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10 Days to FCS Kickoff

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Today we'll highlight a quarterback

#10 Malik Richardson

Class: Freshman
Hometown: Sumter, SC
High School: Lakewood HS
Height / Weight: 6-4 / 200
Position: Quarterback

Prior to Western Carolina: Two-year varsity starter as a pro-style quarterback … As a senior, completed 69-of-137 passes for 938 yards and five touchdowns against five interceptions … Rushed 177 times for 964 yards and eight TDs … Nominated to compete in the Touchstone Energy North-South All-Star Game … Chosen to play in the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl in Dallas, Texas in January 2019 … As a junior, completed 85-of-165 passes for 907 yards and seven scores while also rushing for 769 yards on 132 carries … Is a two-star recruit according to both 247Sports.com and Rivals.com … Also runs track as a prep where he qualified for the state championship ... Originally committed to East Carolina ... Signed in the National Signing Early period … High school head coach was Larry Cornelius.

Personal: Full name is Malik Michel Richardson … Is the son of Geraldine Richardson and Malcolm Chatman.

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Re: 10 Days to FCS Kickoff

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Montana #10


Marcus Welnel - LB
6'0", 230 lbs.
Helena, MT
Helena Capital HS


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Re: 10 Days to FCS Kickoff

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YEAR Redshirt Senior
POSITION Wide Receiver
HT./WT. 6-5 / 230
HOMETOWN Indiana, Pa.
MAJOR Communication Studies

2019 as a Redshirt Senior: HERO Sports Preseason Third Team All-American.

2018 as a Redshirt Junior: Started all 13 games.
-Second Team All-CAA wide receiver.
-FCS ADA Academic All-Star.
-CAA Football Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll
-Led team with 62 receptions for 710 yards and seven touchdowns.
-Ranked third in the CAA in receptions, fourth in receiving touchdowns and seventh in total receiving yards.
Season-high 116 yards on eight catches at New Hampshire (Nov. 3)... Career-high nine catches for 88 yards and a touchdown in season opener at NC State (Sept. 1)... Also made eight receptions for 78 yards and a touchdown against William & Mary (Sept. 22)... Finished just shy of 100 receiving yards on two other occasions, finishing with six catches for 98 yards and a score at Richmond (Sept. 29), followed by seven receptions for 99 yards and a TD the next week against Elon (Oct. 6)... Recorded third career two-touchdown game with a pair of scores against Rhode Island (Nov. 10)... Scored a touchdown in five of the first six games... Tallied five or more receptions in seven games... Accrued over 65 receiving yards in six outings... Career-long 47-yard reception in Elon game..

2017 as a Redshirt Sophomore: Played in 13 games, making eight starts at wide receiver…
-JMU Athletic Director's Scholar-Athlete (Fall 2017).
-CAA Football Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll
Had 42 receptions for 615 yards and a team-best five touchdowns… Ranked ninth in CAA in yards per catch (14.6)… Recorded two 100-yard receiving games – both in the FCS playoffs… Scored three of five touchdowns during the FCS playoffs… Had a season-high eight receptions for 189 yards and a touchdown in FCS quarterfinals against Weber State (Dec. 8)… His 189 yards with the second-most receiving yards in JMU single-game history, setting a JMU postseason record… Had seven receptions for 107 yards against North Dakota State (Jan. 6) in the NCAA Division I Football Championship game… Caught a then career-long 40-yard touchdown late in the fourth quarter to help JMU tie the game against Weber State… Had five catches for 70 yards and two scores in FCS semifinals against South Dakota State (Dec. 16)… Also contributed eight catches for 64 yards and first two career touchdowns versus ETSU (Sept. 9)… Also had 63 receiving yards against Maine (Sept. 23) and 62 yards in FCS Second Round versus Stony Brook (Dec. 2)… Tallied three or more catches in seven games… Had three catches of at least 30 yards... JMU Athletic Director's Scholar-Athlete (Fall 2017)...
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