Hometown: Pennsbury, PA
2008: #1 WR 5-10, 175 lbs. Sr.
2007: #1 WR 5-10, 180 lbs. Jr.
1st Team WR, Backup RB, Kickoff return specialist
2006: #1 WR 5-10, 175 lbs. So.
Used as RB as well as WR during Omar Cuff's absence. Versatile back, receiver, and kick-off return specialist. Carried 56 times for 234 yds., 1 TD. Honored as Blue Hen Touchdown Club Offensive Player of the Week for his performance against Hofstra.
2005: #1 WR 5-10, 170 lbs. Fr.r
Played in all 11 games, 22 receptions for 159 yds. Kickoff return specialist 162 yards on 7 returns (23.1 avg.). Atlantic 10 Academic All-Conference team selection.
2004: #16 WR 5-10, 170 lbs. Fr.
Redshirted his true Freshman year
High School: Pennsbury 5-10, 170 lbs.
Standout wing back and wide receiver at Pennsbury High School under head coach Galen Snyder...projected as a wide receiver at Delaware...earned second team All-Southeastern Pennsylvania honors by the Philadelphia Inquirer and second team all-area honors by the Bucks County Courier Times...named Athlete of the Year by Courier Times and area Player of the Year by the Trentonian...three-time member of Courier Times All-Area team...named honorable mention All-State by Pennsylvania Sports Beat Magazine...two time All-Suburban One Conference selection...rushed for 1,130 yards and averaged over 7.5 yards per carry as a senior when he led team to 7-3 record...caught 23 passes for 545 yards and averaged 8.3 yards per rush as a junior...teams were 17-13 in his three-year varsity career...also a standout sprinter in track and field...named 2003 Courier Times Athlete of the Year for outdoor track and field...placed third in the 400 meters, fourth in the 200 meters, ninth in the 100 meters, and seventh in the 4 x 100 meter relay at the 2003 Pennsylvania state outdoor track and field meet...placed second in the 4 x 100 meter relay at the state meet as a sophomore in 2002...has led team to two state team titles in indoor and outdoor track and field...plans to major in math or science field at Delaware....name pronounced "Curvin Muh-shawd"...son of Kellelie Sylvestre.
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