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WSU Football BIO
Gabe Marks
Player Profile:
Gabe Marks 1265175
Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 188
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Venice, Calif.
High School: Venice
Experience: 3 Letters


RS-JUNIOR (2015): Started all 13 games…named to 2015 All-Pac-12 First Team…Biletnikoff Award semifinalist…had 104 receptions for 1,192 yards and 15 touchdowns…his receptions and receiving TDs were second and first, respectively, all-time for a season at WSU…his 104 receptions tied for seventh all-time in Pac-12 single-season history while his 15 TD’s are tied for sixth all-time in Pac-12 history…led the Pac-12 in receptions per game at 8.0, fifth nationally and tops among Power 5 schools…of his 104 receptions, 58 percent resulted in first downs…led the Pac-12 in TD receptions and fourth nationally…had four games on season of 10-plus catches and four games of 100-plus receiving yards…set WSU career receptions record (195) in win at UCLA, and concluded season with 227 career catches…set WSU single-game record with four TD receptions in win at Arizona, part of 8-catch, 97-yard day…had career-high 14 receptions and tied career-high with 146 yards in win at Rutgers, including late TD…had 10 catches for 141 yards at California…posted 12 receptions for 92 yards and two touchdowns in win at No. 18 UCLA…the last catch, a 21-yard TD reception, capped a last-minute, 75-yard drive that gave WSU the win with :03 seconds remaining…recorded 11 catches for 110 yards and a score in win over Colorado…had eight catches for 111 yards and two touchdowns in win at Oregon…concluded season with five catches for 67 yards and a touchdown in Sun Bowl victory over Miami.

JUNIOR (2014): Redshirt season.

SOPHOMORE (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 13 games, starting the first nine games of the season…named All-Sophomore Team Honorable Mention by College Football News...posted team-highs of 74 receptions, second-most in WSU single-season history, and 807 yards…caught seven touchdown passes, tied for most on the team…fourth on team with seven receptions for 20-plus yards including three for touchdowns…made nine catches for 81 yards at Auburn…had four receptions for 38 yards in win at No. 25 USC…caught seven passes for 83 yards and a one-yard touchdown in win over Southern Utah…recorded 11 receptions for a career-high 146 yards and two touchdowns (43, 1) in win over Idaho…caught six passes for 75 yards including a 57-yard touchdown against No. 5 Stanford in Seattle…had four catches for 55 yards in win at California…caught five passes for 34 yards against Oregon State…set a WSU single-game record with 13 receptions at No. 2 Oregon, tallied 143 yards and an eight-yard touchdown catch…caught four passes for 66 yards and a 34-yard touchdown against No. 25 Arizona State…had two catches in win over Utah…caught four passes for 46 yards at Washington….had five receptions for 37 yards and one-yard touchdown against Colorado State in the New Mexico Bowl.

FRESHMAN (2012): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games, starting seven…third on team with 49 receptions…second on team with 560 receiving yards…caught two touchdown passes…averaged 11.4 yards-per-catch…tallied two 100-yard games…named to Jewish Sports Review’s All-America Team...started at BYU, made three receptions for 16 yards…started, made three receptions for 77 yards in win over Eastern Washington…made six receptions for 126 yards and 52-yard touchdown in win at UNLV…made a season-high seven catches for 107 yards and 32-yard touchdown against Colorado…caught three passes for 38 yards against No. 2 Oregon in Seattle…caught four passes for 25 yards against California…matched a season-high with seven receptions for 52 yards at No. 19 Stanford…made six catches for 51 yards against No. 17 UCLA…had two receptions for 13 yards in Apple Cup victory over Washington.

Posted 53 tackles as a a JUNIOR was named MVP of Los Angeles Nike Football Training Camp...caught 35 passes and recorded 1,344 all-purpose yards...scored 13 touchdowns and made five interceptions...named league’s defensive player of the year as a SENIOR...had 65 receptions and 10 touchdowns.... named All-Area First Team on defense by the Los Angeles Times... All-LA Times Southland Team... All-Los Angeles City Section Defensive MVP... four interceptions...rated a four-star prospect by ESPNU, and the No. 87 overall prospect in The Rivals 250 by the No. 39 wide receiver prospect by the No. 5 wide receiver prospect in the West by ranks him the No. 15 overall prospect out of California...named the No. 44 overall prospect in the West Top 150 by the No. 13 wide receiver prospect by to Tacoma News Tribune’s Western 100...rated No. 16 athlete prospect by Superprep All-America...high school teammate with Cougar running back Teondray Caldwell.


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