Record number of Wolf Pack student-athletes set graduate at University Commencement ceremonies this week
65 Wolf Pack student-athletes to earn degrees
Defense has the upper hand with specialized spring game scoring format.
Wolf Pack gains 547 total yards in season opener.
Second-year coach Brian Polian details the team's progress
Mayes has strong performance for Silver.
The Wolf Pack fall on the road to San Diego State, on November 28, 2015.
Nevada vs. San Jose State
NCAA Football: Nevada squares off against Hawaii at MacKay Stadium.
The Wolfpack welcomed the Lobos for a MWC matchup on Saturday night.
Senior (2016): Named to the preseason watch list for the Biletnikoff Award ... Enters his senior season as an All-Mountain West candidate and the leader of Nevada’s receiving corps … Has played in 34 career games at Nevada with 127 receptions, 1,427 receiving yards and eight touchdowns.
Junior (2015): Started at X-wide receiver in all 13 games … Led Nevada with 68 receptions for 750 yards and five touchdowns … Ranked first on the team and fifth in the Mountain West in receptions per game (5.2) and receiving yards per game (57.7) … Tied for the team lead in receiving touchdowns … Ranked 50th in FBS with 68 receptions … Eclipsed 100-yards receiving against New Mexico and San Diego State … Caught eight passes for 41 yards with one touchdown against Arizona … Caught eight passes for 87 yards and one score against rivals UNLV … Set season-high marks with nine receptions, 121 receiving yards and one touchdown in Nevada’s win over New Mexico … Caught six passes for 82 yards and one score against Wyoming … Caught five passes for 43 yards and one touchdown in a win over San Jose State … Closed the regular season with six receptions for 106 yards and one fumble recovery for a touchdown at San Diego State … Tallied four receptions for 42 yards in Nevada’s victory in the 2015 Arizona Bowl … Posted a catch in every game with at least four receptions in all but two games … One of 10 players on the team to start in every game … In the preseason, was named to Phil Steele and Athlon Sports’ preseason All-Mountain West fourth team … Letter winner.
Sophomore (2014): Played in all 12 games and started in all but one after developing into one of Cody Fajardo's favorite targets ... Caught 56 passes for 655 yards and three touchdowns on the season ... Led the team in receiving yards ... Had a breakout game in season-opening victory against Southern Utah, posting a career-high 13 receptions for 177 yards ... Caught touchdown passes against Boise State, Air Force and UNLV ... Tallied his second-career 100-yard receiving game with 10 catches and 122 yards against Colorado State ... Caught four or more passes in 8-of-12 games ... Had a season-long 30-yard reception against Colorado State while accounting for nine explosive plays on the year.
Redshirt Freshman (2013): Saw playing time in eight games with no starts ... Caught three passes on the year, all against UNLV ... Receptions went for a total of 22 yards with a long of 10 ... Took over kick return duties later in theyear and finished with 10 returns for 210 yards ... Career long came against San Jose State with a 39-yarder.
Freshman (2012): Joined the team as a true freshman and redshirted his first year at Nevada.
A graduate of Bishop Alemany High School in San Fernando, Calif. ... Was a multi-sport star, excelling in football and basketball ... Was part of league championship teams in football and basketball ... Named first-team all-league as a senior ... in basketball, helped guide the team to CIF, Regional and State championships.
Born Jericho Richardson on Feb. 25, 1993 ... Son of Lesley Jones ... Has two sisters and a brother ... Goes by "Jay" ... Chose Nevada over Boise State and UCLA because of his trust of the coaching staff ... Played on the same high school basketball team as Nevada's Marqueze Coleman ... Enjoys working out and spending time with friends in the offseason.