Addison signed with Pittsburgh out of Tuscarora High School in Maryland and was an honorable mention All-ACC pick on offense in 2020, leading the Panthers in receiving (60-666-11.1, four TDs; 9-58-6.4 rushing; 2-39-19.5 kick returns; 2-15-7.5 punt returns). Addison became a star in 2021, winning the Biletnikoff Award as the nation's top receiver (joining former Pitt winners Antonio Bryant and Larry Fitzgerald) and garnering first-team Associated Press All-American and first-team All-ACC honors. He tied for the FBS lead with 17 receiving touchdowns, ranked sixth with 100 receptions and fourth with 1,593 receiving yards (15.9 per) in 14 games. Also, Addison was a third-team all-conference pick as an all-purpose player (7-56-8.0, one TD rushing; 12-185-15.4 punt returns). Transferring to USC for 2022 to play for head coach Lincoln Riley, Addison excelled. He was a first-team All-Pac-12 Conference selection as the Trojans' leading receiver (59-875-14.8, eight TDs; also 4-33-8.3 rushing, 4-19-4.8 punt returns in 11 starts) despite missing three games due to injury. -- by Chad Reuter, NFL.com
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