#9 Robby Toma
2012 (SENIOR): Appeared in all 13 games and started seven … registered 24 catches for 252 yards … also had four rushes for 28 yards and one touchdown … opened year with a nine-yard rushing touchdown in a blowout win over Navy (Sept. 1) … had four catches for 33 yards against Purdue (Sept. 8) … tallied five catches for 58 yards against Michigan State (Sept. 15) … had one rush for eight yards and caught two balls for 22 yards in Chicago at Soldier Field against Miami (Oct. 6) … caught two passes for 13 yards and had one rush for five yards at Oklahoma (Oct. 27) … came back into form against Pittsburgh (Nov. 3) with six catches for 50 yards … finished the last two games of the season with two receptions each against Wake Forest (Nov. 17) and USC (Nov. 24) … 27-yard grab against the Demon Deacons was the longest reception of his career … other came against Boston College in 2011.
2011 (JUNIOR): Saw action in all 13 games, starting the final four after injuries hit the Irish … caught 19 balls for 207 yards and first career touchdown … recipient of Next Man In Award signifying him as the top reserve on the team … produced career highs in catches (seven) and yards (73) in win vs. Maryland … had five catches for 65 yards in win vs. Boston College … caught first career TD pass in win vs. Air Force … had four grabs for 34 yards in the Champs Sports Bowl against Florida State.
2010 (SOPHOMORE): Saw action in eight games for the Irish during 2010, starting against Army and USC … moved into the regular rotation at wide receiver following the injuries to TJ Jones and Theo Riddick … totaled 14 receptions for 187 yards on the year, including a season-high grab of 26 yards against Tulsa … registered four plays of 20 yards or more, all on receptions … 10 of 14 receptions resulted in a touchdown or first down … two of four receptions on third-down plays resulted in a touchdown or first down … hauled in a 11-yard reception against Western Michigan … nabbed two catches for 26 yards against Navy … collected a career-high-tying four receptions for a career-best 67 yards against Tulsa, including a career-best catch of 26 yards … snatched a five-yard toss against Utah … totaled 63 yards on four receptions at Yankee Stadium against Army … recorded two catches for 15 yards versus USC … totaled 161 snaps on offense, the sixth most of any Irish wide receiver.
2009 (FRESHMAN): Appeared in three games at wide receiver (Boston College, Washington State, Connecticut) during freshman season … recorded three receptions for 21 yards … also registered one kick return (Washington State) good for 11 yards … hauled in two catches for 13 yards against Boston College before securing one catch for eight yards following week against Washington State … totaled 5:12 of playing time and made one appearance on special teams.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Named 2008 Hawaii Co-Offensive Player of the Year by Honolulu Advertiser … also named first-team all-state by Advertiser … participated in Hawaii vs. Mainland All-Star Game … selected to play in 2009 Under Armour All-American All-Star Game … won best hands contest at Under Armour game … earned all-conference honors as junior and senior … led state as senior with 1,393 receiving yards and 15 receiving touchdowns … also returned kickoffs and played defensive back in certain situations … finished season with 19 total TDs … along with current Notre Dame senior Manti Te[apos]o, helped lead their high school to 12-1 record and first state championship … totaled 211 all-purpose yards in championship game, including seven receptions for 147 yards and a TD as the Buffanblu defeated Leilehua 38-7… named first-team all-state by Honolulu Star-Bulletin as junior after posting 35 receptions for 836 receiving yards with 13 TDs … totaled 992 all-purpose yards as junior … selected first-team all-conference in 2007 and 2008 … ranked eighth-best player in Hawaii by Rivals.com … named one of top 150 players in SuperPrep[apos]s Far West (California, Hawaii, Nevada) rankings … graduated from President Barack Obama[apos]s high school … teammate in high school of Irish linebacker Manti Te[apos]o … played for head coach Kale Ane at Punahou School … full name is Robert Joseph Toma … son of Tammy and Ross Toma … enrolled in College of Arts and Letters as a film, television and theatre major.
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