|5 Willie Police
Played in all 12 of the team's seasonal games, making five starts at wide receiver ... Made his collegiate debut in the season-opener at Middle Tennessee State with his first career start coming in the home-opener against Mars Hill ... Finished the season third on the team in receptions and receiving yards, hauling in 40 catches for 367 yards ... Added nine rushing yards on three attempts to finish with 376 all-purpose yards on the year ... Made his first rush against ACC-foe, Virginia Tech, with a nine-yard end-around ... Recorded his first collegiate reception against The Citadel - a 23-yard pitch-and-catch in the third quarter ... Tallied a career-best seven catches twice against both Wofford and Elon at home ... Hauled in a career-long reception of 36 yards as a part of a career-best 63 yards receiving at home against Furman ... Named to the Southern Conference All-Freshman team
Prior to Western Carolina: Named the Region 5-AAAAAA Offensive Player of the Year ... Tabbed second team offense at wide receiver in the 2012 Georgia Sportswriters Association (GSWA) All-State ... Also listed on the 2012 Football All-Senior team by the GPB Sports Blog ... An All-County WR, was selected to the Cobb County All-Star Senior Bowl ... Recorded a 206-yard receiving performance against Kell High in Sept. of 2012 which included a 90-yard touchdown catch as a part of the four TD game ... Earned the TD Club of Atlanta's Back of the Week honor ... Played running back as a junior.
Personal: Is the son of Shunta Hammond.