Jalin Hyatt

WR · Tennessee


 YEAR (GP/GS)   REC    YDS      AVG     TD      DRO

2020: (10/1)       20       276        13.8       2          0

2021: (13/1)       21       226        10.8       2          3

2022: (12/12)     67       1,267    18.9       15       5

Total: (35/14)    108     1,769    16.4      19       8



HISTORY -- From College Profile


2022 Biletnikoff Award Winner
2022 Consensus and Unanimous First-Team All-American (Walter CampFWAAAssociated PressSporting NewsAFCA NCAAESPNThe AthleticCBSSports.com/247Sports)
2022 Maxwell Award Semifinalist
2022 Walter Camp Player of the Year Semifinalist
2022 All-SEC First Team (Associated PressCoachesUSA TODAY)
Walter Camp National Offensive Player of the Week (vs. #3 Alabama, 10/15/22)
Maxwell Award National Player of the Week (vs. #3 Alabama, 10/15/22)
SEC Offensive Player of the Week (vs. #3 Alabama, 10/15/22)


The most explosive playmaker in all of college football who left his mark as the nation’s best receiver and a unanimous first-team All-American … Became the first player in program history to win the Biletnikoff Award in 2022, presented annually to the most outstanding receiver in the FBS … Declared for the 2023 NFL Draft following his 2022 junior regular season … Holds UT records for single-game touchdown receptions (5 vs. Alabama on 10/15/22), single-game points scored (30 vs. Alabama on 10/15/22) and single-season receiving touchdowns (15 in 2022) ... Played in 35 games with 14 starts in three seasons … Finished with 108 receptions for 1,769 yards and 19 touchdowns while averaging 16.4 yards per catch … His 19 receiving touchdowns tied for fourth in program history with Peerless Price ... Logged five games with over 100 yards receiving and produced five games with multiple touchdown receptions ... Of his 108 catches, 52 went for 10+ yards, 30 for 20+ yards, 21 for 30+ yards and 12 for 40+ yards … Arrived at Tennessee as one of the top prep players in South Carolina.

