|High School:||Rockdale County|
2012 — Fashioned a solid junior season in his second season as a starter...saw action in all 11 games and logged starts at split end in 10 contests...tied for the team lead (with Will King) with 34 receptions, good for 415 yards and two touchdowns...registered catches in 10 of 11 games...tallied career high six-reception performances in back-to-back contests against Coastal Carolina and Clemson...had 78 yards in receptions and two touchdowns versus Coastal Carolina, with scores covering 10 and 22 yards in the fourth quarter to help force overtime...caught five passes for 67 yards against Georgia Southern....recorded season best 39-yard catch in season opener at Samford. 2011 — Stepped into the starting lineup at split end, where he registered action in 10 games and logged nine starts...caught 18 passes for 265 yards and two touchdowns...also had a two-point conversion catch versus Chattanooga (14-7 win)...caught four passes for 40 yards against Coastal Carolina in the season opener and four passes for 62 yards and a touchdown against Elon...scoring grabs covered five yards versus FCS third-ranked Appalachian State and 10 yards against Elon...hauled in a season long 43-yard reception versus Georgia Southern. 2010 — Earned his first playing time, appearing in four games...caught two passes for 16 yards, including his first touchdown on a 16-yard reception versus Elon. 2009 — Member of scout team.
High School: 2009 graduate of Rockdale County (4A) High School...football coach was Michael Etheridge...played wide receiver and tight end during his prep career...caught 20 passes for 390 yards and five touchdowns in 2008, helping Rockdale County improve from a 1-9 record in 2007 to a 5-5 mark...earned all-area and Georgia Football Phenoms third team all-state honors his senior year...also played basketball.
Personal: Full name is Ryan Anthony Culbreath...son of Frank and Marcia Culbreath...born March 13, 1991, in Decatur, Georgia...has a brother, Franklyn...father played football at Johnson C. Smith and brother played at Jacksonville State...cousin, Joshua Culbreath, set world records in both the 300 and 440-yard hurdles in 1956 and ‘57 and won bronze medal in the 400m hurdles at the 1956 Melbourne Summer Olympics...business administration major.