As a Senior (2016): Appeared in five games, primarily on special teams.
As a Junior (2015): Did not see game action due to injury ... named offensive scout team player of the week for preparation for Rutgers (11/28).
As a Sophomore (2014): Appeared in the first four games of the season and started three at tight end ... suffered a season-ending injury at Syracuse (9/20) ... earned his first collegiate start against James Madison (8/30) ... caught his first career pass against West Virginia (9/15).
As a Freshman (2013): Played in 11 games primarily on special teams ... started first career game at tight end against Syracuse (11/9).
At Manchester High School: Tabbed the top player in Connecticut by Rivals, a four-star recruit and the ninth-rated tight end … ranked a three-star recruit by ESPN.com, 247Sports.com and Scout.com … was a two-time all-state and all-conference selection … named to the 2012 Walter Camp All-State team as a tight end … served as team captain as a junior and senior… as a senior, totaled 32 receptions for 445 yards and five touchdowns … as a defensive end, recorded 103 tackles and 10 sacks … also played basketball as a freshman and sophomore … received the Tim Travis Award as the team’s top junior in 2011 … also considered Boston College, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rutgers, Temple and Tennessee … coached by Marco Pizzoferrato.
Personal: Born in Farmington, Conn. … has three siblings, Chris, KJ Kendall-Bey and Khory Harris-Bey … graduated in May 2017 with an undergrad degree in communication ... is related to former Olympian and captain of 1996 U.S. Olympic Team, Lawrence Clay-Bey ... hosts own radio sports talk show called “4th & Inches” ... has a social media video series called “Cooking with Drew.”