George Gillett

George Gillett

Player Profile


Los Angeles, California

High School:
Manual Arts

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 208

Wide Receiver


2004: George will need to be consistent in practice and games to fend off a wealth of young talent in the program...he will play flanker...has played in 32 career games with six starts...made four receptions for 94 yards in two spring scrimmages, missing one due to a minor injury.

2003: George started the first two games of the season at flanker and then served as the backup for the remaining 11 games...he had eight catches for 168 yards (21.0 avg.)...had a career-long 49-yard reception vs. Arizona and scored his lone touchdown vs. Washington on a 34-yard pass from Derek Anderson...had two catches for 63 yards vs. Washington...also had two kickoff returns for 18 yards.

2002: George played in nine games as a backup split end...for the season he had seven receptions for 140 yards (20.0 avg.)...had a season-high three receptions at Temple and a season-high 47 yards vs. UNLV.

2001: As a redshirt-freshman he played in all 11 games, starting four (Fresno St., NMSU, UCLA, Ariz.)...he caught seven passes for 99 yards (14.1 avg.) and a touchdown (FSU)...had a season-high 42-yard reception at Washington State...had his first and only career rush on a 21-yard reverse against Northern Arizona.

2000: Redshirt

MANUAL ARTS: George was a three-year starter in football and played on offense and defense as a junior and senior...played wide receiver and cornerback for head coach Glenn Bell...selected honorable mention on the Orange County Register's Fab 15 team...rated as one of the top five wide receivers in California by Cal Hi Sports...selected as a prep All-American by PrepStar Magazine in its January issue...listed as the seventh best prep wide receiver in the Western region by PrepStar Magazine... team captain in 1999...earned All-Coliseum League mention, all-city and all-area honors as a junior and senior... caught 43 passes for 817 yards (19.0 average) and 11 touchdowns as a senior in 10 games...returned nine punts for 126 yards and 15 kickoffs for 345 yards, with a long return of 75 yards...his top game as a senior was against No. 1 ranked Palisades in the second round of the CIF Division playoffs with six receptions for 162 yards and three touchdowns...on defense he had 45 tackles, 11 tackles for loss and three interceptions as a senior, and had three interceptions and 30 tackles on defense as a junior...caught 46 passes for 1,150 yards (25.0 average) and 16 touchdowns as junior, while earning all-area, all-city, and all-conference honors...also returned eight punts for 120 yards and 23 kickoffs for 529 yards, including a 92-yard touchdown...selected to play in the Gridiron Classic All-Star game at Santa Monica College in July, 2000, as well as the California vs. Florida prep All-Star game at the Rose Bowl in July...a two-year starter at point guard on the basketball team and averaged 16 points as a junior and 18 points as a senior.

PERSONAL: Born in Belize City, California...son of George and Debbie Gillett...has one brother, Jarrett...Randy Moss and Charles Woodson are his favorite athletes...majoring in human development and family studies.

Year	Rec.	Yds	Avg.	TD	Long
2003	8	168	21.0	1	49
2002	7	140	20.0	0	40
2001	7	99	14.1	1	42
Total	22	407	18.5	2	49

CAREER KICKOFF RETURNS Year No. Yds TD Long 2003 2 18 0 15 2002 0 0 0 0 2001 2 42 0 26 Totals 4 60 0 26

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