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CSU vs. New Mexico
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2012 (Senior): Played in all 12 games for the Rams and started in 11 of those games. Put together his best year as a Ram as he finished 2012 with 29 catches for 387 yards and two scores. Finished second on the team in catches and yards receiving.
2011 (Junior): Capitalized on an open door at wide receiver during fall camp and emerged as a starter...Played in seven games, with three starts, but caught only three passes for 9 yards...Made his first career start in season-opening win at New Mexico (Sept. 3)... In Denver loss vs. Colorado (Sept. 17), made a lead block on a 34-yard Crockett Gillmore reception that set up the game's first touchdown...Did not play in losses at UNLV (Oct. 29) and vs. San Diego State (Nov. 12).
2010 (Sophomore): Enjoyed a solid fall camp and played in all 12 games...Caught his career's first 16 passes for 173 yards (10.8 avg.)...In season opener vs. Colorado (Sept. 4) at Invesco Field, made his first career receptions, a 2-yarder and a 16-yard grab late in the first quarter, both from Pete Thomas...At Miami-Ohio (Sept. 18), converted a third-and-10 in the second quarter with a 12-yard grab...In the rain at No. 9 Utah (Oct. 23), made a sliding, 19-yard catch on a slant pattern to convert an early third down...In 38-14 win vs. New Mexico (Oct. 30), caught consecutive passes to move the Rams from the shadow of their goal line on a two-minute drill late in the first half, launching CSU on an 83-yard field goal drive; later in Lobos contest, hauled in what officials ruled a complete 40-yard reception with a UNM defender draped all over him, but replay review ruled the pass incomplete...Hauled in a 14-yard pass at SDSU (Nov. 6), in the first quarter, then sparked a second-quarter FG drive with a 16-yard grab...At Wyoming (Nov. 20), drew a pass-interference penalty to sustain a second-quarter drive, the caught a key third-down pass late in the first half as the Rams fought for points.
2009 (Freshman): Played in three games; did not catch a pass...Made his 2009 debut in 23-17 win at Colorado (Sept. 6), on the Rams' hands-team unit, which recovered CU's onside kick attempt late in the contest...Saw brief action in loss at New Mexico (Nov. 21).
2008 (Freshman): Played in the season's first two contests as a true freshman, lining up in both at WR...Did not catch a pass before a knee injury ended his initial college campaign...Made his college debut in season opener, vs. Colorado (Aug. 31), entering in the second quarter as a reserve WR...Also played vs. Sacramento State (Sept. 6)...Granted a medical hardship waiver by the Mountain West Conference.
High School: Drew attention at American High School in Miami, Fla., from the Miami Herald, which ranked him No. 25 on its list of top Dade County prospects...A first-team all-county, and Class 6A honorable mention all-state wide receiver...An offensive MVP and team captain, caught a school-record 10 TDs in 2007, along with 27 catches for 470 yards...As a senior, caught four passes for 96 yards against conference rival Miami Northwestern -- USA Today's No. 1 team in its final rankings...Also led the Patriots in kickoff returns, returning two for TDs as a junior...Played in the North-South Florida All-State Game, and the Dade-Broward All-Star Game...Head coach was Ben Arstead...Owned a 3.3 GPA, with several advanced-placement courses...Additionally lettered in track and basketball...Also received interest from Western Michigan, Baylor, Minnesota, Rutgers, Mississippi, Iowa State, Louisville, Boston College, Wisconsin and South Florida.
Personal: Given name Marquise L. Law...First name is pronounced mar-KEECE...Born Nov. 8, 1989, in Miami, Fla. ...Parents are Henry Scott and Renee Davis...Has a younger sister...Made separate appearances at the Fort Collins Boys & Girls Club before and after 2011 spring practices...Participated in the Lakeview Commons Assisted Living social hour, meeting with the elderly residents and their families in February before the '10 season...For a month during the summer of 2010, interacted with low-income Linton Elementary students at a local clubhouse, in conjunction with the Larimer County Food Bank, Fort Collins Recreation and Vineyard church...A liberal arts major...Hometown: Miami, Fla.