At Princeton — 2017: earned second-team All-Ivy League honors at wide receiver after ranking fourth in the Ivy League in both receptions (71) and receiving yards (935) … recorded 11 touchdown catches, which was a Princeton record entering the year, though teammate Jesper Horsted ended season with 14 … had at least one touchdown catch in eight of 10 games, including career-best three in season-opening win over San Diego … caught 11 passes for 103 yards and a TD in 52-17 win at Harvard, the Crimson's worst home Ivy loss in 50 years … had season-long 63-yard catch (for a touchdown) in win at Georgetown … had double-digit receptions in three of final five games (Harvard, Penn, Dartmouth) … named to the Ivy League Honor Roll three times. 2016: caught two passes during Princeton's Ivy League championship season … made first collegiate catch in season-opening 35-31 win over Lafayette … had an eight-yard catch during 28-0 victory over Ivy co-champion Penn. 2015: developed in both J.V. games and practices while adding depth to the wide receiver corps.
At Jamestown — two-time first-team all-state and all-league honoree … Post-Journal Player of the Year … Connolly Cup recipient as the Most Outstanding Player in Western New York … also played linebacker and strong safety … ended career with more than 2,400 receiving yards and 136 tackles … led team to 2014 state championship as captain; team also won 2013 sectional title … lettered in basketball and led team to 2014 state championship game, as well as three straight sectional titles … earned All-ECIC Division I first-team honors … recipient of the New York State Senate Youth Leadership Award … class president … 2014 Section IV Scholar Athlete of the Year … AP Scholar Award recipient … member of the All-Western New York Scholar-Athlete football team … member of the National Honor Society.
Personal — born Dec. 12, 1996 … son of John and Susan Carlson … has an older brother Christopher … enjoys the saxophone and basketball … plans to study bioengineering at Princeton.