4  Demetrius Evans
Demetrius Evans
Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Belle Glade, Fla.

High School:
Glades Central

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 199

Position:
WR

04/10/2013

Furrey Happy with Many Receivers and One Reception

The Word on the Herd-April 10, 2013

03/25/2013

Doc Ready to `Spring' into Practice

The Word on the Herd-March 25, 2013

03/17/2013

Doc's Longevity the Super Glue in Herd's Recruiting

The Word on the Herd-March 17, 2013

12/01/2012

C-USA Movement Helps Marshall

The Word on the Herd-Dec. 1, 2012

11/06/2012

Herd to End Zone; It's a Long Green Line

The Word on the Herd-November 6, 2012

09/08/2012

AP Photos: Marshall vs. Western Carolina

AP Photos: Marshall vs. Western Carolina

R-JUNIOR SEASON (2013): Started five games...Caught 19 passes for 134 yards and one touchdown (vs. UTSA)...Caught nine passes for 59 yards against Ohio.

R-SOPHOMORE SEASON (2012): Played in every game for the Herd while starting three games...Caught 32 passes for 284 yards pulled in two touchdown receptions...Averaged 8.9 yards per reception.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2011): Caught one pass for 21 yards against Southern Miss before missing the rest of the season due to injury...Received a medical hardship for the season.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2010): Caught six passes for 51, including a 20-yarder at Ohio State.

PRIOR TO MARSHALL: An offensive weapon at wide receiver for head coach Jessie Hester at Glades Central...Team registered a 13-1 record and a berth to the Florida Class 2A State Championship game...Hauled in 23 catches for 434 yards and six touchdowns this past season...Also recruited by Central Michigan, Middle Tennessee State and Florida International...Also played basketball where he helped Glades Central to the district and regional championships in 2009 and another district title in 2010.

PERSONAL: The son of Doris Brown and Johnny Evans...Majoring in Sports Management with a minor in Sociology...Lists the following as his goal for his freshman season - "to improve in every aspect of my life academically and athletically."