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Default Re: Senior Bowl Weigh Ins

RosterWatch ‏@RosterWatch
10. Markus Wheaton is clearly the best WR on the North Squad. Tracks the ball like Mike Wallace just like the film shows. #OregonState

Bucky Brooks ‏@BuckyBrooks
5. M.Wheaton and M.Goodwin were standout WRs. Wheaton is a polished rt. runner w/ strong hands. He has tools to be a strong No.2 as a pro.

Bucky Brooks ‏@BuckyBrooks
Goodwin is crazy explosive. Speed overwhelms defenders. Reminds me of M.Wallace from PIT at 1st glance. Big play threat at next level.


Many prospects are said to have Olympic type speed, but Goodwin actually does.
http://www.usatf.org/Athlete-Bios/Marquise-Goodwin.aspx

International Championships
2008 World Junior champion (7.74m/25-4.75)

USA Championships
Two-time USA Outdoor champion - 2011 (8.33m/27-4); 2012 (8.33m/27-4)
Two-time USA Junior champion – 2008 (7.62m/25-0); 2009 (7.9m/26-1.50)

Collegiate Championships
NCAA Indoor runner-up (7.98m/26-2.25)
2010 NCAA Outdoor champion (8.15m/26-9)
2012 NCAA Outdoor champion (8.23m/27-0)
Three-time Big 12 Outdoor champion – 2010 (7.94m/26-0.75); 2011 (8.17m/26-09.75); 2012 (8.19m/26-10.5)
Two-time Big 12 Indoor champion - 2011 (8.10m/26-7); 2012 (7.74m/25-4.75)

Awards and Honors
Four-time NCAA All-American
Seven-time All-Big 12 selection
Texas indoor school record holder (8.12m/26-8)

About Marquise
A jack-of-all-trades, Marquise Goodwin not only does it all, he does it all very well and has done so at a young age. Goodwin qualified for the London Olympic Games following his junior season as both a track athlete and wide receiver for the football team at the University of Texas. He qualified for the 2011 World Outdoor Championships at just 20 years old. He made quick transitions following international competition back to the football field the last two years. In three seasons with the Longhorns, Goodwin has made 16 starts along with catching 91 passes for 975 yards and three touchdowns. Competing for Rowlett High School (Rowlett, Tex.), Goodwin twice was selected the Texas Gatorade Track & Field Athlete of the Year while winning a total of seven Texas 5A state championships (long jump (3), triple jump (2), 4x100m (2)). Competing as a high school senior in the senior division at 2009 USA Outdoors, Goodwin set the national high school record in placing fifth (8.18m/26-10). Goodwin also won both a USA Junior and World Junior title. Passing on his remaining jumps in prelims and the final, he took just one jump to win the USA Junior Outdoor title in 2009.

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