Can somebody help me out
Anybody have these players college stats
PORTIS'S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS @ Maimi Year Att Yards Avg. TD Long
2001 220 1200 5.5 10 45
2000 77 485 6.3 2 82
1999 143 838 5.9 8 41
Total 440 2523 5.7 20 82
Smoot's Career Defensive Stats
Year G/gs Tt Ut At Tfl-yds Sk-yds Ff/fr Pd Int-yds
1999 11/11 57 39 18 4-4 0.0-0 0/0 9 5-13
Here's Mr. Smoots college stats. Kinda short since I couldnt locate his junior college stats. Transferred to Miss. St. as a junior, then went to the pros.
LaVar Arrington stats.......
1997......26 tackles, 2 for loss, 2 sacks, 1 pass break up, 1 forced fumble,
1998......65 tackles, 17 for loss, 7 sacks, 2 ints, 11 pass break ups, 1 fuble recovery 2 forced fumbles
also in 1998 was named player of the game 1 time, big 10 defensive player of the year (1st ever sophmore), 1st team AP all american, semi finalist for Butkus award, defensive PLAY of the year for leap against Illinois
1999......72 tackles, 20 for loss, 10 sacks, 1 int, 6 pass break ups, 2 recovered fumbles, 1 forced fumble, 2 blocked kicks
also in 1999 he finished 9th in heisman throphy voting, won player of the game 2 times, 1st team all american, won Butkus and Bednarik awards, had 14 tackles in bowl game win over texas a&m won MVP of game
At Delaware State, McCants played his best season as a senior, at tight end, tallying career-highs of 36 catches, 692 receiving yards and 18 TDs. His TD total set Delaware State and MEAC records, and was No. 1 in Division I-AA. He also finished seventh in I-AA in scoring with 116 points on 19 TDs, one being a 51-yard kickoff return, and a two-point conversions. McCants was named to the All-MEAC First Team and the Sports Network, Walter Camp and Sheridan Broadcast Network Black College All-America teams. He set a school and MEAC single-game record with five TD catches against both Liberty (9/23/00) and North Carolina A&T (11/4/00). He tallied at least one TD catch in each of the last six games of his collegiate career. As a junior in 1999, McCants played in all eleven games, catching nine passes for 292 yards (career-high 33.2 avg.) with two TDs. As a sophomore, he was fourth on the Hornets in receiving yards (251) and fifth in catches (18). As a freshman he led the Hornets with four TD catches, was second in receiving yards (380) and third in catches (20). He played in 42 of 43 possible games.
I think McCants could really be a force for us before long!
dammit Daseal. Someone else finally got 750 posts. Now I cant scroll down and look for my picture because you have the same one. Hey Matty, how about getting me a new avator since its the same pic for 1st round pick and playmaker. Or if you want you can make me a Canes Expert and ill dig up a Portis or Taylor pick in their canes uniform, heh.
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