|19 Bobby Good|
Will hope that a strong spring season is an indicator that perhaps a frustrating string of injuries are finally behind him ... Never appeared to get fully on track after a serious season-ending knee injury in 2004 and nagging hamstring problems last season ... Emerged from drills as a projected starter at one of the wide receiver positions but will face continual challenges all season in a deep unit ... Has a knack for finding the ball in traffic, utilizing deceptive speed, quickness and verticality ... Led all receivers with 49 receiving yards (three catches) during the '06 Purple-Gold Spring Game.
2005: Played in eight games (two starts vs. Memphis and UCF in back-to-back weeks) ... Caught 15 passes for 292 yards, averaging a team-best 19.5 yards per reception ... Stood second on the unit with three touchdown catches (1 vs. Rice, 2 vs. UAB in season finale) ... Top effort of season was a five-catch, 104-yard effort vs. UAB ... Also was on receiving end of a career-long 55 pass vs. UAB ... Had multiple receptions in four of eight games ... Turned in six big plays (20+ yards) ... vs. Duke (9/3): Registered one catch for nine yards, extending his streak of games with at least one catch to six ... vs. Wake Forest (9/17): DNP-INJ (hamstring) ... vs. West Virginia (9/24): DNP-INJ (hamstring) ... vs. Southern Miss (10/1): DNP-INJ (hamstring) ... vs. Rice (10/8): Returned to action and made two receptions for 20 yards, including the Pirates' first score - a 14-yard touchdown catch from James Pinkney ... vs. SMU (10/15): Came off the bench against the Mustangs but did not record any statistics ... vs. Memphis (10/22): Established a then-season-high in receptions with three against the Tigers while accumulating 58 yards ... Cracked the starting lineup for the first time since Houston (11/06/04) ... Pulled in a 28-yard grab of a Pinkney pass to give the Pirates a red-zone opportunity to set up ECU's second touchdown of the game ... vs. UCF (10/29): Made one reception for 31 yards as a starter ... vs. Tulsa (11/12): Finished with two catches for 63 yards, including a 41-yarder from receiver Aundrae Allison ... vs. Marshall (11/19): Made one reception for seven yards on a screen pass by Pinkney on the second ECU drive of the game ... vs. UAB (11/26): Tallied season-bests in catches (five) and yardage (104) and a pair of TDs vs. the Blazers ... On the receiving end of Pinkney scoring tosses from 55 (career-long) and 15 yards out ... Averaged 20.8 yards per reception.
2004: Was on the way to a honors-producing season before suffering a season-ending knee injury at Houston Nov. 6 ... Played in eight games and made six starts (Cincinnati, Louisville, Tulane, Southern Miss, Army and Houston) ... Despite shortened season, still led ECU with 33 receptions for 427 yards and a team-high four touchdowns ... Set program sophomore class records for most single-game receptions (eight) and TD catches (three) ... Came off the bench in first two games (West Virginia, Wake Forest) but turned in impressive numbers against the Demon Deacons, with six catches for a career-best 122 yards and a score (18-yarder) ... Opened year with three catches for 25 yards vs. the Mountaineers ... Turned in another six-reception effort at Louisville (63 yards) ... Caught four passes for 39 yards in a win over Tulane before tallying 42 yards receiving on four catches against Southern Miss ... Had career day versus Army with a career-high three touchdown catches, including a then career-long 46 yard reception ... In all, collected a personal-best eight catches for 118 yards vs. the Black Knights ... Caught only two passes for 18 yards at UH before leaving game with injury.
2003: Played in eight games as a true freshman ... Made his Pirate debut on Sept. 20 against Wake Forest ... Earned his way into the starting lineup against North Carolina and Louisville ... Recorded a total of eight receptions for the season in just two games ... Caught three passes for 27 yards against Army and five passes for 28 yards against Louisville ... Longest reception was a 14-yard grab against Army.
High School: Transferred to Lake Highland Prep in Orlando for his senior year after attending Lake Mary High School his first three years ... Caught 41 passes for 815 yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior ... Returned two interceptions and two fumbles for touchdowns while collecting a total of 108 tackles and eight interceptions as a defensive back ... Named 2-A District X Player-of-the-Year ... Earned All-Central Florida (first team) honors as a wide receiver ... Also garnered first-team all-conference and second-team all-state accolades as a defensive back ... Also Invited to play in the prestigious Georgia-Florida All-Star Game ... Participated in the All-Central Florida All-Star Game.
Personal: Full name is Robert Lee Good ... Born May 13, 1985 ... A construction management major.