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Notes: One of the fastest receivers on the team ... Brings toughness to receiving corps ... Needs 66 receptions to break Eric Johnson's Yale career receptions mark ... 2003: Honorable Mention All-Ivy ... Had the fifth highest season reception total in Yale history with 59 ... Led the team with 813 receiving yards ... Also second on the team with seven receiving touchdowns ... Named Yale's Offensive Back of the Week against both Dartmouth and Brown ... Against Colgate, he was awarded both the Special Teams Player of the Game and the Hammer Award for hardest hit ... Completed both his passing attempts for 53 yards ... Best games came against Yale's toughest opponents ... Caught 15 passes (third highest ever at Yale) for 158 yards against Harvard ... Had nine for 86 yards including two touchdowns in the final five minutes at Penn ... 2002: Led all Yale receivers with 55 catches ... Went for 592 yards and three touchdowns ... Biggest game of the season came at Brown ... Had nine catches for 107 yards, including the game-winning 21-yard touchdown catch with under four minutes to play ... Named Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week for Brown game ... Also led team in punt returns with 15 for 94 yards ... 2001: Played seven varsity games and two JV contests ... Had two receptions against Brown for 52 yards ... Had 48-yard touchdown reception ... Also had three kick returns for 56 yards ... At Portsmouth High School: Three-sport athlete who played four years of football, hockey, and track ... Rhode Island Coaches Association All-League Division I QB/punter in 1999 and 2000 ... Football team won the Division 1 state championship in 1998 ... National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete ... Personal: Ralph Harrison Plumb III, born Mar. 18, 1983 ... Son of Ralph H. Jr. and Pat Plumb ... Likes skiing, reading, and wake boarding ... Economics major interested in a career in finance.