Erik finished his four-year career with the Wildcats in 2013. He played in 42 games in his career and had 99 receptions for 1,188 yards and nine touchdowns. Earned All-Conference honors and was named team Offensive MVP as a senior.
2013 (Senior) Started all 12 games for the Wildcats and earned honorable mention All-Conference honors for the first time in his career...Was named the WSU team Offensive MVP after finishing the season as the team’s top wide receiver...Recorded 62 receptions for 658 yards and three touchdowns...Opened the season with a career-high 127 receiving yards with seven catches and a touchdown in Weber State’s 50-40 win over Stephen F. Austin...Also had 106 receiving yards against Montana State and had touchdown catches against Portland State and Idaho State...Caught seven or more catches in five games, including a season-high nine catches against Montana State...Also had three rushed for 45 yards, including a 39-yard touchdown run against Stephen F. Austin in the season opener...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors.
2012 (Junior) Played in all 11 games and started six games at wide receiver...Was second on the Wildcat team in receiving yards per game at 36.6...Had 22 receptions for 403 yards and five touchdowns...Had a career-best 88 receiving yards at UC Davis, including a 52-yard reception...Also had 75 receiving yards against Northern Colorado.
2011 (Sophomore) Played in eight games and started one for the Wildcats on the year...Battled injuries throughout much of the year...Had one reception for five yards and a touchdown, coming against Southern Utah on Oct. 22.
2010 (Freshman) Saw action in all 11 games as a true freshman for the Wildcats and started in the Oct. 23 home win over Portland State...Had 14 catches for 122 yards on the season for an average of 8.7 yards per catch...Was fifth on the WSU squad in receiving at 11.1 yards per game...Caught a ball in eight of the 11 games and had two catches in five games...Also had 13 or more receiving yards in five games, including a season-high 40 yards on two catches Nov. 6 at Montana State.
Park City High School Played for Coach Brandon Matich at Park City High School, the same school as Wildcat teammate Tony Epperson...Played quarterback and defensive back in high school...Was a two-year starter on both sides of the line and earned First Team Class 3A honors in 2009...Helped the Miners to an 11-2 record overall in 2009 and to the Region 10 championship with a 4-0 record...Accounted for 28 touchdowns, passing and running, in 2009...Was the 2009 state 3A 100 meters champion as a junior.