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Bradley Marquez
Bradley Marquez

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Odessa, Texas

High School:
Odessa

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 203

Position:
Wide Receiver

Experience:
3L

Major:
Exercise and Sports Science


04/12/2014

Webb Shines In Annual Spring Game

Offense gets revenge from last season with a 37-30 win over the defense

12/31/2013

Holiday Bowl Champs!

Webb's 4 TD passes tie Holiday Bowl record.

11/21/2013

Nine Red Raiders Earn Academic All-Big 12 Honors

Texas Tech places five on the first team

11/02/2013

Post-Game Notes

No. 12 Oklahoma State at No. 15 Texas Tech

10/19/2013

Texas Tech - WVU Postgame Notes

Red Raiders Start 7-0 For Fourth Time in History

08/04/2014

2014 Training Camp - Practice No. 1

Photos from the first day of the 2014 training camp

07/21/2014

Big 12 Media Days

Texas Tech at Big 12 Media Days

12/30/2013

Texas Tech vs. Arizona State

Texas Tech vs. Arizona State

10/19/2013

No. 16 Texas Tech vs. West Virginia - UTSI

No. 16 Texas Tech vs. West Virginia - UTSI

10/06/2012

No. 17 Oklahoma vs. Texas Tech

No. 17 Oklahoma vs. Texas Tech - AP Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery

CAREER HIGHS
Receptions: 8, at West Virginia (2013)
Yards: 112, at West Virginia (2013)
Touchdowns: 1 7x, vs. Arizona State (2013)*
Longest Reception: 60, vs. Stephen F. Austin (2013)
Kickoff Returns: 4, vs. Baylor (2011)
Kickoff Return Yards: 76, vs. Baylor (2011)
All-Purpose Yards: 112, at West Virginia (2013)
* Indicates most recent high

2013
All-Big 12 (Honorable Mention)... Academic All-Big 12 (1st Team)... played in all 13 games (13 starts) with 49 receptions, 633 receiving yards, six touchdowns while averaging 12.9 yards/catch and 48.7 yards/game... made two kick returns for 42 yards (21.1 avg.)... BIG 12 RANKINGS: led the league in receiving yards/catch in a single-game (47.0 vs. Stephen F. Austin - 2 REC, 94 YDS)... one of 26 players to have a 100-yard receiving game... made at least one reception in 29-of-31 career games played... made three catches for 67 yards (long 43) and caught a touchdown pass (18 yards from Davis Webb) helping the Red Raiders to a 37-23 upset over No. 14 Arizona State (12/30) in the National University Holiday Bowl at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego... had three receptions for 23 yards at Texas (11/28)... made one catch for 28 yards against No. 4 Baylor (11/16) at AT&T Stadium in Arlington... recorded five catches for 38 yards (long 11) against Kansas State (11/9)... made four receptions for 23 yards at No. 12 Oklahoma (10/26)... set career highs in both receptions (8) and receiving yards (112) at West Virginia (10/19)... marked first career 100-yard receiving game... notched six catches for 50 yards with a touchdown against Iowa State (10/12)... made a pair of catches for 23 yards at Kansas (10/5)... needed only four games to surpass last season's receptions total... made six catches for 84 yards with a touchdown (long 39) against Texas State (9/21)... became the first Red Raider since 2011 (Eric Ward - 5 games) to record a touchdown reception during the first four games of the season... made three catches for 35 yards with a touchdown catch against No. 24 TCU (9/12)... caught two passes for 94 yards with one touchdown in home opener against Stephen F. Austin (9/7)... 60-yard reception and 94-yards receiving marked career-best... 60-yard reception marked the longest by a Red Raider since Jace Amaro's 61-yard reception against No. 4 West Virginia in 2012... made season debut catching six passes for 56 yards with one touchdown in season opener at SMU (8/30)... in three career season openers: 14 REC, 158 Yards, 2 TD.

2012
Academic All-Big 12 (1st Team)... played in six games (1 start) with 16 receptions for 172 receiving yards with 10.8 yards/catch and 28.7 receiving yards/game... made at least one reception in every game... returned one kick for 22 yards... suffered a season-ending injury in the West Virginia game... had one catch for seven yards against No. 4 West Virginia (10/13)... made one catch for seven yards against No. 14 Oklahoma (10/6)... caught two passes for 23 yards and also attempted and completed first career pass (to QB Seth Doege) at Iowa State (9/29)... made two catches for 24 yards (long 19) against New Mexico (9/15)... notched three catches for 19 yards and returned one kickoff for 22 yards at Texas State (9/8)... led the team making seven catches for 92 yards (long 23) in season opener against Northwestern State (9/1)... finished second on the team with 92 all-purpose yards in the season opener.

2011
Played in 12 games (4 starts) with 25 receptions for 240 yards with one receiving touchdown... averaged 9.6 yards per catch and 20 yards receiving per game... second on the team with 168 kick return yards on nine returns (18.7 avg.)... caught at least one pass in 11 of 12 games played... finished the season making at least one reception in six consecutive Big 12 games... made two catches for 10 yards and returned four kickoffs for 76 yards against No. 18 Baylor at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (11/26)... caught four passes for 47 yards and also rushed twice and tallied a rushing touchdown at Missouri (11/19)... made four catches for 23 yards against No. 2 Oklahoma State (11/12)... caught three passes for 24 yards at No. 25 Texas (11/5)... made two receptions for 14 yards against Iowa State (10/29)... caught one pass and made one rushing attempt out of the Wildcat formation at No. 1 Oklahoma (10/22)... returned three kickoffs for 58 yards (19.3 avg.) against No. 17 Kansas State (10/15)... caught a 37-yard pass against No. 24 Texas A&M (10/8)... made four catches for 55 yards at Kansas (10/1)... caught one pass for six yards against Nevada (9/24)... recorded two receptions for 15 yards at New Mexico (9/17)... had a memorable career debut making a diving, 10-yard touchdown catch from quarterback Seth Doege with less than a minute remaining in the first quarter of the season opener against Texas State (9/3)... became the first Texas Tech true freshman wide receiver to score a touchdown in season opener in over 17 years.

HIGH SCHOOL
Odessa High School in Odessa, Texas... four-star prospect by Scout ... three-star by Rivals ... one of the premier running backs in the state with a No. 29 national ranking according to Rivals ... Dave Campbell's Top 300 Players ...PrepStar All-American ... turned heads all across the state during senior year with eye catching stats such as 2,210 rushing yards and 29 touchdowns ... averaged 9.6 yards per-carry over a total of 231 attempts ... rushed for 1,743 as a sophomore ... became school's all-time leading rusher, passing Bryon Townsend with 3,250 career rushing yards ... led team to Bi-District titles in 2008 and 2009... District 2-5A champions in 2009... two-time All-State selection in football and a state qualifier in track and field in 2011 (long jump) and a regional qualifier in track in 2009 and 2011... a two-sport athlete who has generated a lot of attention for his baseball talents ... selected by the New York Mets in the 2011 Major League Baseball First-Year Players Draft in the 16th round (Outfielder) with the No. 492 overall selection... High School Coach: Ron King.

PERSONAL
Bradley Jerrill Marquez... born December 14, 1992, in Odessa, Texas... son of Veronica Marquez... enjoys playing video games, sports and hanging out with family and friends... an exercise and sports science major at Texas Tech.

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