Looking for a healthy 2008 as he missed much of last year with an injury.
Career: Has played in 36 career games with 27 starts.
2008: Was hampered by injuries at the beginning of the season ... had seven receptions for 69 yards ... Had a season-high four receptions for 30 yards in the win vs. Baylor (Sept. 19).
2007: Appeared in all 13 games with 12 starts ... Ranked third on the team with 27 catches and second with 433 receiving yards, scoring one touchdown ... Was UConn's leading receiver in the Meineke Car Care Bowl (Dec. 29) ... Had his lone score of the season come at West Virginia (Nov. 24) as a part of a 63-yard day ... Made three catches at Cincinnati (Nov. 10) for 39 yards ... Caught three passes against Temple (Sept. 15) for 54 yards ... Season-high of 76 yards was set on his six grabs against Maine (Sept. 8) ... Season-long grab was a 41-yard catch in the season opener at Duke (Sept. 1).
2006: Played in all 12 games and started each of the final eight ... Caught 13 passes for an even 288 yards (a staggering 22.2 yard average) with one touchdown ... Also credited statistically with four rushes for 18 yards ... Had a 32-yard catch at Louisville (Dec. 2) ... Against Cincinnati (Nov. 25), made three catches for 98 yards, including a 45-yard touchdown, his first career score ... Caught three passes against West Virginia (Oct. 20) for 22 yards ... Made a pair of receptions against Navy (Sept. 30), USF (Oct. 7) and Army (Oct. 14).
High School: As a running back in high school, gained 1,044 yards in his senior year on 145 carries for an average of 7.2 yards per carry ... An All-Area pick for three years by the Johnstown Tribune Democrat and was the three-time conference Player of the Year ... As a junior, carried the ball 170 times for 1,400 yards and 14 touchdowns for an average of 8.2 yards per carry, while making 14 receptions for 223 yards and five touchdowns ... On defense as a junior, made 55 tackles and five interceptions ... Earned All-State honors as a defensive back in 2005 ... Nominated for the prestigious Big 33 All-Star Game ... Also played basketball and track and field, where he was a Pennsylvania state gold medalist in the triple jump and the 200-meter dash.
Personal Profile: Bradley Joseph Kanuch ... Born on February 19, 1988 ... Has several relatives who have both played and coached football at Penn State ... A social science and sport and leisure major.
BRAD KANUCH'S CAREER HIGHS
Most Receptions: 6, vs. Maine, 9/8/07
Most Receiving Yards: 98, vs. Cincinnati, 11/25/06
Longest Reception: 45, vs. Cincinnati, 11/25/06
Most TD rec.: 1, 2x, last at West Virginia, 11/24/07
Most Carries: 1, 2x, last vs. Cincinnati, 11/25/06
Most Rushing Yards: 7, vs. Cincinnati, 11/25/06
Longest Run: 7, vs. Cincinnati, 11/25/06