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Loren Easly
Loren  Easly
Class:
RS Junior

Hometown:
Houston, TX

Last College:
Stephen F. Austin

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 210

Position:
RB


03/24/2018

Offense Rules Early, Defense Late In Spring Game

Veterans, Newcomers Star In Scrimmage At Apogee

03/23/2018

Mean Green Set For Spring Game Saturday

Busy Day In Denton Highlighted By Spring Game At Noon

03/09/2018

Day Nine Notebook: Big Plays Carry Scrimmage-Heavy Friday

Big Plays On Both Sides Of Ball Abound On Last Practice Before Spring Break

02/23/2018

Spring Scouting Report -- Mean Green RBs

Bevy Of Backs Look To Step Up, Seize Opportunity In 2018

2017:
• Sat out during his first season in Denton

Stephen F. Austin 2016:
• Appeared in 10 games with one start for the Lumberjacks
• Rushed for 497 yards on 87 carries with seven touchdowns and caught 10 passes for 96 yards
• Rushed for a season-high 169 yards and three touchdowns against Southeastern Louisiana, becoming the 28th player in SFA history to rush for over 1,000 yards in his career
• Notched a 74-yard touchdown rush against the Lions, and holds three of the 10 longest rushes in SFA program history

2015:
• Competed in 10 games with two starts as a true freshman at SFA
• CFPA National Freshman of the Year nominee
• STATS FCS National Freshman of the Week (Oct. 5)
• Led the Lumberjacks in rushing with 759 yards on 126 carries (6.0 ypr) and four touchdowns
• Rushed for 213 yards and a touchdown against Sam Houston State, including an 80-yard touchdown run
• Made his collegiate debut at third-ranked TCU, breaking off a 75-yard touchdown rush and finishing with 93 yards on six carries
• Rushed for 148 yards and a touchdown on 31 carries against Nicholls, tied for the 10th-most attempts in program history
• Finished the year with seven catches for 43 yards out of the backfield, giving him 802 all-purpose yards in 2015.

High School:
• Three year letterwinner at Houston Westside High School
• Two-time first team all-district selection
• Rushed for over 3,700 yards and 48 touchdowns during his prep career
• Named team’s MVP in 2014 and helped lead the Wolves to playoff appearances in 2012 and 2013
• Also lettered three times in track and field, competing in sprints and relays
• Semifinalist for the Houston Touchdown Club Player of the Year in 2014
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