|High School:||East Paulding|
2015 — Consensus second team All-Southern Conference selection as a wide receiver in balloting by league coaches and media...saw action in all 11 games and logged nine starts...led Furman with 43 receptions for 621 yards and four touchdowns...caught passes in all 11 games to extend his string of games with receptions to 36...claimed a season high eight catches for 101 yards and two touchdowns against Mercer...had six grabs for a season high 116 yards versus Western Carolina...caught five passes for 113 yards, including a 61-yard touchown reception in 16-15 win over UCF — Furman’s first victory over an FBS foe since 1999 (North Carolina)...had six punt returns for 34 yards...finished the season with 134 career receptions, which ranks fourth in Furman history, and 1,815 career receiving yards, good for seventh.
2014 — Enjoyed a productive second season as a starter, getting the nod at flanker in all 12 games and finishing second on the squad with 41 catches for 497 yards and a touchdown...caught passes in 11 games...had three catches for 103 yards versus Wofford (31-14 win), including a 59-yard scoring strike...caught seven passes for 49 yards versus Samford...rushed three times for 27 yards, including a 13-yard scamper that set up a touchdown versus FCS No. 3-ranked Coastal Carolina...also served as Furman’s primary punt return specialist with 16 returns for 67 yards, including a season best 42-yarder versus Western Carolina.
2013 — Put together an outstanding first season of play and proved to be a major factor in a mid-season turnaround that saw Furman overcome a 2-4 start en route to an 8-6 campaign, Southern Conference championship, and NCAA FCS playoff appearance...team finished 21st in final FCS Coaches Poll...led the squad in receiving, collecting 50 passes for 697 yards and three touchdowns...receptions and receiving yards marks established new Furman freshman standards...ranked sixth in the SoCon in receiving yards and eighth in receiving yards per game (49.8)...selected to the SoCon All-Freshman Team in balloting by league coaches...saw action in all 14 games and earned nine starts...began the season as a backup...caught four passes for 58 yards in his first career start: versus The Citadel (24-17 win)...role changed dramatically at mid-season after starting flanker Gary Robinson suffered a fractured ankle early in the Appalachian State game (27-10 win)...recorded his first career touchdown catch against Georgia Southern (16-14 win), connecting with Tanner Skogen on a 75-yard halfback option pass on game’s first offensive play...went on to record six grabs for 115 yards versus GSU...came back the next week against Samford (35-17 win) with a late second quarter 85-yard touchdown catch and run that gave the Paladins a 21-9 halftime line...85-yard catch was the seventh longest in Furman history...torched Wofford (27-14 win) with nine catches for a season high 146 yards and a touchdown in helping Furman notch its league best 13 SoCon crown.
2012 — Member of scout team.
High School: 2012 graduate of East Paulding (4A) High School...coach was John Reid...caught 59 passes for 1,011 yards and school record 20 touchdowns in 2011...all-region, county player of the year, and Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Georgia Sportswriters Association first team all-state selection.
Personal: Full name is Andrej Bryce Suttles...born October 6, 1993, in Chattanooga, Tennessee...son of Krysia and Shane Suttles...has a brother, Lorenz, and a sister, Shaya...uncle, Chad Suttles, played football at UTC...cousin, Kota Suttle, was All-American linebacker at Furman (1989-92)...computer science major.