|Hometown:||Mt. Airy, N.C.|
|High School:||East Surry|
Finished his career ranked second in school history in receiving yards and fifth in receptions... his 24 career touchdowns stand sixth all-time at Guilford... 2008: D3football.com Third Team All-America... D3football.com First Team All-South Region... First Team All-ODAC... led the ODAC in receptions and touchdowns... ranked fifth nationally in receiving yards per game and 13th in receptions per game... averaged 7.6 receptions and 119.7 receiving yards per game, both league highs... ranked fifth among the league's scoring leaders and sixth in all-purpose yards per game... had 15 grabs for 221 yards and two touchdowns at Randolph-Macon College, all career highs... set a Guilford standard with eight games of at least 100 receiving yards... 2007: Set career highs in receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns... ranked 62nd among NCAA Division III leaders in receiving yards per game (81.1), 68th in all-purpose yards per game (129.7) and 63rd in kickoff return average... ranked among ODAC per-game leaders in all-purpose yards (6th), receiving yards (7th) and receptions (10th)... had 10 receptions for 179 yards versus Randolph-Macon... caught seven balls for 170 yards and a personal-best two scores at Southern Virginia... 2006: Ranked 96th among Division III leaders in receiving yards per game (65.4)… stood among the ODAC leaders in receiving yards (5th), all-purpose yards (5th, 98.9) and receptions (8th, 4.0) per game… finished fourth on the team in catches and receiving touchdowns… caught five balls for 114 yards and two TDs versus Catholic… compiled a career-high 232 all-purpose yards at Hampden-Sydney, including 161 kickoff return yards, which ranks second in school history... 2005: Led the Quakers in yards per catch and ranked fourth on the team in touchdown receptions... Guilford’s primary punt returner... had six catches for 82 yards and two scores against Randolph-Macon... Personal: Earned three letters at East Surry H.S. under coach David Diamont... All-Northwest 1-A Conference in football and baseball... son of Kevin Vaughn Sr. and Amy Easter.