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Mason Myers
Mason  Myers

Moore, Okla.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 300



68 CSU student-athletes set to receive diplomas

List includes all 16 sports, 6 colleges


Two Rams earn NFF Hampshire Honor Society nods

Myers, Roberts earn academic honor


38 Rams earn Fall 2014 Academic All-Mountain West honors

Student-athletes span all 5 fall sports


78 CSU student-athletes set to receive diplomas

List includes 16 sports, 7 colleges


Record-number 47 Rams earn Fall 2013 Academic All-Mountain West honors

3 individuals hold 4.0 cumulative grade-point average


Football vs. New Mexico

NCAA Football: New Mexico at Colorado State (USATSI)


CSU football vs. Utah State - Oct. 18, 2014 (Dan Byers)

CSU football vs. Utah State - Oct. 18, 2014 (Dan Byers)


CSU football vs. Tulsa - Oct. 4, 2014 (Tom Waido)

CSU football vs. Tulsa - Oct. 4, 2014 (Tom Waido)


CSU football vs. Utah State - 9-22-12

CSU football vs. Utah State - 9-22-12


2011 Football vs. Boise State

2011 Football vs. Boise State

Career Division I games played/started: 42/13 (13/13 in 2014... 6/0 in 2013... 11/0 in 2012... 12/0 in 2011).

2014 (Senior): Started all 13 games at left guard, helping the Rams to their best record (10-3) since 2000... helped block for a 4,000-yard passer (Grayson - 4,006) and 1,200-yard rusher (Hart - 1,275)... the Rams topped the 500-yard mark five times, including twice surpassing the 670-yard mark...the CSU offense broke several single-season school records: offensive yards (6,252), total yards/game (480.92), passing yards (4,181), passing yards/attempt (9.35) and passing touchdowns (34)... earned third consecutive Academic All-Mountain West honor in 2014... named as member of the 2015 National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society, which recognizes players from all divisions of play who each maintained a cumulative 3.2 grade-point average or better throughout their college career, while being significant contributors to their team.

  • Selected as game captain at Boise State (Sept. 6) and vs. Utah State (Oct. 18)
  • Made first career start in season-opening win over Colorado (Aug. 29), paving the way for 266 rushing yards, the most by CSU in the Rocky Mountain Showdown
  • Was instrumental in helping the Rams rack up a CSU single-game record 698 yards of total offense vs. New Mexico (Nov. 22) and 676 yards of total offense against UC Davis (Sept. 13), the third-most in CSU history
  • The Rams did not allow a sack against Hawai'i (Nov. 8)
  • CSU offenseconverted 51.2-percent of third-down attempts, the fifth-best among FBS teams and well ahead of previous school record of 46.3 (1985)
  • Rams averaged 497.8 yards of total offense per game, whichshatered single-season school record (470.8 in 2013)

2013 (Junior): A reserve offensive lineman who played guard in six games...saw time in the first half vs. Boise State (Nov. 2).

2012 (Sophomore): A reserve on the offensive line who saw significant time as the fullback on the Rams punt-protection team...played in 11 games.

2011 (Freshman): A reserve offensive lineman capable of playing either center or guard, played in all 12 games, primarily on special teams...Served as a fullback on CSU's punt-protection unit...Made his college debut in season-opener at New Mexico (Sept. 3)...Saw late-game snaps at guard in windy, 18-15 loss vs. San Diego State (Nov. 12) ...Earned academic all-conference honors following the season.

2010: Redshirted as a true freshman in his first season of college eligibility.

High School: Ranked as the No. 30 prospect in Oklahoma by Rivals.com, was a three-year captain and four-year football letterman, playing just one season at newly established Southmoore High School in Oklahoma City, suburb of Moore...Played his freshman, sophomore and junior campaigns at Westmoore High School in Oklahoma City...Played on four consecutive city championship teams (2006-09)...Started on both sides of the line, including every game as a senior center at SHS...As a junior in 2008, started at center, offensive tackle and defensive tackle on the WHS lines, after playing primarily as a defensive end the year prior, starting 10 of Westmoore's 12 games as a sophomore...A first-team all-state selection as a senior (Daily Oklahoman/Jim Thorpe Association), helped guide the Sabercats (11-1) in only their second season of play to city, district and regional championships, and the semifinals of the Oklahoma 6A playoffs...All told in the SHS senior class, 17 players received scholarship offers, including at least four FBS signees (he was the only member of the quartet not to sign with Oklahoma)...Also garnered first-team all-district and first-team all-Big City (Oklahoman) as a senior center, compiling 72 knockdown blocks while grading out at 85 percent or better in every game...As a junior at WHS, had 25 tackles as DT and 40 knockdowns as a center and offensive tackle, helping the Jaguars to an Oklahoma City title...Missed only two starts as a sophomore defensive end in 2007, compiling 38 tackles in helping WHS to a 9-3 record, a city crown and the second round of the playoffs...As a freshman, lettered as a reserve defensive lineman for a district championship team in 2006...A Masonic award winner in 2007, held a 4.2 GPA and graduated with honors...Fastest time in the 40-yard dash was 5.2 seconds...Also played baseball, as a first baseman...Head football coaches were Chris Jensen and Mike Whaley...Also recruited by Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas Tech, Duke, Iowa State, Kansas and North Texas.

Personal: Given name Mason Montgomery Myers...Nicknamed Moose...Born April 30, 1991, in Oklahoma City, Okla. ...Son of Mike and Inge Myers...Has a younger sister...In February before 2011 spring practice, spent a day at the Open Door Mission in Fort Collins, serving meals to the homeless...Before the 2011 season, spent a day with developmentally disabled kids at Respite Care of Fort Collins...Helped pull out neighbors and friends from rubble minutes after a mile-wide tornado tore through his hometown of Moore, Okla., on May 20, 2013...Majoring in business administration...Hometown: Moore, Okla.

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