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Marcel Quarterman

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Philadelphia, Pa

High School:
Central

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 185

Position:
DB

Major:
Economics and Business

Marcel Quarterman

10/28/2006

Lafayette 27, Colgate 10

Lafayette 27, Colgate 10

2006: Started each of the last six games after senior safeties Trey Martell and Bryan Kazimierowski went down with injuries...made first career start vs. Holy Cross and broke up two passes...had team-high nine tackles at Colgate, including one for a loss, and stopped Raiders' tailback Jordan Scott on fourth-and-one on the first drive...intercepted a pass in each of the last two games...pick against Georgetown came at the goal line in the last two minutes of the first half...interception and 30-yard return vs. Lehigh set up Lafayette's fourth touchdown of the first half and gave the Leopards a 28-7 lead...contributed on special teams and as the fifth defensive back in the first six contests.

2005: Played in two games as a sophomore.

2004: Honored as the Leopards' Rookie of the Year...played in all 12 games...made eight tackles, with six solo stops...also broke up a pass... intercepted a throw into the end zone on the final play of the first half in NCAA playoff game vs. Delaware.

AT CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterman...team captain as a senior...named First-Team All-Public and Second-Team All-City as a quarterback...threw for 15 touchdowns and ran for eight as a senior...intercepted four passes defensively ...Maxwell Club Jim Henry Award nominee...two-year letterman in track, running the 200-meters and 400-meters.

PERSONAL: Majoring in Economics and Business...son of Marcel and Catrice Quarterman... born 8/25/86.

DEFENSIVE
Year	G/GS	UT-AT	Total	TFL	Sacks	Int.	Break-ups	Fumbles Rcv./Fcd.
2004	12/0	6-2	8	0-0	0-0	1	1	0/0
2005	2/0	0-0	0	0-0	0-0	0	0	0/0
2006	12/6	27-12	39	2.0-8	0-0	2	3	0/0
Totals	26/6	33-14	47	2.0-8	0-0	3	4	0/0
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