2022 - JUNIOR

Delivered the most explosive receiving season in program history, capturing the Biletnikoff Award and becoming the 13th unanimous first-team All-American at UT and first since defensive back Eric Berry in 2009 … The first wide receiver in program history to achieve that feat … Also became the 36th consensus All-American in program history and first since defensive lineman Derek Barnett in 2016 … Played and started in 12 games … Declared for the NFL Draft on Dec. 14 and did not play in the Orange Bowl … Tallied 67 catches for 1,267 yards and a school-record 15 touchdowns, averaging 18.9 yards per reception and 105.6 yards per game … Finished second in the FBS and first in the Power Five in receiving touchdowns, while ranking fifth in the FBS in receiving yards … Led the SEC in receiving yards, touchdowns, receptions per game (5.6) and receiving yards per game … His 15 receiving scores tied for sixth in SEC single-season history, while his 1,267 yards finished second in school history – 31 yards shy of Robert Meachem’s record in 2006 … According to PFF, accumulated 537 yards after the catch … A unanimous first-team All-SEC selection … His 67 receptions ranked seventh in UT single-season annals … Led the nation in 40+ yard receptions (11), 50+ yard catches (7) and 60+ yard catches (5) … His 11 40+ yard catches were better than eight SEC teams’ entire total for the season … Logged five 100-yard receiving games on the year, which led the SEC and tied for sixth in UT single-season history … Had multiple receiving touchdowns in a four game stretch spanning from the LSU (10/8) to Kentucky (11/29) games, becoming the first Vol in program history to do so over the course of a single season ... Finished the regular season strong and had a game-high 86 receiving yards on three completions at Vanderbilt (11/26), including a 61-yard connection with Joe Milton III on the third play of the game, setting up a rushing score one play later ... Tallied six catches for 65 yards at South Carolina (11/19), moving into second on the UT single-season receiving yards list after passing Peerless Price ... Posted 146 yards and a receiving touchdown in the home finale vs. Missouri (11/12), recording seven catches in the contest ... Had his big-play ability on full display, making catches of 24, 30 and 29 yards before scoring on a 68-yard wheel route out of the backfield in the third quarter against the Tigers ... Surpassed 1,000 receiving yards on the season against Missouri on the first play of the second quarter with a 30-yard catch down to the three-yard-line ... Reeled in six passes for 63 yards at No. 3 Georgia (11/5), including a 28-yard catch-and-run in the fourth quarter ... Electric once again in the win over No. 19 Kentucky (10/29), making five catches for 138 yards and two touchdowns, including big plays of 55, 31 and 39 yards ... Broke the record for single-season touchdowns in win over UK, capping the first drive of the game with a 55-yard score, then finding the end zone again with 33 seconds left in the first half, hauling in a Hendon Hooker pass from 31 yards out ... Reeled in seven catches for 174 yards against UT Martin (10/22), while adding a pair of touchdowns to posted his second straight game with over 100 yards receiving ... Had two big plays against the Skyhawks, a 44-yard connection with Hooker and a 66-yard juggling catch-and-run on a trick play thrown by tight end Princeton Fant ... Produced the greatest single-game receiving performance in school history in epic win over No. 3 Alabama (10/15), making six catches for 207 yards and a school-record five touchdowns ... Recorded the longest catch of his career, a 78-yard catch-and-run in the fourth quarter and also had TD receptions of 36, 11, 60 and 13 yards against the Tide ... His five touchdown catches set a new program record for single-game touchdown receptions, passing the previous mark of three by 12 different Vols ... Tied the SEC record for single-game TDs, last accomplished by DeVonta Smith of Alabama in 2019 ... His 30 points scored by touchdown tied the program record for a single-game, matching Gene McEver who had five rushing TDs in 1929 ... Recorded the sixth-most receiving yards in program history against the Tide (207) and logged UT's 10th 200-yard receiving performance all-time ... Became the first player to register three or more touchdowns and 100 receiving yards or more against Alabama in the Nick Saban era … Was the first FBS player with five or more receiving touchdowns vs. an AP top-five team since NC State’s Terry Holt did so vs. No. 3 Florida State on Nov. 8, 1997 … Named National Offensive Player of the Week and SEC Offensive Player of the Week for his efforts against the Tide … Made two touchdown catches at No. 25 LSU (10/8), hauling in a 45-yard dime from Hooker in the second quarter, then reeling in another 14-yard strike in the third quarter ... Finished the game in Baton Rouge with four catches for 63 yards ... Recorded five receptions for 58 yards against No. 20 Florida (9/24) with a long reception of 21 yards ... Had a solid day in win over Akron (9/17), recording 166 receiving yards and a pair of touchdowns, as well as a 57-yard reception ... Posted three huge plays in the win over the Zips, securing receptions of 57, 48 and 47 yards ... Tallied a career-high 11 catches for 73 yards in win at No. 17 Pitt (9/10), tying for the fifth-most receptions in a game in school history ... Started the season with a bang, taking the first offensive play of the season, a pass from Hooker, 23 yards before diving into the end zone for a touchdown ... Finished the opener vs. Ball State (9/1) with two receptions for 28 yards.


Significant contributor at wide receiver, playing in all 13 games with one start … Finished the year third on the team in catches with 21 for 226 yards and two scores … 10 of his 21 receptions went for a first down and three were 25+ yards … Logged 107 yards after the catch … Caught three passes for 35 yards and one touchdown in the Music City Bowl vs. Purdue (12/30) … Delivered one of the biggest catches of the year, collecting a 2-yard pass from Hendon Hooker in the corner of the endzone on fourth down with less than two minutes remaining that knotted the game … Tied a career high with five receptions, taking those catches for 24 yards against No. 1 Georgia (11/13) ... Hauled in a season-long 41 yard catch-and-run in the second quarter at No. 18 Kentucky (11/6) that set up a score ... Had three catches for 14 yards at No. 4 Alabama (10/23) ... Made one reception for 18 yards vs. No. 13 Ole Miss (10/16) ... Caught a 3-yard slant for the opening touchdown of the game against South Carolina (10/9) and finished the day with three grabs for 21 yards ... Had one carry for 10 yards at No. 11 Florida (9/25), the longest rush of his career ... Started against Bowling Green (9/2) and led all players with 62 receiving yards on four catches, including a 30-yard catch-and-run on the second drive of the game that set up a TD.


