2011: Played in seven games as a reserve wide receiver and a special teams player ... Finished the year with five catches for 85 yards and a touchdown ... Lone score was a 25-yard reception from Andre Bevil in Lamar's 45-35 win over Incarnate Word (9/17) ... Finished the UIW game with four catches for 53 yards ... Only other catch was a 28-yard reception in the season opener against Texas College (9/3) ... Added two punt returns for 40 yards against Incarnate Word, including a 33-yard effort.
2010: Appeared in nine games as a freshman, mostly on special teams ... Finished the season with eight tackles, all unassisted ... Had a season-high three tackles in 29-28 win at Southeastern Louisiana (9/18) ... Had a pair of tackles in 24-20 home win over South Dakota (11/13).
High School: Accumulated 1,751 passing yards and 1,219 rushing yards and accounted for 39 touchdowns in leading the 2009 Navasota Rattlers to their third-straight Class 3A quarterfinals berth ...Was the District 24-3A Offensive MVP and was also a second-team, all-state punter ... Selected by the Bryan Daily Eagle as the first-team quarterback on its 2009 All-Brazos Valley Team ... Also honored on the 2009 District 24-3A All-Academic Team ... Was a second-team all-state safety as a junior and was also the District 24-3A MVP in baseball ... Lettered three years in football and four years in both baseball and track and field.
Personal: Braydon Kye Hildreth was born on March 11, 1992, in College Station, Texas ... Son of Andy and Lori Hildreth ... Has three brothers, Chad, Jayson and Colson, and a sister, Olivia ... Major is general studies.