2008: Senior season was limited to seven games due to injuries ... still finished third on the team in receptions (12) and yards (164) ... finished his career with 143 receptions and 2,054 yards, with both figures fourth all-time at Stony Brook ... three catches for 70 yards and a score in the season opener vs. Colgate (8/30) ... included in that total was his season-long catch of 49 yards ... three more catches for 32 yards and another score vs. Elon (9/6) ... three catches for 33 yards at Liberty (10/11) ... had one catch each in three other games.
2007: Started every game at a wide-out slot for the Seawolves ... led the team in receptions (75) and yards (962) ... both of those marks set new school records for a single season ... twice had at least 10 receptions in a game ... at least three catches every time out ... three 100-yard games ... eight catches for 94 yards vs. Georgetown (9/1) ... 102 yards on six catches, including one score, at Bucknell (9/8) ... 10 receptions for 132 yards at Hofstra (9/29) ... the next week he went for 13 catches for 200 yards and a pair of scores at Albany (10/6) ... broke the school mark for catches in a game ... also had a season-long 69 yard reception against the Great Danes ... seven catches for 78 yards vs. Maine (10/20) ... hauled in eight at Elon (11/17) for 75 yards and a score.
2006: Started all 11 games ... led the team with seven TD catches ... second with 38 receptions and 594 yards ... at least one catch in every game ... first TD of the season came vs. Albany (10/7) ... at least one TD catch in each of the last six games of the season ... four grabs for 110 yards and a score vs. Robert Morris (10/28) ... best outing of the season came in the last game at Central Connecticut St. (11/11) with nine catches for 159 yards and two scores.
2005: Saw action in eight games ... finished with 18 receptions for 334 yards in his first season with SBU ... named the NEC Player of the Week for his eight-catch, 210-yard day at Robert Morris (10/29) ... four of those catches went for touchdowns to set a school record ... one score was a 91-yard play, another school record.
High School: A 2004 graduate of Lehman High School ... two football letters as a receiver ... 26 catches for 320 yards as a senior ... all-city pick ... two-time all-borough.
Personal: Born Lynell Suggs on February 1, 1986 in the Bronx, New York ... son of Anthony and Cheryl Suggs ... one brother ... majoring in multidisciplinary studies.