Saw action in 11 games and made two starts... Caught three passes for 15 yards at LSU... Made one catch at Arkansas State... Hauled in one pass for nine yards in upset bid at Texas A&M.
Saw action in all 12 games and made nine starts... Finished season with 18 catches for 125 yards and four touchdowns... His four touchdown grabs ranked third on the team... His lone catch in the win over Grambling was an 18-yard touchdown reception... Had three grabs for 12 yards, including a touchdown, at Wake Forest... Made it three straight games with a score as he hauled in a touchdown at Baylor... Caught four passes for 29 yards in conference opener against Western Kentucky... Hauled in a 24-yard touchdown pass in win over Georgia State... Had two receptions for nine yards in win at Troy.
Appeared in first 11 games and made two starts before having season cut short due to diagnosis with testicular cancer... Caught four passes for 16 yards on the season and first three receptions were TD scores... Had two touchdown receptions in second career game at Auburn... Juggling catch in fourth quarter that closed the gap to seven points was tabbed as ESPN’s Play of the Day... Had a nine-yard TD reception against Florida Atlantic... Caught one pass against UL-Lafayette.
Earned all-state, all-metro and all-district honors following his senior season in which he had 20 catches for 344 yards and six touchdowns... Scored the game winning touchdown in the second round of the Louisiana playoffs against Farmerville... Also lettered in basketball.
Full name is Harley Paul Scioneaux... Born Jan. 1, 1993, in Reserve, La... Son of Barry and Claire Scioneaux... Has one brother, Nick... Majoring in kinesiology.