2000: Started the first four contests at flanker, earning his first varsity letter?finished fourth on the squad with 19 receptions for 247 yards?in the Leopards? win over Princeton, he made a career-high four receptions for 37 yards?followed that performance up the next week at Pennsylvania by catching another four passes for 61 yards.
1999: Recruited as a quarterback and utilized at that position as a freshman, he was moved to receiver for preseason camp...saw limited time in a back-up role.
1998: Saw limited action at the varsity level, primarily on special teams...performed well for the Leopards? junior varsity program.
AT NESHAMINY HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year quarterback in high school, he also was a standout on the baseball team...earned many awards for his play on the football field including Player of the Year in the Bucks Courier Times as well as the Trenton Times, and was named first-team quarterback of the Suburban One League...during his senior year he threw for an impressive 1,950 yards and 20 touchdowns, while completing 58 percent of his passes.
PERSONAL: Engineering major...son of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Charles Dietz...born 5/31/80.
RECEIVING Yds./ Yds./ Year G/GS Rec. Yds. TD Lg. Rec. Game 1998 0/0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 1999 6/0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 2000 10/0 19 247 1 34 13.0 24.7 Totals 16/0 19 247 1 34 13.0 24.7
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