Hard-working wideout who is among the rotation at the slot position • Earned the ACC Top Six for Service award, which goes to six individuals or teams at each conference school who excel in community outreach.
2015 - Sophomore Season
Played in 12 games • Finished with 12 catches for 225 yards and a touchdown • Also had one carry for four yards • Had a 32-yard reception for a first down early in the win at Virginia Tech • Caught two passes for 14 yards in the win over Duke • Had two receptions for a career-best 94 yards in the win over Wake Forest • Finished with two catches for 33 yards in the win at Georgia Tech • Caught four passes for 39 yards and his first career touchdown in the win over Illinois • The scoring grab was a 3-yard reception from Marquise Williams • Caught one pass for 13 yards in the win over NC A&T.
2014 - True Freshman Season
Reserve wide receiver who appeared in 12 games • Caught 15 passes for 106 yards as a true freshman • Caught at least one pass in all 12 games in which he played • Made one catch for six yards in the Quick Lane Bowl vs. Rutgers • Had a season-best three catches for 20 yards against Georgia Tech • Also had 20 receiving yards at Clemson.
Providence High School
Selected to play on North Carolina’s Shrine Bowl team • Played in the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl in Tampa, Fla., where he played wide receiver, returned kicks and even threw a pass on a trick play • Named All-Mecklenburg by The Charlotte Observer • Hauled in 89 catches for 1,190 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior • Earned South Mecklenburg all-conference honors • Scored eight touchdowns and averaged more than 13 yards per reception to help Providence to an 8-5 record and the second round of the NCHSAA 4-AA state playoffs before losing to eventual state champion Mallard Creek • As a junior, he earned all-conference honors after posting 504 yards receiving, 189 yards rushing and scoring 15 touchdowns • Also scored on a 65-yard punt return and an 85-yard kickoff return • Coached by Randy Long.
Nickname is “AP” • If he could choose an NFL team to play for, it would be the Panthers • Dream job is to play in the NFL • Favorite TV show is “Prison Break” • Favorite food is chicken parmesan • Favorite off-day activity is 4-wheeling with his friends • The person who had the biggest impact on his life is his father Ricky Proehl • Ricky played football at Wake Forest with current UNC wide receivers coach Gunter Brewer • Ricky played 17 years in the NFL and is an assistant coach with the Carolina Panthers • Son of Ricky and Kelly Proehl • Communication studies major.