Devin Arrington
Devin  Arrington

RS Senior

Portsmouth, Va.

High School:
Deep Creek HS

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 210



Quotes from Doc Holliday's Nov. 13 Press Conference

Houston week quotes below


Meadows Plays Strong on Weakside

The Word on the Herd-October 30, 2012


Quotes from Doc Holliday's Oct. 30 Press Conference

Memphis week quotes below


Marshall Falls in 27-24 Battle to Ohio

Rakeem Cato threw a school record 44 completed passes


Postgame Notes

Ohio 27, Marshall 24


AP Photos: Marshall at Purdue

AP Photos: Marshall at Purdue


Marshall 6, UCF 16 - AP Photos

Rashad Jackson scored on a fumble recovery for Marshall's lone touchdown.

R-JUNIOR SEASON (2011): Moved to safety due to a lack of depth at the position...Posted 77 tackles on the season (41 solo, 36 assists) with 2.5 tackles for loss, two forced fumbles, two interceptions and four pass breakups...Had a big game at Tulsa with 12 tackles, a tackle for loss and a forced fumble...Picked off passes against UAB and Southern Miss.

R-SOPHOMORE SEASON (2010): Had 64 tackles (37 solo, 27 assists) with four tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and three pass breakups...Had seven stops at UAB and SMU...Forced fumbles against UCF and Memphis...Broke up passes against UTEP, UAB and Memphis...Had two tackles for loss, including a sack against Memphis.

R-FRESHMAN SEASON (2009): Appeared in 12-of-13 games...Made 10 tackles (four solo)...Had two pass breakups...Recovered one fumble...Was credited with 1/2 sack for a loss of three yards.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2008): Redshirted.

Prior to Marshall: Attended 2007 summer camp at Joan C. Edwards Stadium and will be the seventh player from Deep Creek High to join the Thundering Herd program...Played defensive back and receiver at the prep level...4x100-meter district champion on the track....Was first-team All-Tidewater, second-team All-State and first-team All Southeastern District in 2007...During the 2007 season he recorded 75 tackles, five sacks and two interceptions...Offensively, he posted 15 catches for 275 yards and five scores...He selected Marshall over Northern Illinois, Kent State and Akron among others.