Cody Hoffman Athlete Profile

#2 Cody Hoffman

Position: Wide Receiver Height: 6-4 Weight: 210 Roster Years: 2009-2013 Hometown: Crescent City, CA Last School: Del Norte High School

Before BYU

  • Caught 50 passes for more than 1,000 yards as a senior
  • Recorded seven 100-yard receiving games for Del Norte in 2008
  • Named to the All-Humboldy-Del Norte Conference team three consecutive times
  • Caught nine passes for 229 yards and two touchdowns in a 31-28 win over rival Fortuna in October 2008
  • Contributed to the Warriors league titles his sophomore and junior years
  • Coached by Lewis Nova

2009 | Redshirt Year

  • Member of the scout team

2010 | Freshman Year

  • Earned letterman honors as a freshman
  • Played in 13 games, starting 10
  • First on the team with 527 receiving yards on 42 receptions and 7 touchdowns
  • Was also the Cougars' main kick returner, totaling a team-high 380 yards on 14 returns
  • Caught the first touchdown of his career at Florida State
  • Had 104 kick return yards vs. Wyoming
  • Caught five passes, including two touchdowns, for 71 yards vs. New Mexico
  • Had a team season-high 137 yards and 8 receptions against UTEP in the New Mexico Bowl, catching three touchdowns
  • Racked up 262 all-purpose yards vs. UTEP, the most since Austin Collie's mark vs. Tulsa in 2007
  • Added a season-high 51-yard kickoff return in the bowl game

2011 | Sophomore Year

  • Earned letterman honors
  • Yahoo! Sports All-Independent Team, Phil Steele All-Independent First Team, FBS All-Independent Team
  • Became BYU's single-season leader in kickoff returns (36) and kickoff return yards (879)
  • Played and started in all 13 games
  • Led team in all receiving categories with 61 catches, 943 yards and 10 touchdowns
  • 1,825 all-purpose yards in 2011 are sixth-best single-season mark in BYU history
  • Had five 100-yard receiving games
  • Caught 8 passes for 138 yards and returned 8 kicks for 139 yards for 277 all-purpose yards for the sixth-best single game mark at BYU and a career high
  • Returned a kick 93 yards for a touchdown vs. UCF, the first kickoff returned for a score since 1998
  • Had a season-high nine catches for 162 yards and one touchdown at Oregon State
  • Returned seven kicks for 167 yards at TCU and had four catches for 67 yards
  • Caught six passes for 114 yards and two touchdowns vs. Idaho
  • Had seven receptions for 123 yards and one touchdown at Hawai'i
  • Caught 8 passes for 122 yards and tied his own BYU-bowl record with three touchdowns, including the game-winner at the Armed Forces Bowl vs. Tulsa

2012 | Junior Year

  • SI.com All-America honorable mention
  • Phil Steele All-Independent First Team, FBS All-Independent Team
  • Named to the Bilentnikoff Award Watch List
  • Madness Independent Offensive Player of the Week, week of Sept. 10
  • Earned letterman honors and started all 13 games
  • Led BYU in all receiving categories with 100 receptions, 1,248 yards and 11 touchdowns
  • His 100 receptions and 1,248 yards are both second most in a single season in school history
  • Has caught a pass in 32 straight games and counting
  • Recorded school record five touchdown receptions at New Mexico State on career-high 182 receiving yards
  • Posted eight 100-yard receiving games
  • Caught a career-high 13 passes for 155 yards at San Jose State and recovered an onside kick
  • Had at least 10 receptions in four games

2013 | Senior Year

  • Phil Steele Preseason All-American
  • Named to the 2013 CFPA Wide Receiver Trophy Watch List
  • Named to the Biletnikoff Award watch list
  • Caught eight passes for 108 yards against Utah
  • Tallied five receptions, 99 yards and one touchdown in win over Georgia Tech
  • Notched his 16th career game with 100+ receiving yards with 156 on seven catches and one touchdown vs Houston
  • College Football Performance Awards Hon. Mention WR of the Week (10/21 and 11/11)
  • Became BYU's all-time reception leader with his first catch against Houston
  • Recorded one touchdown, four catches and 57 yards in win over Boise State
  • Became BYU's all-time receiving touchdown leader with his score against Boise State
  • Became BYU's all-time receiving yards leader with his second catch vs Wisconsin
  • Recorded 113 yards, seven catches and two TDs against Wisconsin--tying Austin Collie for the BYU record with 17 career games with 100+ receiving yards
  • Earned first team All-Independent honors by College Sports Madness for the third consecutive year 
  • Received FBS All-Independent Team Honorable Mention
  • Phil Steele All-Independent First Team
  • Became BYU's all-time all-purpose yards leader with 5,015 in the bowl game vs Washington
  • Became BYU's all-time leader with 18 games with 100+ receiving yards
  • With 167 receiving yards against Washington, he recorded 100+ receiving yards in each of his four bowl games
  • Finished his career with 43 consecutive games with at least one reception