|High School:||Greene Central|
|Major:||Sport Management and German|
Dependable receiver who runs excellent routes and has good hands… a go-to wideout in Guilford’s passing game… played five seasons after receiving a medical redshirt in 2003… ranks among Guilford’s career leaders in receiving touchdowns (second), receiving yards (third), receptions (fourth), and scoring (fourth) … had eight career games with at least 100 receiving yards… three-year starter… 2007: Started in all 10 games and earned First-Team All Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) recognition... also earned Guilford's Offensive MVP award... finished the season with 74 receptions for 821 yards and a team-high 16 touchdowns, the second-best total in school history... stands 14th among NCAA Division III leaders in receptions per game (7.4.) and 21st in scoring (9.6 ppg.). enjoyed three games with at least 10 catches, including a career-high 11 grabs for 86 yards and three scores at Greensboro College...caught three touchdowns in four of the Quakers’ first five games and scored in all but two contests... had three scores among his six receptions for a season-high 126 yards against Averett University, one of four outings with at least 100 receiving yards... 2006: Honorable mention All-ODAC... ranked 38th among the NCAA Division III receptions per game leaders (5.7) and 100th in receiving yards per game (64.2)… placed among ODAC receptions (3rd) and receiving yards (5th) per game leaders... ranked 10th on Guilford’s season receptions list… corralled a career-high nine balls for 84 yards and a touchdown at Averett... caught at least one score in each of his first five games… made two scoring grabs versus Ferrum and Hampden-Sydney... 2005: Ranked 64th among the national leaders in receptions (5.7) and 66th in receiving yards (80.3) per game… placed among ODAC receptions (8th) and receiving yards (7th) per game leaders... finished third on the team in catches with the 10th-best total in school history... had a career-high 151 receiving yards and a touchdown against Hampden-Sydney... made six catches for 120 yards and a touchdown versus Greensboro... 2004: Led the team with a 14.6 yards-per-catch average… 43-yard reception versus league-rival Catholic was Guilford’s second-longest passing play of the season… finished third on the club with 205 yards receiving… caught two or more passes in five games, including the final four contests of the season… also saw time on special teams, making 2.5 tackles… 2003: Missed his first year with an arm injury… Personal: Two-time member of Guilford’s Student-Athlete Honor Roll… has worked as a residence advisor… served as one of Guilford’s 2004 orientation leaders… four-year letter winner at Greene Central H.S. under coach Spence Grantham… 2003 Eastern Plain Conference Player of the Year… two-time all-area and all-league pick… set school records for field goals in a season (4) and longest field goal (41 yards)… helped the Rams to 11 straight wins and the 2003 EPC title… also an all-conference basketball and track standout… twice named Greene Central’s Athlete of the Year… won Greene Central’s 2002 Wendy’s Heisman Award… born in Gräfelfing, Germany… son of Joseph W. Joyner.