2010: Elliott, a versatile athlete, saw action at both wide receiver and special teams. He finished the season with 30 catches for 381 yards with one TD to lead the Rattlers in receptions. He recorded a season high 84 yards receiving on three catches against Norfolk State (10-23-10 and garnered four catches for 51 yards against Delaware State (9-11-10) and Tennessee State (9-25-10).
On special teams, Elliott recorded 11 tackles (9 UA, 2 Asst) in the 11 games he played in on special teams. He recorded a season high four tackles against Howard (9-18-10) and two tackles against Morgan State (10-30-10).
2009: Elliott finished the season as the Rattlers' receptions leader with 44 catches for 554 yards with and seven TDs. He averaged 50.4 yards per game, earning second team all-conference honors. Elliott finished sixth in the conference in receptions and receiving yards per game. He tallied a season high 111 yards receiving on nine catches with one TD against South Carolina State (10-17-09).
2008: Elliott, an acrobatic performer, played in all 12 of the Rattlers' games at the Z-wide out position and on special teams. He finished the season with 58 catches for 817 receiving yards with seven TDs, along with recording 10 tackles on special teams (8 solo, 2 asst). That ranked him second in the conference in receiving yards per game (68.1) and third in receptions per game (4.8) earning him First Team All-Conference honors. Elliott recorded a game high 111 yards receiving on seven receptions with a pair of TDs against Norfolk State (10-25-09). He had an 89 yard receiving performance against North Carolina A&T (11-8-08) on four receptions .
2007: Red shirted
High School: Elliott was a three sport letter winner in football, basketball and track at Colonial High School in Orlando, Fla. He finished his senior season with 20 catches for 250 yards and six TDs. He also recorded 250 yards on 112 carries with four TDs. He was named the team Most Valuable Player in football, basketball and track. Elliott was named the Orange County Athlete of the Year. In track and field, Elliott was the State high jump and triple jump champion. He holds the school record in the high jump at six feet 11 inches. He recalls his best high school performances, when he won two State titles in (high jump, triple jump) track and field. Elliott holds two school records in points and assists. His junior season, Elliott finished with 650 yards on 50 catches with six TDs. In track and field, he finished third in the state and was named third team all-county selection.
Personal: Kevin Eliott was born on December 21, 1988 to Tonya and Al Harrison in Fayetteville, N.C. He has two siblings, a brother Dionte` Harrison and a sister Jaylyn Harrison. Elliott in his spare time is a Pop Warner Youth football and basketball coach. He is majoring in communications and also enjoys weight lifting and music.