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Marc Quilling

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Allentown, Pa.

High School:
Parkland

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 220

Position:
QB

Major:
Government & Law

Marc Quilling

2009: Missed much of the 2009 season with a back injury...was healthy entering 2010 spring campaign before sustaining a leg injury.

2008: Appeared in seven games, making three starts to earn first varsity letter...finished the season with 45 completions for 555 yards ...averaged a 59.2 percent completion rating and a 135.2 percent efficiency rating.... went 17-for-26 for 274 yards and three touchdowns in first career start at Bucknell, the highest single-game output of any Lafayette QB in 2008...threw 17-for-24 for 184 yards and one touchdown against Holy Cross...started game vs. Lehigh and finished with five tosses for 57 yards.

2007: Competed on the junior varsity team

AT PARKLAND: Three-year starter at quarterback and team captain as a senior...led school to a 10-0 record and the Lehigh Valley Conference championship in 2006...threw for 950 yards with 13 touchdowns and two interceptions in the wing T offense...recorded 2,030 yards passing and 20 touchdowns in 27 games as a starter...tied school record with four touchdown passes in a game vs. Bethlehem Catholic...won team offensive back award as a junior...all-league punter who was named special teams MVP as a sophomore and junior...played three years of basketball...honor roll and high honor roll student...member of German Honor Society and National Honor Society.

PERSONAL: Son of David and Ann Quilling...born 9/14/88.

RUSHING
Year	G/GS	Att.	Yds.	TD	Lg.	Yds./Rush	Yds./Game
2008	7/3	23	-7	0	12	-0.3	        -1.0
Totals	7/3	23	-7	0	12	-0.3	        -1.0
PASSING
Year	G/GS	Comp.-Att.	Yds.	TD-Int.	Lg	Comp.%	Yds./Game	Eff. Rating
2008	7/3	45-76	        555	4-1	51	59.2	79.3	        135.3
Totals	7/3	45-76	        555	4-1	51	59.2	79.3	        135.3
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