After completing an All-American career as a wide receiver at UCLA, Mike Sherrard became just the second wide receiver selected in the first round by the Dallas Cowboys. He had a stellar rookie season by having 41 receptions for 744 yards and leading the team with 5 touchdowns. His totals rank fourth for most receptions, second for most receiving yards, and is tied for fourth for most touchdowns by a rookie in Cowboys' franchise history. Sherrard played 11 seasons in the NFL with the Cowboys, Giants, Broncos and winning a Super Bowl as a member of the 49ers. Currently, Sherrard is an assistant coach at the southern California prep powerhouse Oaks Christian and he trains the next generation of stars at FBU!

Mike Sherrard
FBU Wide Receiver Coach
Playing Career

College: UCLA
Drafted: 1986 / Round: 1 / Pick: 18

Dallas Cowboys (1986-88)
San Francisco 49ers (1989-92)
New York Giants (1993-95)
Denver Broncos (1996) 

Career Highlights
UCLA: 3 Rose Bowl Victories
UCLA: 7th All-time Receptions
UCLA: 10th All-Time Yards
Dallas Cowboys: 4th All-Time Franchise Rookie Receptions 
Dallas Cowboys: 2nd All-Time  Franchise Rookie Yards
Dallas Cowboys: 4th All-Time  Franchise Touchdowns
 San Francisco 49ers: Won Super Bowl XXIV