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Elvis Akpla

| | College: Montana State
 
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High School

Won state titles as a senior (long jump, 23-1 1/4 (w:-3.3); triple jump, 47-8w, w:2.7), and also competed as a junior (long jump, 16th). Led state rankings as senior in long jump (23-11) and triple jump (47-8), and just marks (24-1 1 / 48-10 1/2) that would have ranked him top 15 nationally. Also a Portland Interscholastic League long jump and triple jump champion. In other sports, also lettered three basketball seasons at shooting guard and two football seasons at wide receiver. On gridiron, the first team all-league and third team and all-state pick caught a 69-yard touchdown to help team advance to state championship game vs. Lake Oswego. International bachelor's certificate recipient. High School (Coach): Lincoln '07 (Forrest Sherman).

Personal

Human Physiology major. Fluent in French and Spanish.

 
 
Latest News
10/01/2011 - DeNarius McGhee threw two long touchdown passes to Elvis Akpla, including a school-record 95-yarder, to lead Montana State to 31-21 win over Sacramento State on Saturday. The win was the fourth straight for the Bobcats (4-1, 2-0 Big Sky) after a season-opening loss at Utah. Trailing 7-3 in the second quarter, McGhee scrambled from his end zone and hit Akpla in stride at midfield. Akpla, who finished with six catches for 174 yards, ran untouched the rest of the way to set a Bobcat record for longest pass play. John Hendershott took the ensuing kickoff 91 yards to put the Hornets (2-3, 1-2) back on top, but five plays later McGhee found Akpla from 41 yards out to put MSU ahead to stay, 17-14. The Bobcats also got two touchdowns and 134 yards rushing from Cody Kirk. Sacramento State's other scores came on a 15-yard run by Bryan Hilliard and a 16-yard pass from Jeff Fleming to Brandyn Reed. - AP Sports

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