Earned playing time as a true freshman ... Showed exciting potential, most notably with his breakaway speed ... Best game of his first season came in the finale vs. Tennessee, indicating his promise for the future ... Incurred a broken leg midway through spring but is expected to be ready to go in August.
2013 (Freshman): Finished third on the team in receiving with 22 receptions for 285 yards and one touchdown ... Best game came in season finale vs. Tennessee with a season-best six catches for 47 yards ... Posted a season-best 80 yards against Miami, including a 56-yard touchdown reception ... Averaged 13 yards per reception. High School: Possesses great quickness and a sudden burst that help him project as an ideal receiver ... Has displayed great hands, body control and the awareness that make him great at making tough catches in traffic ... Caught 63 passes for 881 yards, 10 receiving touchdowns and six rushing scores as a senior ... Played for Coach Andy Johnson, helping Freedom HS to a 7-4 record and state playoff berth as a senior ... Junior stats featured 46 catches for 718 yards and 11 TDs ... Ranked No. 13 on the Orlando Sentinel Central Florida "Super 60" ... Finished fifth in the long jump at the Florida state track and field championships. Personal: Born in Orlando ... Son of Malouse Badet and Julien Petit-Frere ... Last name pronounced "bah-DETT" ... Currently enrolled in undergradute studies. Community Cats: Participated in Read Across America (2014). Jeff Says ... Other than football, the UK Athletics team I enjoy watching the most is: women's tennis ... Other than the NFL, my dream job is: financial advisor ... My go-to song to get ready for a game is: Rich Homie Quan ... My hidden talent is: I'm a good dancer ... What's the best advice you've ever received? Big time players make big time plays in big time games.