About Barr: Selected to the Phil Steele All-Independent Second Team in 2010 ... two-time letterman who has played in 25 consecutive games ... enters 2011 on an 11-game starting streak.
2010: Appeared in all 13 games ... started the final 11 contests ... caught 14 passes for 215 yards ... led team with three touchdown receptions ... averaged 15.4 yards per catch ... set career highs with three catches for 51 yards and a touchdown in the win at Duke ... hauled in 31-yard touchdown in the third quarter versus Blue Devils for first career score ... made career-long reception of 39 yards at Kent State.
2009: Appeared in all 12 games ... registered three catches for 23 yards ... listed fourth among team leaders in receptions ... posted three tackles in special teams role ... hauled in first two passes of collegiate career during home showing against Duke ... pair of catches went for 16 yards ... notched season-long 11-yard reception opposite Blue Devils ... notched career-high two tackles during road win at North Texas ... credited with first career stop in season-opening win over Eastern Michigan.
2008: Did not appear in a varsity contest.
High School: Standout wideout at Jesuit High in Portland, Ore. ... played for head coach Ken Potter ... helped squad to back to back state of Oregon 6A championships during final two seasons.
Personal: Born Feb. 11, 1989 ... given name is Austin Martin Barr ... parents' names are Phil and Cynthia Barr ... father, Phil, lettered in football at Purdue University ... grandfather and father's four brothers also played football for Boilermakers ... enjoys watching movies and playing sports in spare time ... majoring in International Relations.