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Crockett Gillmore
TE #80
Height:
6-6
Weight:
260
Age:
26
College:
Colorado State
Hometown:
Bushland, TX
Experience:
5
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 51 604 11.8 46 6 0 0 -- 0 0 0 0
2016 BAL 7 5 8 71 8.9 22 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2015 BAL 10 10 33 412 12.5 46 4 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2014 BAL 15 1 10 121 12.1 22 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

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— Key Transactions —

  • Placed on Injured Reserve (back) on 12/21/15
  • Originally selected by the Ravens in the third round (99th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft...Was the second of two Ravens’ picks in the round (S Terrence Brooks, 79th)

— Career Highlights —

  • In 2015, set career highs in receptions (33), receiving yards (412) and receiving TDs (4) for the league’s No. 8 passing attack (266.9 ypg), which gained a single-season franchise-record 4,271 net passing yards
  • Produced his first-career 100-yard receiving game (101) on a career-high-tying 5 receptions (20.2 avg.), including a career-long 48-yard catch, vs. STL (12/22/15)
  • Secured career highs with 2 TDs receptions and 5 catches (since tied), totaling 88 receiving yards (17.6 avg.), at Oak. (9/20/15)
  • Played in his first-career postseason game and recorded a 21-yard TD reception in the 30-17 victory in the Wild Card game at Pit. (1/3/15)

— Personal —

  • Has three older brothers, including former CSU Ram, Austin (with whom Crockett played), and a younger sister
  • Grew up a Pittsburgh Steelers fan because he admired the play of OLB James Harrison
  • First job was at a construction company run by his dad, where he carried sheetrock
  • Previously trained at former six-year NFL center LeCharles Bentley’s O-Line Performance center in Scottsdale, AZ
  • Married Hayley Thompson, a former Colorado State women’s basketball player, in July 2016

— Season Recaps —

2015: (Baltimore Ravens – 10/10)

  • Established career highs in receptions (33), receiving yards (412) and receiving TDs (4) for the league’s No. 8 passing attack (266.9 ypg), which gained a single-season franchise-record 4,271 net passing yards
  • Missed four games before being placed on Injured Reserve (back) on 12/21...His 4 scoring grabs ranked second on the team and marked the highest single-season total by a Ravens’ TE since 2012 (Dennis Pitta, 7)
  • Left the contest in the first quarter due to injury (back) after catching a 7-yard pass in game 12 at Mia. (12/6)
  • Tallied a career- and game-high 101 receiving yards on 5 catches (20.2 avg.), including a career-long 46-yarder, in the 16-13 victory vs. STL (11/22)
  • Secured 4 catches for 42 yards (10.5 avg.) and 1 TD vs. Jax. (11/15)…Became part of the third TE duo (w/ Maxx Williams) in team history to each have a TD catch in a game
  • Caught a 3-yard scoring pass for an offense that produced 2 TDs in both goal-to-go opportunities in the 29-26 victory vs. SD (11/1)
  • Secured a career-high 2 TD receptions and 88 yards on 5 catches, including a 38-yard catch and run, at Oak. (9/20)...Ignited a Ravens’ offense that gained the sixth-most net yards (493) in franchise history

2014: (Baltimore Ravens – 15/1, 2/0)

  • Recorded 10 receptions for 121 yards and 1 TD for an offense that established franchise single-season records in yards (5,838) and points scored (409)
  • Played in both postseason contests, collecting 2 receptions for 30 yards and 1 TD for an offense that produced 727 yards and 61 points in two playoff games
  • Played in his first-career postseason game and recorded his first-career postseason reception for a 21-yard TD in the 30-17 victory in the Wild Card game at Pit. (1/3/15)
  • Tallied 2 receptions for a 37 yards (including a then-career-long 20-yarder) in the 20-12 win vs. Jax. (12/14)
  • Subbed and recorded his first-career TD reception (a 1-yard snare) at Pit. (11/2)
  • Recorded his first-career NFL reception (finished the game with 2 catches for 16 yards) for an offense that recorded 475 yards and 6 TDs in the 48-17 win at TB (10/12)

 

— College —

  • Played 47 games (36 starts) at Colorado State, totaling 111 receptions for 1,308 yards and 8 TDs in 37 games at TE and 18 tackles (14 solo), 1 sack (-16 yards), 2 TFL (-19 yards) and 1 FR in 10 games at DE...Received first-team All-Mountain West honors as a senior and sophomore, in addition to second-team accolades during his junior year
  • Recorded 47 receptions (career high) for 577 yards (career high) and 2 TDs, earning consensus first-team All-Mountain West honors, as a senior in 2013
  • Majored in communication studies...Finished his bachelor’s degree during the 2016 offseason

— High School —

  • Prepped at Bushland (TX) HS, where he earned first-team All-District honors at WR and DE as a junior and senior...Became the first 1,000-yard receiver in school history and totaled 26-career sacks
  • Posted 1,142 yards and a school-record 22 TDs on 45 receptions (25.4 avg.) and collected 88 tackles, 9 sacks, 3 PD, 4 FRs and 1 INT, leading the Falcons to the Texas Class 2A Division II state championship game as a senior...Earned honorable-mention All-State, first-team All-District, Golden Spread 2A-3A Player of the Year and Amarillo Globe-News Offensive Player of the Year honors
  • Was the district high jump champion in 2009, earning first-team honors and second-team All-District in 2008

— Gillmore's Community Impact —

  • Participated in the Ravens Hometown Huddle by taking part in the Ravens TEAM Challenge at M&T Bank Stadium (2014)…Joined teammates and cheerleaders to complete various tasks alongside students from Baltimore’s Liberty Elementary...The NFL/United Way Hometown Huddle is a league-wide day of service designed to bring awareness and impact to the issue of youth health and fitness
  • Supports the Ravens’ fan outreach initiatives, including Beach Bash in Ocean City (2015-16)
  • Helped plant trees in downtown Baltimore with U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack on National Arbor Day (2016)

