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Marcus Everett

Height: 6-0 | Weight: 191 | College: UCLA
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2008 Season

Appeared in seven games with four starts … Went to the sidelines in the first quarter of the opening game against the Vols with a dislocated right big toe … Caught one pass (17 yards) versus Tennessee … Sat out the BYU, Arizona, Fresno State, Washington State and Oregon games due to the injury … Returned and saw limited action against Stanford … Made two catches (29) at Cal … Caught two passes against Oregon State (17) … Started at Washington, but did not make a reception … Set a career-high with eight receptions at Arizona State for a team-high 75 yards … Made two catches for 13 yards against USC.

2007 Season

Played in just one of the final 10 games of the season due to an ankle injury he suffered at Utah (game three) and complications from the injury … He did not make a reception in the opener at Stanford … Against BYU, he led the Bruins with five catches for 66 yards, including one for 37 yards, and produced three first downs … Before injuring his ankle, Everett made five receptions for 68 yards and two first downs against the Utes … He also had a catch-and-run for 50 yards but lost the ball stretching for the end zone in the third quarter … On the year, he had 10 receptions and 134 receiving yards … He applied for a medical hardship waiver … Everett has 82 career receptions and ranks No. 23 on that list … He became the 25th Bruin to record 1,000 or more career receiving yards (1,084 - 23rd on that list) … Has made a reception in 20 of his last 22 games (he had a string of 18 straight broken at Stanford) and 24 of the last 27.

2006 Season

Saw action in all 13 games, starting eight of the final nine contests … Tied for the team lead with five touchdowns and led the squad with five receiving touchdowns … He also led the team with 450 receiving yards and ranked second with 31 receptions … His 14.5 average was second on the team among players with more than two receptions … He also led the team with 21 receptions that resulted in first downs … Everett finished the year with 72 career receptions and ranks No. 23 on that list entering his senior season … He made two receptions for 25 yards and one touchdown in the opener versus Utah, a leaping grab for a nine-yard score with 7:41 remaining in the game … He also produced a first down on UCLA's opening touchdown drive … He added two receptions for 16 yards versus Rice and one catch for six yards at Washington … Against Stanford, he made three catches for 30 yards and one first down … Against Arizona, he started and made one catch, a seven-yard reception in the end zone to give the Bruins a 7-0 lead … At Oregon, he made two catches for 21 yards and one first down … At Notre Dame, he made a career-high tying six receptions for a career-best 102 yards, including a career-long 54-yard catch-and-run for a touchdown … He was the first Bruin receiver to account for 100 yards in a game this season … Against Washington State, he made one reception for 24 yards and a first down on UCLA's first scoring drive … At California, he made one reception for 15 yards and one first down on a second-and-13 situation … He scored both Bruin touchdowns in the win over Oregon State and made a team-best (tied) three receptions for a team-high 64 yards … The first, following a fourth-down stand by the Bruin defense in the third quarter, was a 45-yard touchdown on which he streaked down the left sideline and Patrick Cowan found him in stride … In the fourth quarter, he worked himself free in the back of the end zone for an 11-yard score … His third reception, for eight yards, set up Justin Medlock's 42-yard field goal at the end of the first half … At Arizona State, he made two catches for 21 yards, including a 15-yard reception for a fourth-quarter first down … In the win over USC, he led the team with five receptions for 72 yards, making three key third down receptions … On the field goal drive that gave UCLA a 10-9 lead, he twice made receptions on third-and-eight for 13 and seven yards, the later reception at the five to set up the 22-yard field goal … On the fourth-quarter field goal drive, he made a 21-yard reception on third-and-15 to keep the drive alive … In the Emerald Bowl, he made two receptions for 47 yards, including one for 38 yards on UCLA's first-quarter field goal drive … He also produced two first downs.

