|85 Javon Brumsey|
A patient and talented pass catcher who experienced a rejuvenation of sorts during the spring with the arrival of the new coaching staff ... Played an active role during the spring season in the Pirates' four-receiver set, earning an early nod as top reserve at the "X" position - one of two outside receiver slots in ECU's new offensive scheme ... Maturity and skills could also allow for an impact as a special teams performer ... Hauled in a catch for six yards during the squad's first spring scrimmage (April 3) before recording four receptions for 36 yards and a score during the second matchup April 10 ... Grabbed an 18-yard TD pass from Josh Jordan ... Turned in best performance in the annual Purple-Gold Game, racking up 80 yards and a touchdown on six catches ... On receiving end of a 48-yard scoring strike from Brad Wornick while running with the No. 1 unit.
2009: Appeared in three games but did not record a reception or any special teams statistics ... Experienced action in contests against Rice, Memphis and Virginia Tech.
2008: Lone game action came against UTEP in a reserve role ... Did not record any pass catching statistics.
2007: Experienced action in two games (UAB and Tulane) ... Caught first career pass against the Blazers from backup quarterback Joe Sloan for five yards after making collegiate debut in fourth quarter ... Experienced action in a reserve role on special teams against the Green Wave, but did not record statistics.
2006: Did not play while completing NCAA eligibility requirements ... Officially signed with the Pirates in February, 2006.
High School: A three-time all-state, All-Albemarle and All-NCC selection at Northeastern High School ... Finished career with 181 catches for 3,379 yards (18.7 ypr) and 25 TDs ... Part of Eagle squads which posted a 10-2 record in 2005, an 8-4 mark in 2004 and a 5-6 slate in 2003 ... Helped lead NHS to a conference title as a senior after making 51 catches for 967 yards and six scores ... Hauled in 68 catches for 1,269 yards as a junior ... Averaged 19.0 yards per catch during senior season and 18.7 yards per grab in junior year ... Earned varsity letters in football (three) and basketball ... Selected as program's captain in 2005 ... Clocked at 4.43 in the 40-yard dash ... Played at same prep program which produced former ECU wide/slot receiver Phillip Henry ... Began high school career as a safety on the Eagles' junior varsity squad ... Coach was Antonio Moore.
Personal: Full name is Javon Llewellyn Brumsey ... Born December 30, 1987 at Elizabeth City, N.C. ... A family community services major ... Enjoys playing video games in spare time ... Singles out game-day atmosphere as the best thing about ECU Football.