Download Bio Update

— Key Transactions —

  • Placed on Injured Reserve (back) on 12/21/15
  • Originally selected by the Ravens in the third round (99th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft...Was the second of two Ravens’ picks in the round (S Terrence Brooks, 79th)

— Career Highlights —

  • In 2015, set career highs in receptions (33), receiving yards (412) and receiving TDs (4) for the league’s No. 8 passing attack (266.9 ypg), which gained a single-season franchise-record 4,271 net passing yards
  • Produced his first-career 100-yard receiving game (101) on a career-high-tying 5 receptions (20.2 avg.), including a career-long 48-yard catch, vs. STL (12/22/15)
  • Secured career highs with 2 TDs receptions and 5 catches (since tied), totaling 88 receiving yards (17.6 avg.), at Oak. (9/20/15)
  • Played in his first-career postseason game and recorded a 21-yard TD reception in the 30-17 victory in the Wild Card game at Pit. (1/3/15)

— Personal —

  • Has three older brothers, including former CSU Ram, Austin (with whom Crockett played), and a younger sister
  • Grew up a Pittsburgh Steelers fan because he admired the play of OLB James Harrison
  • First job was at a construction company run by his dad, where he carried sheetrock
  • Previously trained at former six-year NFL center LeCharles Bentley’s O-Line Performance center in Scottsdale, AZ
  • Married Hayley Thompson, a former Colorado State women’s basketball player, in July 2016

— Season Recaps —

2015: (Baltimore Ravens – 10/10)

  • Established career highs in receptions (33), receiving yards (412) and receiving TDs (4) for the league’s No. 8 passing attack (266.9 ypg), which gained a single-season franchise-record 4,271 net passing yards
  • Missed four games before being placed on Injured Reserve (back) on 12/21...His 4 scoring grabs ranked second on the team and marked the highest single-season total by a Ravens’ TE since 2012 (Dennis Pitta, 7)
  • Left the contest in the first quarter due to injury (back) after catching a 7-yard pass in game 12 at Mia. (12/6)
  • Tallied a career- and game-high 101 receiving yards on 5 catches (20.2 avg.), including a career-long 46-yarder, in the 16-13 victory vs. STL (11/22)
  • Secured 4 catches for 42 yards (10.5 avg.) and 1 TD vs. Jax. (11/15)…Became part of the third TE duo (w/ Maxx Williams) in team history to each have a TD catch in a game
  • Caught a 3-yard scoring pass for an offense that produced 2 TDs in both goal-to-go opportunities in the 29-26 victory vs. SD (11/1)
  • Secured a career-high 2 TD receptions and 88 yards on 5 catches, including a 38-yard catch and run, at Oak. (9/20)...Ignited a Ravens’ offense that gained the sixth-most net yards (493) in franchise history

2014: (Baltimore Ravens – 15/1, 2/0)

  • Recorded 10 receptions for 121 yards and 1 TD for an offense that established franchise single-season records in yards (5,838) and points scored (409)
  • Played in both postseason contests, collecting 2 receptions for 30 yards and 1 TD for an offense that produced 727 yards and 61 points in two playoff games
  • Played in his first-career postseason game and recorded his first-career postseason reception for a 21-yard TD in the 30-17 victory in the Wild Card game at Pit. (1/3/15)
  • Tallied 2 receptions for a 37 yards (including a then-career-long 20-yarder) in the 20-12 win vs. Jax. (12/14)
  • Subbed and recorded his first-career TD reception (a 1-yard snare) at Pit. (11/2)
  • Recorded his first-career NFL reception (finished the game with 2 catches for 16 yards) for an offense that recorded 475 yards and 6 TDs in the 48-17 win at TB (10/12)

 

— College —

  • Played 47 games (36 starts) at Colorado State, totaling 111 receptions for 1,308 yards and 8 TDs in 37 games at TE and 18 tackles (14 solo), 1 sack (-16 yards), 2 TFL (-19 yards) and 1 FR in 10 games at DE...Received first-team All-Mountain West honors as a senior and sophomore, in addition to second-team accolades during his junior year
  • Recorded 47 receptions (career high) for 577 yards (career high) and 2 TDs, earning consensus first-team All-Mountain West honors, as a senior in 2013
  • Majored in communication studies...Finished his bachelor’s degree during the 2016 offseason

— High School —

  • Prepped at Bushland (TX) HS, where he earned first-team All-District honors at WR and DE as a junior and senior...Became the first 1,000-yard receiver in school history and totaled 26-career sacks
  • Posted 1,142 yards and a school-record 22 TDs on 45 receptions (25.4 avg.) and collected 88 tackles, 9 sacks, 3 PD, 4 FRs and 1 INT, leading the Falcons to the Texas Class 2A Division II state championship game as a senior...Earned honorable-mention All-State, first-team All-District, Golden Spread 2A-3A Player of the Year and Amarillo Globe-News Offensive Player of the Year honors
  • Was the district high jump champion in 2009, earning first-team honors and second-team All-District in 2008

— Gillmore's Community Impact —

  • Participated in the Ravens Hometown Huddle by taking part in the Ravens TEAM Challenge at M&T Bank Stadium (2014)…Joined teammates and cheerleaders to complete various tasks alongside students from Baltimore’s Liberty Elementary...The NFL/United Way Hometown Huddle is a league-wide day of service designed to bring awareness and impact to the issue of youth health and fitness
  • Supports the Ravens’ fan outreach initiatives, including Beach Bash in Ocean City (2015-16)
  • Helped plant trees in downtown Baltimore with U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack on National Arbor Day (2016)
 

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