|High School:||Woodlawn HS|
A solid pass-catching tight end/h-back who made his presence felt off the bench his final three seasons ... played in 38 career games, including each contest his final three seasons ... has good size, good hands and runs well ... also worked some as a slot receiver as a senior ... posted the fastest 40-yard dash time among tight ends in the spring of 2006 ... also has a 37-inch vertical jump.
as a Senior (2007): Played in all 13 games at tight end/h-back ... tied for the team lead with three touchdown catches ... started the last four games of the season, the first starts of his four-year career ... posted 14 of his 17 receptions in the last five games of the season ... ranked fifth on the team in receiving yards (213) ... also saw action on special teams ... (vs. OSU in the Emerald Bowl) ... started at tight end and caught three passes for 15 yards ... (vs. NCSU) ... made his third consecutive start and had one catch for four yards ... (vs. FSU) ... started and made one catch for eight yards ... (vs. BC) ... had a career-night in his final game at Byrd Stadium, catching six passes for 56 yards and two touchdowns ... (vs. UNC) ... had a then career-high three catches for 36 yards ... (vs. Clemson) ... played but did have any stats ... (vs. UVA) ... played but did not record any stats ... (vs. GT) ... opened the scoring with a 78-yard touchdown catch and run ... marked the first score of his career ... play was also the longest reception of his career and longest for the Terps in 2007 ... his 78 receiving yards set a career high ... (vs. RU) ... played but did not record any stats ... would have had first career touchdown catch in the third quarter, but play was called back do to a penalty along the offensive line ... (vs. WFU) ... had one catch for five yards ... (vs. WVU) ... played but did not record any stats ... (vs. FIU) ... recorded one catch for 11 yards ... (vs. Villanova) ... played as a reserve TE and on special teams, but did not record any stats.
as a Junior (2006): Played in all 13 games as a reserve tight end ... his 12 receptions ranked sixth on the team ... his 57-yard catch vs. Clemson was the third-longest on the team during the season ... (vs. PU in the Champs Sports Bowl) ... played but did not record any stats ... (vs. WF) ... caught one pass for 19 yards ... (vs. BC) ... caught one pass for seven yards ... (vs. Miami) ... caught one pass for a two-yard loss ... (vs. Clemson) ... had a team and season-high 75 receiving yards on three receptions ... made a season-long 57-yard grab over the middle to the 4-yard line ... (vs. NC St.) ... caught one pass for a 3-yard gain ... (vs. UVa) ... caught one pass for 13 yards ... (vs. GT) ... had a breakout game, catching four passes for 33 yards, including an 18-yard catch over the middle on third down.
as a Sophomore (2005): Played in all 11 games as a reserve tight end ... recorded seven receptions for 40 yards ... (at NC St.) ... caught two passes for a season-high 12 yards ... (vs. Navy) ... made first career reception (eight yards) in the red zone to help set up a Dan Ennis field goal.
as a Freshman (2004): Played in one game ... did not record any statistics ... got hurt in a two-minute drill the week after seeing action in his first game or he would have played a more significant role ... (vs. CU) ... had the key block on Josh Allen's 1-yard touchdown run, the Terps' only score of the day.
at Woodlawn High School: Started one season after spending his first three years at Archbishop Curley High School in Baltimore where he was a two-year starter and three-year letterwinner ... played quarterback, tailback, fullback, wide receiver, tight end and defensive end ... missed the first three games of 2003 after transferring but still finished with 56 carries for 509 yards (9.1 avg.) and 21 receptions for 438 yards (20.9 ypc) and five TDs ... accounted for 13 total touchdowns and two two-point conversions, leading his team in scoring ... a Mid-Atlantic all-region selection by SuperPrep and honorable-mention pick by PrepStar ... first team All-Met by the Baltimore Sun ... a first team Big School all-state selection as an "athlete" by the Associated Press ... an all-conference pick as a junior and senior ... helped lead Woodlawn to a spot in the state 4A semifinals his senior year ... lettered four years in basketball ... named Curley's Most Valuable Player in basketball as a junior ... also recruited by Colorado, Boston College, UCLA and Penn State ... coached by Leonard Hart.
Personal: Born Sept. 13, 1986 ... parents are Norris and Stephanie Goode ... majoring in family studies.
Goode's Career Statistics
Receiv G-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LP 2004 1-0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2005 11-0 7 40 5.7 0 9 2006 13-0 12 148 12.3 0 57 2007 13-4 17 213 12.5 3 78 Career 38-4 36 401 11.1 3 78