Bio: Three-year starter awarded all-conference honors since his freshman season and named an All-American the past two years. Junior receiving totals included 125 receptions/1182 yards/10 TDs when he also averaged 10.9 yards on 18 punt returns, adding another score. Also posted an average of 25.2 yards on 34 kick returns with one touchdown. All-conference selection in 2011 as a wide receiver, punt returner and kick returner. Sophomore receiving totals included 99/1105/8 with a 31.1 average on 28 kick returns and three scores. Freshman totals included receiving numbers of 82/1159/7 with a 25.4 yard average on 18 kick returns.
Positive: Explosive, multipurpose skill player who impacts the game in a variety of ways. Plays with good balance and body control and possesses natural pass catching skills. Consistently finds the open spot in the defense, easily adjusts to the errant throw and comes away with the difficult grab. Possesses soft and strong hands, good eye/hand coordination and fights hard to make the reception. Displays skill running after the reception, keeps the play inbounds and picks up positive yardage. Plays larger than his listed size, goes over the middle of the field and exposes himself to the big hit in order to come away with the reception. Uses his frame to shield away defenders and protect the pass. Nicely makes the reception in stride. Terrific quickness in his all-around game. Does a tremendous job following blocks as a return specialist, weaving his way through the traffic while displaying the ability to turn it on in a single step.
Negative: Not much of a downfield blocker. Production benefited from the four-receiver system used at Toledo. Deceptively fast yet not a true burner.
Analysis: Page was productive the moment he stepped on the field at Toledo as a game-breaking return specialist and reliable receiver. He lacks classic size for a starting wide out yet will be a good addition as a slot receiver whose primary duties will be returning punts and kicks.