2009 - SENIOR SEASON
Grabbed two receptions for 22 yards in the win over Baylor ... caught two passes for nine yards against Oklahoma ... scored Tech's lone second-half touchdown with a 24-yard pass from Potts in the fourth quarter at Oklahoma State ... finished with four receptions for 63 yards ... gave Tech a 14-7 lead on a 26-yard reception from Potts ... totaled three catches for 55 yards... had one catch for 16 yards at Nebraska ... grabbed two receptions for 44 yards against Kansas State ... on reception was a 31-yard acrobatic grab on the sideline that set Tech up for a score ... caught two balls for 30 yards in the win over New Mexico ... led the team with eight receptions and gained 69 yards against Texas ... caught four passes 33 yards and scored his first touchdown of the year against Rice... caught four passes for 42 yards and totaled 115 return yards against North Dakota.
2008 - JUNIOR SEASON
Logged 35 catches for 577 yards and an average of 16.5 yards per catch ... five catches for 87 yards against Ole Miss in the Cotton Bowl ... one reception for eight yards in win over Baylor ... caught two passes for 21 yards, including a 16-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter against Oklahoma State ... set a career high with 139 yards on seven catches against Texas ... set up two Tech scores with long receptions ... averaged 35.3 yards per catch at Kansas, scoring a touchdown on a 55-yard reception to open the scoring for Tech ... finished the game with three receptions for 106 yards ... caught four passes for 48 yards at Texas A&M ... grabbed a 56-yard reception, setting up a Tech score against Nebraska ... finished the game with two catches for 67 yards ... caught two passes for 14 yards at Kansas State ... grabbed a 21-yard reception against UMass ... scored on a seven-yard reception late in the third quarter in the win over SMU ... finished the game with 29 yards on three receptions ... had a 13-yard receptions at Nevada ... caught four passes, including a scoring reception, against Eastern Washington ... TD extended Tech's lead to 35-17 early in the third quarter.
2007 - SOPHOMORE SEASON
Caught five passes for 48 yards in the Gator Bowl win over Virginia ... had a career day at Texas, making seven catches for 116 yards and his fourth touchdown of the season against the Longhorns ... posted five catches for 69 yards at Baylor ... made a career-high seven catches for 62 yards, finding the endzone for the third-consecutive week against Colorado ... scored for the second time in as many weeks on his career-long 68-yard second quarter reception that served as Tech's only touchdown at Missouri ... hauled in three passes for 39 yards and his first touchdown of 2007, a 28-yard strike from quarterback Graham Harrell in the second quarter against Texas A&M ... had his longest kickoff return of the season, a 58-yarder to open the second half against Iowa State ... set a new career high with his 86-yard receiving effort that came on six catches at Oklahoma State ... totaled three catches for 36 yards and had one kickoff return for 19 yards in the home opener against UTEP ... returned two kickoffs against SMU, totaling 66 yards, including a 46-yarder to open the game that started the offense off at the Tech 49-yard-line ... 46-yard return marked the longest kickoff return by a Red Raider since Johnnie Mack's 80-yarder on August 30, 2003 in the season opener versus SMU ... also caught two passes from the outside receiver position.
2006 - REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON
Closed the season with 10 receptions for 131 yards and a touchdown ... caught a 14-yard pass in the bowl win over Minnesota on Tech's game-tying drive at the end of regulation ... grabbed two passes for 39 yards and a touchdown against Baylor ... had a 12-yard reception at A&M ... two receptions for 22 yards in the win over Southeastern Louisiana ... logged one reception for 11 yards at UTEP ... opened the season with a career-high three catches for 33 yards against SMU ... also rushed three times for 26 yards.
2005 - FRESHMAN SEASON
MONTWOOD HIGH SCHOOL
Montwood High School in El Paso, Texas ... Top 300 overall prospect nationally (Max Emfinger Recruiting) ... Three-Star recruit (TheInsiders.com; Rivals.com) ... Top 50 Receivers nationally (CollegeFootballNews.com) ... No. 26 athlete prospect nationally (Rivals.com) ... No. 48 overall prospect (Rivals.com Texas Top 100) ... No. 60 overall prospect (Scout.com Southwest Hot 100) ... No. 52 overall prospect (Scout.com Texas Hot 100) ... Associated Press Class 5A First-Team All-State selection ... Lubbock Avalanche-Journal State Top 100 ... Texas Sports Writers Association Class 5A All-State Second Team ... rolled up 2,172 rushing yards, averaging nearly 9.0 yards per carry and 220.0 yards per game ... also averaged 50.0 yards per punt return and accounted for over 17.0 points per game ... rushed for 2,185 yards and 22 touchdowns as a junior ... led the city of El Paso each of the last two seasons in rushing yardage ... also converted 16 two-point conversions ...had three 300-yard games junior season ... 4.5 in the 40 ... personal best of 10.7 in the 100M was fourth nationally in age group last summer at AAU nationals ... also ran a 21.6 in the 200M ... excelled in the classroom as well with a 3.7 GPA ... also recruited by BYU, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Stanford and UTEP ... High School Coach: Chuck Veliz.
Edward Britton ... born May 25, 1987, in New Jersey ... son of Dornese and Edward Britton ... has two younger sisters and two younger brothers ... enjoys reading in spare time.