Career: Ranks tied for 18th on Purdue career receiving touchdowns list with 9 and 19th with 105 receptions ... has two 100-yard receiving games.
2005: Started all 11 games ... ranked second on team with 41 receptions for 500 yards (12.2 average) ... hauled in season-long 46-yard pass at Arizona (his parents' alma mater) on Sept. 17 ... caught seven passes for 91 yards vs. Notre Dame on Oct. 1 ... recorded season-high 10 catches for 117 yards vs. Iowa on Oct. 8 ... had seven receptions for 77 yards at Penn State on Oct. 29.
2004: Received team's Most Improved Award -- Offense for spring season ... selected Most Valuable Player of Spring Game in fan poll on Purduesports.com after catching seven passes for 169 yards and three touchdowns ... received Purdue Big Ten Sportsmanship Award ... started all 12 games ... ranked eighth in Big Ten with average of 4.3 receptions per game and 10th with 52.0 receiving yards per game ... second on team with 51 receptions for 624 yards (12.2 average) and seven touchdowns ... had four catches for 29 yards, including 9-yard touchdown grab, at Notre Dame on Oct. 2 ... caught six passes for 70 yards with a touchdown at Iowa on Nov. 6 ... had eight receptions for 72 yards and career-high two touchdowns vs. Ohio State on Nov. 13 ... posted career highs of 11 catches for 209 yards and two touchdowns vs. Indiana on Nov. 20 ... 209 yards rank tied for third on school game list and are most by a Purdue or Indiana player in an Old Oaken Bucket game.
2003: Appeared in all 13 games, including three starts ... had 13 catches for 140 yards (10.8 average) and two touchdowns ... caught 7-yard touchdown pass on first ball thrown his way vs. Bowling Green on Sept. 6 ... it was the Boilermakers' first score of the season ... made first start and had 8-yard touchdown reception vs. Arizona on Sept. 20 ... caught season-high three passes for 30 yards at Wisconsin on Oct. 18 ... started vs. Iowa on Nov. 8 ... came-up with eye-popping 18-yard catch at Ohio State on Nov. 15 ... hauled in season-best 22-yard reception at Indiana on Nov. 22 ... started vs. Georgia in Capital One Bowl on Jan. 1.
High School: Second team all-state as senior after catching 71 passes for 1,053 yards (14.8 average) and 13 touchdowns ... had 49 receptions for 815 yards (16.6 average) and 10 touchdowns his junior season ... also served as the team's long snapper ... coach was Mike Robbins ... also played baseball, basketball and water polo ... McDonald's All-America nominee and academic all-state honoree in basketball ... involved in Gifted and Talented program.
Personal: Given name is Kyle Christopher Ingraham ... born Aug. 8, 1984 ... mathematics major ... enjoys playing golf, water sports and paintball ... involved in Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... at 6-foot-9 matches offensive lineman Seth Morris (1998) as tallest football player in school history ... father, Corky, played linebacker at Arizona in 1977 and 1978 and mother, Susan, was a swimmer for the Wildcats ... Corky earned second team All-Pac 10 honors and was team captain in 1978 ... Susan qualified for 1980 Olympic Trials ... brother, Chase, swam at Southern Methodist (served as team captain in 2005-06) and another brother, Colton, currently swims for Mustangs.