Evan Marquisee Football Highlights





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Uploaded on Jul 17, 2011

Evan Marquisee Football Highlights
Edited by Evan Marquisee

Pump Up the Volume by M.A.R.S.
Brainstew by Greenday
No Shelter by Rage Against the Machine

Evan Marquisee
Stanton & Moat Raiders 1989-1990
A.I. DuPont High School 1991-1993

My jersey numbers were 69, 66, 31 and 59 at different stages during my brief football career.

I played defensive end, linebacker, defensive tackle, fullback, offensive tackle and special teams.

In my three seasons of high school football, I won "Most Improved Player," "Co-Defensive MVP" and "Team MVP" respectively. I also started and lettered in all three seasons, was co-team captain as a senior, was Second-Team All-State and played in the Blue Gold All-Star Game in 1993.

To give a better idea of my short football career...I only have 10 of my high school games on tape...my estimated stats from those games would be 46 solo tackles, 49 assists, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble and 16 tackles for loss. The NFL has a 16 game schedule and if you do the math, my stats for a 16 game schedule would've been 73 solo tackles, 78.4 assists, 152 total tackles, 1.6 sacks, 1.6 forced fumbles and 26 tackles for loss. To put that into perspective, one of my favorite football players, Brian Urlacher, a 7-time pro-bowl middle linebacker for the Chicago Bears, was NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2005. His stats that year were, 98 solo tackles, 24 assists, 122 total tackles, 6 sacks, 1 forced fumble. Brian Urlacher only played defense, while I played defense, offense and special teams, every game. If I had only played defense, my stats would have been much better. Obviously, I'm small and slow by NFL standards and I doubt my body could've tolerated the pounding for very long, but I had more assists, more total tackles and probably more tackles for loss than the best player in the game that year.

I was recruited by three or four small colleges, but never played college ball. It would've been interesting to try to carry things over to the next level...

This video was posted so that my son can see what his father used to do back in the day.

P.S. If you have game videos of the Stanton Raiders, Moat Raiders or A.I. DuPont Tigers during the seasons I played (specified above), I would love to have them. If you contact me about game tapes, maybe we can swap, or I can buy them from you. I've never seen footage of most of my games and would love to have the opportunity. My email address is emarquisee@hotmail.com.


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