|Other College:||Dodge City (Kan.) CC|
2018: Athlon Preseason 1st Team All-Sun Belt Conference . . . Lindy’s Preseason 2nd Team All-Sun Belt . . . Among returning Sun Belt players, recorded the third most receiving yards and third most catches in 2017 . . . Enters the 2018 season needing 117 receiving yards to become the 24th all-time Arkansas State player to eclipse 1,000 receiving yards in a career . . . Also enters the season with at least one catch in 13 consecutive games dating back to the 2016 season . . . Caught at least one pass in 20 of 25 career games.
2017: Third Team All-Sun Belt Conference . . . Started all 12 games, recording a career-high and team-best 800 receiving yards that also ranked as the fifth most in the Sun Belt Conference in 2017 . . . 800 receiving yards gained were the seventh most in school history . . . Averaged 16.3 yards per catch, which was the highest in the Sun Belt and tied for the 14th highest in the nation among players with at least 49 receptions . . . Ended the season with 49 receptions, which were only one shy of tying the team high . . . Averaged 4.1 catches per game to rank 10th in the Sun Belt . . . Recorded four receiving touchdowns, including a career-long 73-yard catch against UAPB that was the longest passing play of the season for the Red Wolves . . . Hauled in at least one catch in every game while posting multiple receptions in 10 outings and five or more in four contests, including the last three in a row . . . Caught a career-high nine passes for a career-best 211 yards against ULM that ranks as the third highest yardage total in school history and was the 16th highest in the nation in 2017. In the process, he became just the third player in A-State history to eclipse 200 yards in a game . . . In addition to the ULM game, also went over 100 receiving yards against Middle Tennessee in the Camellia Bowl with 107 yards on seven catches . . . Scored one touchdown versus UAPB and Middle Tennessee and a career-high two against Louisiana . . . Posted one rushing attempt for three yards on the season.
2016: Played in all 13 games in a reserve role at wide receiver . . . Recorded 10 receptions for 83 yards and one touchdown . . . Averaged 8.3 yards per catch and had a long reception of 22 yards against Louisiana-Monroe . . . Caught at least one pass in eight games, including a season-high 2 against both Georgia Southern and South Alabama . . . Lone touchdown came against Georgia Southern . . . A-State Athletics Director’s Honor Roll.
DODGE CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Enjoyed a big freshman season at Dodge City after attending Lindsay Place High School in Pointe Claire, Quebec . . . Posted 49 receptions for 964 yards and seven touchdowns in 2015, which was all ranked among the top 24 players in the NJCAA . . . Yardage total was the second most in school history and seventh most in the nation . . . Only season with the Conquistadors saw him catch at least three passes in 11 of 12 games, including a season-high seven versus Snow College in the Salt City Bowl . . . Eclipsed 100 yards receiving in three games, including a season-high 148 against Ellsworth Community College . . . Helped lead Dodge City to nine wins, a share of the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) championship and a No. 11 ranking in the final 2015 NJCAA Poll . . . Standout receiver was part of the Conquistadors first league title since 1983, and the program’s nine victories tied the school record . . . Also recruited by schools such as Mississippi St., Nevada, South Ala. and Southern Miss . . . Listed as a 3-star recruit by Rivals and Scout . . . Scout places him as the 41st-ranked junior college player in the nation.
PERSONAL: Born July 27, 1996 . . . Sport Management major.
McINNIS’ CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS