Zay Flowers
WR · Boston College

Physical Attributes:

Proj Rd: 2
Height: 5092
Weight: 182
Forty: 4.42
Arm: 29 1/4"
Hand: 9 1/4"
Wingspan: 72 1/4"




YEAR (GP/GS)    REC     YDS       AVG      TD       DROP

2019: (13/2)       22       341        15.5       3          4

2020: (11/11)     56       892        15.9       9          7

2021: (12/12)     44       746        17.0       5          4

2022: (12/12)     78       1,077    13.8       12       9

Total: (48/37)    200     3,056    15.3      29       24

HISTORY -- From College Profile

2022 (Senior): All-ACC First Team wide receiver set the BC single-season mark in receiving touchdowns (12), tied the record for receptions in a season (78) and produced the third most receiving yards (1,077) in a season in BC history... named a semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award... earned the Bulger Lowe Award from the Gridiron Cub of Greater Boston and Season Golden Helmet Award from the New England Football Writers as the top player in the region... opened the season with 10 catches, 117 yards and two touchdowns against Rutgers (9/3)... caught four passes for 79 yards at Virginia Tech (9/10)... made eight catches for 89 yards, including a 51-yard touchdown against Maine (9/17)... caught seven passes for 45 yards at Florida State (9/24)... hauled in touchdown passes of 69 and 57 yards to beat Louisville (10/1) in a five-catch, 151-yard effort as he earned ACC Wide Receiver of the Week honors... eight catches for 75 yards against Clemson (10/8)... grabbed a 61-yard touchdown reception and totaled 135 yards on 10 catches at Wake Forest (10/22)... scored two touchdowns through the air with six catches and 65 yards against Duke (11/4)... posted 130 yards and two touchdowns on seven receptions in upset win at No. 16 NC State (11/12)... broke the single-season and career receiving touchdown records with his second of the night in an eight-catch, 110-yard effort against Syracuse (11/26)... finished his career as BC's all-time leader in career receptions (200), career receiving yards (3,056) and career receiving touchdowns (29).
2021 (Junior): Enters senior season with 122 receptions, 1,979 receiving yards and 17 receiving touchdowns, which rank 12th, 10th and fifth all-time at BC, respectively … All-ACC Third Team selection … awarded All-New England honors from the New England Football Writers … preseason Biletnikoff Award watch list … opened the season as the ACC Wide Receiver of the Week after a seven-reception, 135-yard game against Colgate (9/4) with a touchdown ... caught two passes for 68 yards with a long of 49 at Massachusetts (9/11) ... third career eight-catch game against Missouri (9/25) for 62 yards with a touchdown … hauled in five receptions for 70 yards at Clemson (10/2) ... four catches for 43 yards at Louisville (10/23) ... put up 116 yards on six receptions at Syracuse (10/30) ... caught three passes for 55 yards vs. Virginia Tech (11/5) ... caught two touchdown passes of 48 and 39 yards at Georgia Tech (11/13) ... posted three receptions for 92 yards and a score vs. Florida State (11/20).
2020 (Sophomore): All-ACC First Team selection, becoming just the second BC wide receiver to be named First Team All-ACC in school history (Alex Amidon, 2012) … collected All-ACC honors after one of the most productive seasons by a wide receiver in Boston College history … 18th nationally and second in the ACC with 892 yards receiving … ranked 26th nationally with 56 receptions and tied for 12th nationally with nine touchdown receptions … started all 11 games he played in … nine touchdowns receiving ranked second in Boston College single-season history … started the season with 162 yards receiving on five receptions, including a 61-yard touchdown reception at Duke (9/19) … eight receptions vs. No. 12 North Carolina (10/3) … six receptions for 162 yards and three receiving touchdowns against Pitt, including the game-winning touchdown reception in overtime (10/10) … tied a BC single-game record with three receiving touchdowns vs. Pitt … also had a 77-yard TD catch against the Panthers … seven receptions for 87 yards vs. Louisville (11/28) … career-high eight receptions for a career-best 180 yards and two touchdowns at Virginia (12/5).
 2019 (Freshman): Played in all 13 games with two starts ... rushed 27 times for 195 yards, averaging 7.2 yards per carry, with a touchdown ... caught 22 passes for 341 yards and three touchdowns ... debuted with 116 all-purpose yards on three carries for 25 yards and two catches for 91 yards, including a long of 58 plus a game-opening 33-yard TD against Virginia Tech (8/31) ... opened the scoring vs. Richmond (9/7) with a 46-yard TD run, totaling 92 yards on three carries ... caught a 26-yard touchdown pass and totaled 31 yards on three receptions vs. Wake Forest (9/28), while adding four rushes for 26 yards ... caught a 53-yard pass and totaled 72 yards on three receptions at Louisville (10/5) … two catches for 59 yards, including a 50-yard score, and two rushes for 30 yards at Syracuse (11/2).
 High School: A three-star recruit according to 247Sports, ESPN and Rivals … rated the No. 83 wide receiver nationally by Rivals … listed as the No. 116 athlete nationally and the No. 179 player in Florida by ESPN … listed as the No. 184 prospect in Florida by 247Sports … helped guide the Sharks to back-to-back Florida class 4A state semifinal appearances as a junior and senior … played both wide receiver and defensive back at University School … played for head coach Daniel Luque at University School.
 Personal: Xavien Kevonn Flowers ... son of Willie Flowers and Jackie Walden ... has 13 siblings … a communications major enrolled in the Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences … recipient of the King Family Football Scholarship Fund.