Ladarius Green, TE

School: La.-Lafayette  |  Conference: BELT
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Pensacola, FL
Height/Weight: 6-6 / 238 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
9333
Selected 4th Rnd
San Diego Chargers
110th Pick Overall
2011 Season
Green, a native of Pensacola, Fla., was a first-team All-Sun Belt honoree for the second straight year this season. He reeled in 51 catches for 606 yards and eight touchdowns in 2011, including a single-game school record 13 receptions against North Texas. Green led the team in touchdowns and was third in receptions and yards. Green finished the season on a high-note, totaling 121 receiving yards and a touchdown in the Cajuns bowl victory over San Diego State. In 43 career games, he caught 149 passes for 2,201 yards and 22 touchdowns.
2010 Season
Was named an All-American by CBSSports.com and Phil Steele...Was one of eight semifinalists for the John Mackey Award and a six-time John Mackey TE of the Week Runner-Up...Led all tight ends nationally in receiving yardage (794), receiving yards-per-game (79.4), receiving yards-per-catch (18.0), games with 80 yards or more receiving (7) and receiving touchdowns (7)...Made a catch of 20 yards or longer in all but one game he played, despite being double-teamed on over 90% of his routes...The Cajuns endured three different starting quarterbacks during the season, but Green caught at least one touchdown pass from each...Led all players in the Sun Belt Conference with four 100-yard receiving games and in yards-per-reception (18.0), while ranking second in the SBC among all players - wide receivers included - in receiving yards-per-game and receiving touchdowns...Caught a touchdown pass in seven of 10 games played...Had a season-high seven receptions vs. ASU...Posted 100-yard receiving games in four of the final five contests...Continued late-season dominance with 18 receptions for 334 yards and three touchdowns over the final three games, including a season-high 120 yards in the finale vs. ULM.
2009 Season
2009 Honors: Mackey Award Watch List/Second Team All-Sun Belt 2009 Stats: Receiving 32-533 (16.7ypc) 2TD Was a mid-season addition to the Mackey watch list - one of three underclassmen on the 22-man midseason list...The six-foot-six tight end led the Cajuns in receiving yards, despite missing three games due to injury...Ranked third in the Sun Belt in receiving yards per game and tallied the longest reception in the conference (91 yards) - it was the third longest reception in school history and fourth longest in SBC history...Green made 18 receptions in five conference games, boasting 19.3 yards per catch and 69.4 yards per game, ranking third in yards-per-game and third in yards-per-catch among all receivers in the SBC.
2008 Season
Played in all 12 games as a reserve tight end...Ranked third in receptions and second in receiving yards and receiving touchdowns...Led the team in receiving yards vs. Kent State (72) and at FAU (39)...Led the team in receptions (3) vs. UTEP...Made just nine receptions at Cajun Field, but caught a touchdown pass in four of the Cajuns five home games (all but ASU game)...Also hauled in a TD at FAU.
High School
Booker T. Washington: Caught 30 passes for 520 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior... Was a second team All-Area selection...Three-year starter...Played in the 2007 Pensacola All-Star Classic.
Personal
Born May 29, 1990...Son of Shannon Robinson.
 
 
Latest News
04/30/2012 - A closer look at the Chargers' picks: Round 4/110 - Ladarius Green, TE, 6-6, 238, Louisiana-Lafayette...Antonio Gates has some tire wear remaining, but he's not getting younger and has been slowed by injuries. In Green, the Chargers might have Gates' eventual replacement. - The Sports Xchange

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