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Brandon Stanford

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Carlisle, Pa.

High School:
Cumberland Valley

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 165

Position:
WR

Experience:
3 Letters

Major:
African Studies

Brandon Stanford

2004: Lafayette's leader with 33 receptions and 299 yards and was named the team's most outstanding receiver...also handled punt return responsibilities and was second in the league in return average...caught a 16-yard touchdown pass against Columbia...made six receptions that went for 66 yards against Delaware...had five catches at Princeton and 58 yards vs. Holy Cross...four of his six rushing attempts went for at least 10 yards... scored from 19 yards out against Harvard and put Lafayette ahead 17-7 vs. Lehigh with a 13-yard scamper.

2003: Earned second varsity letter as part of rotation at receiver position after moving to the other side of the ball from defensive back...was also the Leopards' primary punt returner...returned 25 punts for 174 yards, an average of 7.0 yards per return...in first season as a receiver, hauled in 17 passes for 245 yards...set career highs with seven receptions for 93 yards against Fordham.

2002: Handled punt return duties for the Leopards...ran back 24 punts for 183 yards...his average of 7.6 yards per return was fifth-best in the Patriot League...part of the Leopards' defensive back rotation...registered three tackles on the season...earned first varsity letter.

AT CUMBERLAND VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL: A ten-time letterwinner and three-sport student-athlete, competing for football, track and field, and basketball...played wide receiver, defensive back, and right safety during three years of varsity football...accumulated 10 career touchdowns with over 1,000 yards receiving and 57 total receptions...also set a school record with 21 interceptions...named to Middle Penn All-League first team as a defensive back and wide receiver in his junior and senior years...named as a wide receiver to the All-Sentinel team in his junior year...named as a defensive back to the All-Sentinel team in his senior year...earned a spot on the All-Patriot News Top 100 Mid-State team his senior year...averaged 12 points per game at guard and named to the all-defensive team his sophomore and junior years for basketball...also a three-year varsity sprinter, collecting state championship titles after setting a school record in the 4x400 and 4x100 relays.

PERSONAL: Majoring in African Studies ...son of Larry and Anne Stanford...born 4/21/83.

RUSHING
Year G/GS Att. Yds. TD Lg. Yds./Rush Yds./Game 2002 12/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2003 11/4 2 -5 0 8 -2.5 -0.5 2004 12/12 6 65 2 19 10.8 5.4 Totals 35/16 8 60 2 19 7.5 1.7

RECEIVING
Year G/GS Rec. Yds. TD Lg. Yds./Rec. Yds./Game 2002 12/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2003 11/4 17 245 0 43 14.4 22.3 2004 12/12 33 299 1 28 9.1 24.9 Totals 35/16 50 544 1 43 10.9 15.5

PUNT RETURNS
Year G Punt Ret. Yds. TD Lg. Yds/Ret. 2002 12 24 183 0 31 7.6 2003 11 25 174 0 23 6.9 2004 12 20 114 0 18 5.7 Totals 35 69 471 0 31 6.8

KICK RETURNS
YEAR G Ret. Yds. TD Lg. Yds./Ret. 2002 12 5 88 0 23 17.6 2003 11 5 71 0 26 14.2 2004 12 3 41 0 18 13.7 Totals 35 13 200 0 26 15.4

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