2015 NFL DRAFT

Venric Mark, RB

School: West Texas A&M  |  Conference: LSC
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Tomball, TX
Height/Weight: 5-7 / 172 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
69052-
Game Log
 RushingReceiving
GamedateOppResultAttYdsAvgTDRecYdsAvgTD
08/31@CALW 44-3011292.60155.00
10/05OHIOSTL 30-4017603.5044310.80
10/12@WISCL 6-35382.7000-0
Rushing
SeasonTEAMGATTYDSTDS
2010-11Northwestern138630
2011-12Northwestern13151041
2012-13Northwestern13226136612
2013-14Northwestern331970
TOTAL 42280163013
Receiving
SeasonTEAMGRECPTYDSTDS
2010-11Northwestern135430
2011-12Northwestern13140
2012-13Northwestern13201041
2013-14Northwestern35480
TOTAL 42311991
Return
SeasonTEAMGPNTRETPNTYDSPNTTDSPNTLNGKRRETKRYDSKRTDSKRLNG
2010-11Northwestern13911605821550194
2011-12Northwestern13812704740915063
2012-13Northwestern131528028221416040
2013-14Northwestern30000138038
TOTAL 4232523282831919194
Fumbles
SeasonTEAMGFUMBFUMBLOST
2010-11Northwestern1332
2011-12Northwestern1311
2012-13Northwestern1341
2013-14Northwestern311
TOTAL 4295
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08/23/2014 - RB Mark transfers to West Texas A&M ... Former Northwestern running back Venric Mark is transferring to West Texas A&M. Mark told ESPN that he chose West Texas A&M over several other schools because "this is an hour and half from my mom. It's the best fit." Mark said he was also interested in Baylor, Houston, Texas State, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech and Kansas. He said only some of the schools were willing to apply for an NCAA waiver to be eligible to play this season.

Mark announced last week he was leaving Northwestern. He was going to be suspended for part of this season for violating rules. He cited health issues involving his mother and grandmother as reasons why he left Northwestern to be closer to home. "I will get my Northwestern degree," Mark said. "There is no bad blood with Northwestern at all. Me and Coach Fitz (Pat Fitzgerald) still talk. We are still family." Mark missed much of last season with leg injuries but was granted an additional year of eligibility from the NCAA. He ran for 1,366 yards with 12 touchdowns and returned to punts for touchdowns in 2012. Mark, who hopes to play in the NFL next season, already started practicing at West Texas A&M. - The Sports Xchange

 

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