches Association Senior All-Star Football Game
-Was the MVP of the Elite One Performance Football Camp
-As a senior in just four games played, had 13 catches for 301 yards and three touchdowns
-As a junior, had 27 catches for 512 yards and six touchdowns
-Rated with two stars from ESPN, while being ranked at No. 221 nationally for wide receiver
-Lettered in football and track for two years
-Timed with a 4.4 40-yard dash and 36-inch vertical leap
-Was a heralded youth track participant, routinely competing in USA Track and Field and Junior Olympic events across the country growing up
-Chose UCF over offers and interest from Miami, Florida State, Cincinnati, FIU and Wyoming

-Parents are Brett and Laundria Perriman
-Father was a 10-year NFL wideout primarily with New Orleans and Detroit


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