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Tavon Wesley Austin (born March 15, 1990) is an American football wide receiver for the NFL Jacksonville Jaguars. He played college football in West Virginia, where he won two national honors. He was selected by the St. Louis Rams in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft.

Tavon Austin cousin Rihanna
Tavon Austin cousin Rihanna

Austin was born in Baltimore, Maryland. He attended Dunbar High School in Baltimore, Maryland, where he played football, basketball and running.

In football, he played running back and led Dunbar High School to three consecutive 1A state championships. As a senior, he had 2,660 rushing yards, completed 218 rushes, 34 touchdowns, and also hit 12 rushes, advanced 446 yards, and scored two points.

He is the two-time Maryland Offensive Player of the Year and the first team of the best team. He set career records for points (790), touchdowns (123), total offensive yards (9,258) and rushing yards (7,962). In track and field competitions, Austin participated in the competition as a sprinter and jumper. In the 2009 1A North Division competition, he ran a career best time of 11.47 seconds in the 100 meters. He is also a member of Dunbar’s 400m relay team.

Austin accepted a football scholarship from West Virginia University, where he played for the West Virginia Climbers football team from 2009 to 2012. During his freshman year in 2009, his main position was changed to wide receiver, but he was still occasionally used as a running back. In his freshman season, he had 15 catches for touchdowns for 151 yards, 6 rushing touchdowns for 47 yards, and touchdowns on return.

In his sophomore year in 2010, he had 58 catches and 787 yards, leading the team to 8 touchdowns. He also made 15 rushes, rushing for 159 yards and scoring touchdowns.

As a junior in 2011, Austin had 100 catches, 1,180 yards and 8 touchdowns. He added 189 yards in 18 dribbles and another touchdown. He also returned twice for touchdowns. He was named the All-American First Team by CBS Sports. During the Climbers’ 70-33 victory in the Orange Bowl in 2012, he set the Orange Bowl record with four touchdowns.

As a senior, in 2012 he completed 114 catches, 1,289 catch yards and 12 catch touchdowns, as well as 643 rush yards and 3 rush touchdowns. In addition, he made 32 returns in 813 net return yards and a return touchdown, and 15 returns in 165 net return yards and a punt return touchdown. As announced by the College Football Performance Awards Association, he was the 2012 All-Around Performer of the Year.

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