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MARQUISE GOODWIN RUMORS

Bills draft speedy Texas WR Goodwin with 78th pick

The Buffalo Bills have drafted Texas receiver Marquise Goodwin with the 78th pick in the NFL draft, adding speed to what's becoming a new-look offense. Listed at 5-foot-8 and 179 pounds, Goodwin competed at the London Summer Games last year, where he finished 10th in the long jump. He was also a sprinter on the Longhorns track team. In football, he had 120 catches for 1,364...
Via AP on Fox
April 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Palo Duro receiver Montrel Meander commits to Texas

Palo Duro WR Montrel Meander gives the Longhorns a speed threat for the 2013 class. Welcome to the 40 Acres Montrel Meander. Meander, a 6’3″, 180 pound WR/S from Palo Duro High School in Amarillo became the fifteenth 2013 commitment after a last minute official visit to Austin. Meander had long been committed to Washington State, but flipped this weekend in favor of the good...
Via 40 Acres Sports
February 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Focus shifts back to Texas football for Goodwin

For athletes, the harshest part about the Olympic setup is likely the four-year break between games. That's a long time to stew between gold medal attempts, especially if the last one didn't turn out as planned. But in the case of Texas wide receiver Marquise Goodwin, there is no stewing period. There's no time to sit back and think of the London games, just completed...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
August 16, 2012  |  Discuss

Texas WR Goodwin makes Olympic team

Marquise Goodwin won the US track and field trials long jump with a personal-best of 27 feet, 4 inches on his final attempt, putting him on the Olympic team. Will Claye was second at 27-0, and George Kitchens Jr. was third at 26-11 1/4, just making the Olympic ''A'' standard needed to qualify for the London Games. Goodwin, a senior wide receiver at Texas, won his...
Via AP on Fox
June 25, 2012  |  Discuss

Texas WR Goodwin going to the Olympics

Marquise Goodwin won the U.S. track trials long jump with a personal-best of 27 feet, 4 inches on his final attempt, putting him on the Olympic team. Will Claye was second at 27-0 ,and George Kitchens Jr. was third at 26-11 1/4, just making the Olympic ''A'' standard needed to qualify for the London Games. Goodwin, a senior wide receiver at Texas, won his second...
Via AP on Fox
June 24, 2012  |  Discuss

US champion long jumper Goodwin focused on track

Texas junior Marquise Goodwin, the reigning U.S. champion in the long jump, insists he is hungry to get to the Olympics this summer and win a medal. Some might question just how hungry considering he abandoned plans to train for the London Games for a full year in order to keep playing wide receiver for the Longhorns football team. Goodwin says he was simply pursuing his love of...
Via AP on Fox
March 30, 2012  |  Discuss
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