2005 Season

Everett suffered a sprained shoulder in pre-season practice on August 22 and did not suit up for the first two games against San Diego State and Rice … On the year, he ranked third on the squad with 32 receptions for 390 yards (12.2 average) and two touchdowns in 10 games (six starts) … In the fourth quarter of the comeback wins over Washington, California, Washington State and Stanford, he made a total of 10 catches for 158 yards and one TD … Played for the first time against Oklahoma (game three) and came off the bench to lead the Bruins with six receptions, good for 66 yards and three first downs -- all in the first half … Started against Washington and made two receptions for 41 yards … On UCLA's final drive, he took a flat pass, made a couple of moves and raced 39 yards to the Bruin 20-yard line which set up the winning touchdown three plays later … Versus California, he led the team with a career-high tying six receptions for a career-high 95 yards … Three of them produced first downs and two measured 38 and 26 yards … On the winning drive, he made an acrobatic 38-yard reception and then made a nine-yard catch on the next play to set up the go-ahead touchdown … At Washington State, he made five receptions for 39 yards, one touchdown (first of his career) and three first downs … His nine-yard touchdown catch in the back of the end zone with 44 seconds remaining in regulation completed UCLA's 17-point fourth-quarter comeback … Against Oregon State, he sprained his left knee early and played sparingly the rest of the way, not making a reception … At Stanford, he tied for the team lead with six catches for 61 yards and four first downs … Three of his receptions came in the fourth quarter, including a 15-yard catch on the first touchdown drive and a 19-yard catch-and-run to set up the second fourth-quarter touchdown … Had one reception for two yards at Arizona … Against Arizona State, he had one catch for 44 yards … Against USC, he made three receptions for 28 yards … In the Sun Bowl versus Northwestern, he made two receptions for 14 yards, including an eight-yard scoring catch that gave UCLA a 29-22 lead just before halftime.

2004 Season

Appeared in each of the final 11 games of the year, starting four times … He played 28 snaps at Cal and 23 versus San Diego State … On the year, he made nine receptions for 110 yards … Made the first start of his career against San Diego State and responded with two receptions for 49 yards … His 33-yard reception was a key play on UCLA's field goal drive at the end of the half … Against Arizona, he started and made four receptions for 45 yards, including one for 21 during UCLA's final first half touchdown drive and one for 20 on the final touchdown drive of the game … At Arizona State, he started in a three wide receiver set and made two catches for 13 yards … Made one reception for three yards versus Stanford … Started versus Wyoming in the Las Vegas Bowl.

High School

Earned four varsity letters in football as a wide receiver and defensive back for coach Ben McEnroe at Chaminade College Prep in West Hills, CA … PrepStar All-American as a DB … Listed as a four-star prospect as a CB by Max Emfinger … Rated No. 47 prospect in California by SuperPrep … A three-star prospect by rivals.com and TheInsiders.com … Rated No. 41 nationally among CBs and as the No. 66 player in California by rivals.com … Ranked No. 47 among WRs by TheInsiders.com … Made a school single season record 70 catches for 1,368 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior … On defense, he made 83 tackles, six interceptions and two sacks … Member of the Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 … Second-team All-State (Cal-Hi Sports.com) … Second-team All-CIF Southern Section … First-team All-CIF SS Division III … Los Angeles Times All-San Fernando Valley as a receiver … Named to the Los Angeles Daily News All-Area team … Team MVP … In the East-West Valley All-Star Game, he scored on an 80-yard touchdown reception with less than two minutes remaining to give the West a 37-30 win … He finished with five receptions for 196 yards and two touchdowns (81 and 80 yards) … As a junior, he made 50 receptions for 800 yards and eight touchdowns … Also credited with 80 tackles and four interceptions … Four-time first-team All-Mission league selection … Totaled 3,780 receiving yards for his career with 39 touchdowns … Selected to play in the CaliFlorida All-Star game … Named to Cal-Hi Sports' All-State sophomore team … Also lettered in basketball for coach Bryan Cantwell and in track for coach Matt Kurtsetter … Four-time All-Mission league selection in basketball (point guard) … Earned All-CIF Div. III first-team honors from 2001-04 … Listed as the No. 8 point guard in the West by TheInsiders.com … Ran the 100m, 200m and the 4 x 100m relay in track.


Full Name: Marcus John Everett … Born: December 22, 1985 in Los Angeles … Parents: Carl and Dorinda Everett … Has one sister, Miracle … Lists his biggest thrill in sports as starting at defensive back as a freshman in his first high school game … Lists NFL stars Jerry Rice and Cris Carter as players he admires and after whom he patterns his style of play … Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2004 … Interested in a possible career in Medicine … Political Science major.


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