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#32 Marcus Green
Position: TE
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 240
Year: Senior
Hometown: Scooba, MS
High School: Kemper County HS
Experience: 3 Letters
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CAREER:
  Emerged as the Bulldogs primary tight end in 2011 after an injury ended his junior campaign early . . . Tore a ligament in his knee in week two of the 2010 season . . . Played in 29 games during his career, highlighted by 16 starts . . . After a redshirt season, he was limited by injury in his first season of eligibility . . . Made an early true freshman season move from running back to tight end and spent the season working at his new position on the scout team . . . Came to the Bulldogs as a highly recruited running back from nearby Scooba, Miss.

2011: Saw action in all 13 games, including eight starts . . . Led all tight ends on the team with 11 catches for 188 yards . . . His 17.1 yards-per-catch ranked second on the team (minimum 10 receptions) . . . Caught three passes for 46 yards against No. 3 LSU at home . . . Followed that up the next week with two catches for 31 yards in the overtime win against Louisiana Tech . . . Scored a touchdown at UAB, finishing with two catches for 23 yards . . . Totaled two catches for 66 yards at Kentucky, including a career-high tying 50-yard reception, the third season he caught a 50-yard pass . . . Tallied two catches for 22 yards vs. No. 3 Alabama.

2010:
Opened the season as the starting tight end . . . Caught two passes for 25 yards in the season-opening win vs. Memphis . . . Added another reception for 11 yards against Auburn before suffering a knee injury that derailed his season.

2009: Played in all 12 games, earning six starts on the year . . . Became the starting tight end and only missed opening calls due to formation changes . . . One of the top receivers on the team during his sophomore season . . . Caught 27 passes for 306 yards and three touchdowns . . . Hauled in his first touchdown in the season opener against Jackson State . . . Pulled in five catches for a career-high 100 yards against LSU, including a 50-yard catch-and-run for a score . . . Also caught a touchdown pass in the season-ending victory in the Egg Bowl.

2008:  Played in the first two games of his redshirt freshman season, starting once at tight end (vs. Southeastern Louisiana), during an injury-shortened campaign . . . Had one pass reception (50 yards) and one rush (3-yard loss) in limited activity . . . Rushed once on a tight-end reverse for a 3-yard loss in the season opener at Louisiana Tech . . . Had his first collegiate pass reception, a 50-yard catch-and-run, in Mississippi State’s home-opening win over Southeastern Louisiana, his first collegiate start . . . Re-aggravated a persistent hamstring injury in that game and missed the remainder of the year.

2007:  Redshirted his first season on campus.

HIGH SCHOOL:
  Listed No. 5 on the Jackson Clarion-Ledger ranking of the top 40 prospects in the state of Mississippi, the second-best running back mentioned . . . Rated the No. 18 prospect in the state of Mississippi, regardless of position, by SuperPrep Recruiting Magazine, the third-best “athlete” listed . . . Moved to 17th in SuperPrep’s season-ending All-America issue . . . Chosen to the Clarion-Ledger Dandy Dozen prior to his senior season, symbolic of being one of the top 12 football players in the state of Mississippi . . . Named first-team, all-state in all classifications by that newspaper following his senior season . . . Earned first-team, all-state mention in Class 2A by the Mississippi Association of Coaches as a running back . . . Rushed 156 times for 1,618 yards (10.4 yards per rush) and 25 touchdowns during his senior season for head coach Brock Clay at Kemper County High School in DeKalb, Miss... . Also threw for five touchdowns . . . Credited with running a 4.5 in the 40-yard dash at the Oxford Scout.com combine following his junior year . . . That 40 time was the fourth fastest among all wide receivers at the camp . . . His 34-inch vertical leap tied for third best among his peers, and his 9- foot, 9-inch vault in the broad jump was second best . . . Rushed for 1,074 yards and 12 touchdowns during his junior season on the gridiron, playing only on the offensive side of the ball for the Wildcats . . . Also threw for 376 yards and five more touchdowns . . . Returned three kickoffs for touchdown . . . Was named most valuable player on his high school football and basketball teams during both his junior and senior seasons . . . Was selected to play in the Mississippi North-South All-Star basketball game following his junior year and earned game most valuable player honors . . . Other top scholarship offer:  Ole Miss . . . Committed to MSU in August 2006.  

PERSONAL:  Born Marcus Lakendrick Green on May 6, 1988, in Meridian, Miss . . . Son of Mr. Fred Ramsey and Ms. Patrice Green.

GREEN’S CAREER HIGHS
Receptions – 5, vs. LSU (9-26-09)
Receiving Yards – 100, vs. LSU (9-26-09)
Longest Reception – 50, (3x) last at Kentucky (10-29-11)
Receiving Touchdowns – 1, (4x) last at UAB (10-8-11)

 

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