Proved to be one of the top freshman wide receivers in the SEC … Played in all 10 games and made one start ... Ranked second on the team with 20 receptions for 276 yards and two touchdowns … 10 of his catches went for a first down and six of his catches were 20+ yards, which ranked 29th in the SEC and third among SEC freshmen … Among SEC true freshmen, ranked sixth in receiving yards, third in receiving touchdowns and third in yards per catch (13.8) … Made his first career start in season finale vs. No. 5 Texas A&M (12/19) ... Set a new career high with five catches for 81 yards and scored his second career touchdown in win at Vanderbilt (12/12) ... Score against the Commodores was a 26-yarder late in the second quarter … Had four catches for 10 yards vs. No. 6 Florida (12/5) ... Collected three passes for 37 yards at No. 23 Auburn (11/21) ... Made two catches for a career-high 86 receiving yards and caught his first career touchdown on a 38-yard reception in the second quarter vs. No. 2 Alabama (10/24) ... Tallied first career catches in win over Missouri (10/3), totaling two receptions for 54 yards ... Made Tennessee debut in season-opening win in his home state at South Carolina (9/26).


Rated as a four-star prospect and the nation’s 33rd-ranked wide receiver in 247 composite rankings … Starred at Dutch Fork High School in Irmo, South Carolina, where he helped lead the Silver Foxes to a 14-0-1 record and No. 9 national ranking by MaxPreps in 2019 … Is Dutch Fork's all-time leader in receiving yards (3,624) and receiving touchdowns (57) … Led Dutch Fork to back-to-back undefeated seasons and the South Carolina Class 5A state titles in 2018 and 2019 … Had three touchdown catches in the 2019 state championship game, including the game-winner in overtime, to lead the Silver Foxes to their fourth straight state title … 2019 finalist for South Carolina’s Mr. Football … Member of the 2019 SCFCA Class 5A All-State Team and 2018 All-USA South Carolina second team selection … Tallied 66 catches for 1,361 yards and 26 touchdowns as a senior in 2019 … Came from same program as VFL Bryce Thompson.


Full name is Jalin Daveon Hyatt … Born on Sept. 25, 2001 … Son of Jamie and Enevelyn Hyatt … Has a younger brother, Devin, who played football at IMG Academy … Started playing flag football at the age of five at the local YMCA … Models his game after Davante Adams … Knew he could play at the college level when he got his first offer as a sophomore in high school … Majoring in recreation and sport management ... Recipient of the Dr. Eric W. Barton Football Scholarship and the Michael & Christy Coffey Athletic Scholarship Endowment … Twitter and Instagram handle is @jalinhyatt.


Receptions: 11 at Pitt, 9/10/22
Receiving Yards: 207 vs. Alabama, 10/15/22
Receiving Touchdowns: 5 vs. Alabama, 10/15/22
Long Reception: 78 vs. Alabama, 10/15/22
Rushes: 1 (3x), last at Pitt, 9/10/22
Rushing Yards: 10 at Florida, 9/25/21
Long Rush: 10 at Florida, 9/25/21


Receiving Touchdowns: 15 in 2022 (1st)
Receiving Yards: 1,267 in 2022 (2nd)
Receptions: 67 in 2022 (7th)
100-Yard Receiving Games: 5 in 2022 (t-6th)


Receiving Touchdowns: 5 vs. Alabama on 10/15/22 (1st; also t-1st in SEC history)
Receiving Yards: 207 vs. Alabama on 10/15/22 (6th)
Receptions: 11 at Pitt on 9/10/22 (t-5th)
Points Scored: 30 vs. Alabama on 10/15/22 (t-1st)


0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0
67.0 18.9 15.0 78.0 1267.0


10.0 0.0 10.0 1.0 10.0
21.0 10.8 2.0 41.0 226.0


3.0 0.0 3.0 1.0 3.0
20.0 13.8 2.0 48.0 276.0

Physical Attributes:

Proj Rd: 2
Height: 6001
Weight: 184
Forty: 4.40
Arm: 32.5"
Hand: 9"
Wingspan: 77 5/8"

Pro Day Results:

Cone: 7.06
Bench: --
Shuttle: 4.33
10: --
20: --
40: --
BJ: --
VJ: --

Combine Results:

Cone: --
Bench: --
Shuttle: --
10: 1.5
20: 2.54
40: 4.4
BJ: 11'3"
VJ: 40"