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Shaun Adair

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Morristown, N.J.

High School:
Morristown

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 190

Position:
WR

Major:
Psychology

Shaun Adair

09/13/2008

Lafayette vs. Georgetown Photo Gallery

Photos By Rick Smith

04/26/2008

2008 Spring Football Game

Photos by Caroline Morris, Lafayette Athletic Communications

04/18/2008

Spring Football Practice

Photos by Caroline Morris, Lafayette Athletics Communications

01/25/2008

Lafayette vs. Marist

Photos by Rick Smith

01/25/2008

Lafayette vs. Penn

Photos by Scott Morse, Lafayette Athletic Communications

2007: Ranks 10th in school history in career receiving yards (1,431) and sits just outside the top 10 in career receptions (96) as a second-year starter at wide receiver...selected to the All-Patriot League Second Team...named Special Teams co-MVP and Receiver MVP...caught 41 passes for 538 yards and four scores...made a career-high 10 catches for 102 yards at Georgetown to help give the Leopards a 28-7 win...pulled in 11 and seven-yard catches for a career-high two touchdowns against Colgate...caught a 49-yard pass for a touchdown in the second quarter against Bucknell to give Lafayette a 14-7 lead...returned a punt 78 yards for a touchdown in the team's first game vs. Marist; finished the day with three punt returns for 111 yards and was named the Patriot League Special Teams Player of the Week (9/3)...acted as the Leopards' main return man, averaging 18.4 yards per kick return and 14 yards per punt return...returned 18 kicks for 332 yards in eight games...named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

2006: Started nine of 12 games at wide receiver and emerged as one of the top return men in the Patriot League...named Special Teams co-MVP...averaged 15.2 yards per catch and scored four touchdowns...caught five passes for 98 yards vs. Lehigh...performance included a 47-yard touchdown that gave Lafayette a 14-7 lead...made career-high six catches, including a 26-yard touchdown, for 74 yards in NCAA Playoff game at Massachusetts...recovered a fumble on the ensuing kickoff following the touchdown catch...also returned four kickoffs for 83 yards against the Minutemen...set career-high with 112 yards on four catches at Bucknell, including plays of 38 and 48 yards...scored touchdowns of 21 yards at Sacred Heart and 16 yards at Princeton...caught a pass in every game...Patriot League Special Teams Player of the Week with a 90-yard kick return for a touchdown vs. Georgetown... had a 23-yard punt return in that game...52-yard punt return at Colgate set the offense up at the eight-yard line...had 33-yard punt return at Princeton...brought back three kickoffs for 76 yards in the season opener at Sacred Heart.

2005: Provided a big-play threat for the Lafayette offense as a freshman...averaged 17.8 yards on 22 receptions...had seven plays of 20 yards or more...made career-high five catches for 57 yards at Lehigh...pulled in a 22-yard reception on third-and-10 to keep Lafayette's game-winning drive alive...caught four passes for 49 yards in I-AA Playoff game at Appalachian State...had catches of 25 yards vs. Richmond and 46 yards against Princeton before breaking out vs. Fordham...caught two passes for 83 yards, including a 65-yard touchdown, against the Rams to earn Patriot League Rookie of the Week honors...caught touchdown passes of 25 yards against Harvard and 36 yards at Holy Cross...saw action at kick returner over the final four games, bringing back six kicks for an average of 23.8 yards...returned three kicks for 76 yards at Appalachian State, including a 36-yard runback.

AT MORRISTOWN: Three-year letterman...co-captain...named to All-Iron Hills Conference, All-Area and All-Morris County First Team...All-New Jersey Second-Team selection...versatile athlete who lined up as quarterback, running back, receiver, defensive back and kick returner...also handled punting and kicking duties...five-time letterman on the track team...won Morris County championships in the long jump, triple jump and 110m hurdles, and anchored the 4x400m relay team...National Football Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete Award winner...four-year honor roll student...nominated for Future Leaders in Medicine forum...Boys State nominee.

PERSONAL: Majoring in Psychology...two-year letterwinner on the track & field team, where he placed second in the long jump (23' 6¾") at the 2006 Patriot League Outdoor Track & Field Championships...has the fourth-longest jump in school history (23' 8¼")...qualified for indoor and outdoor IC4A Regional meets...son of James and Hollie Adair...born 12/2/85.

RECEIVING
Year	G/GS	Rec.	Yds.	TD	Lg.	Yds./Rec.    Yds./Game
2005	12/0	22	392	3	65	17.8	     32.7
2006	12/9	33	501	4	48	15.2	     41.8
2007	11/9	41	538	4	49	13.1	     48.9
Totals	35/18	96	1431	11	65	14.9	     40.9

KICK RETURNS Year G Ret. Yds. TD Lg. Yds./Ret. 2005 12 6 143 0 36 23.8 2006 12 13 332 1 90 25.5 2007 11 18 332 0 56 18.4 Totals 35 37 807 1 90 21.8

PUNT RETURNS Year G Ret. Yds. TD Lg. Yds./Ret. 2006 12 16 213 0 52 13.3 2007 11 19 266 1 78 14.0 Totals 23 35 479 1 78 13.7

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