Ronald Leary and Dontari Poe represent Memphis on the C-USA second team.
USM captures C-USA East Division championship with the victory
Andy Summerlin completed 21 of his 45 attempts for 174 yards.
Memphis vs. Marshall at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium on Nov. 17, 2011.
Memphis vs. Rice - AP Photos - 10/08/11
Earned two letters as a wide receiver for the Tigers after transferring from Mesa C.C. (Ariz.), in 2010...Appeared in each of the Tigers' 24 contests throughout his career, logging nine starts in the process...Finished his career with 93 receptions for 877 yards and four touchdowns...Averaged over nine yards per catch during his time with the Tigers... Accounted for 40 or more yards receiving on nine separate occasions throughout his career...Scored four touchdowns throughout his time with the Tigers, including the first of his career versus Austin Peay in 2011... Immediately contributed as a member of Memphis' receiving corp. in his first season with the Tigers as a junior in 2010, seeing action in each of the Tigers 12 contests, making three starts on the year...Got the first starting nod of his career versus Southern Miss in 2010.
Enjoyed the most productive season of his career as a senior possession threat, recording nine games with five or more catches, including back-to-back performances in which he tallied 10 or more grabs (10-MTSU and 11-Rice)...His 10 reception tally at MTSU included seven grabs that resulted in first downs and two of the non-first down receptions went for eight or more yards... Accounted for 593 receiving yards as a senior, including a career-high 91 yards versus Marshall...Hauled in 23 receptions in the final three games of the 2011 season...Scored in back-to-back games versus ECU and Tulane...Also hauled in a touchdown versus UAB.
Played in 12 games as a junior college transfer in 2010...Made three starts at wide receiver when Memphis lined up with a four-wideout formation...Opened the season with an 18-yard catch versus Mississippi State...Hauled in two passes for 42 yards against East Carolina...Registered three receptions in three of the next four games versus MTSU, UTEP and Louisville...Tallied two catches against Southern Miss before having his receiving streak snapped at seven games by Houston...Rallied following that meeting and hauled in two passes in each of the final four straight games of the season...Credited with a season-long reception of 25 yards against UCF...Led the team in receiving yards versus Middle Tennessee (37 yds) and UTEP (34 yds)...Closed out the season ranked third on the team with 23 receptions for 284 yards.
Mesa Community College:
Caught 50 passes for 571 yards and four touchdowns during his time with the Thunderbirds...Logged time in nine games throughout his career in Mesa, ranked 10th in the NJCAA, third in the Western States Football League and earned second-team NJCAA All-Offensive Honors in 2009...In a single game, he hauled in 15 of 16 passes thrown his way for total of 188 yards...Competed in the 2009 JUCO All-American All-Star Game.
Was a team captain at Springville High School in Orem, Utah...Was a standout wide receiver, leading the Red Devils to 4A Regional Title in 2004...Led the 2004 Springville squad in receiving, logging 57 catches, 970 yards and five touchdowns...Had a standout performance vs. Timpview High School catching eight passes for 209 yards and two touchdowns as well as two unassisted tackles and one pass interception...Honored as an All-State selection, Elite 11 (Best players in the valley team) and Team Gatorade Offensive Player of the Year.
Tannar Rehrer is the son of Randy and Lynnett Rehrer...Born July 18, 1986, in Pocatello, Idaho...He is married to Maggie Rehrer and the couple has three children together...His father Randy played cornerback at Idaho State and brother Casey Rehrer played quarterback at Southern Utah.