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Name: *Sage Surratt (+) Coming off Nov 2019 Shoulder INJ/Out for 2019
College: Wake Forest     Number: 14
Height: 6-2   Weight: 215
Position: WR  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2021

40 Low: 4.43
   40 Time: 4.54
  40 High: 4.62
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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC...PMaxwell/PBiletnikoff/PWuerffel...2019: 1stC...(+) Nov 2019 Shoulder INJ/Out for 2019...1st team All-ACC, AP 1st team All-ACC w/66-1001-15.2-11 rec, 11-91-8.3-0 PR, TT in 9 gms, missed 4 gms due to injury in '19. 41-581-14.2-4 rec, 1-0-0.0-0 PR, TT in 13 gms in '18. Redshirted in '17.

 *Sage Surratt, Wake Forest, Player News


  Surratt is the fourth key ACC player, the first to play offense, to opt out. The others have been Virginia Tech cornerback Caleb Farley, Miami defensive end Gregory Rousseau and Pittsburgh defensive tackle Jaylen Twyman. Surratt is the second star receiver nationally to opt out, along with Rashod Bateman of Minnesota. Surratt, one of the ACC's premier playmakers, is a 6-3, 215-pounder who had 66 catches for 1,001 yards and 11 touchdowns in nine games last season. He suffered a season-ending shoulder injury at Virginia Tech and missed the final four games.

Surratt's breakout season featured a touchdown catch in each of the first six games, culminating with a three-touchdown performance against Louisville. After redshirting in 2017, Surratt had 41 catches for 581 yards and four touchdowns in 2018 - including a one-handed catch that sparked the Deacons' win at N.C. State in Jamie Newman's first start - and a touchdown in the Birmingham Bowl. Though his Deacons career was only two seasons (22 games), Surratt is tied for ninth in career receiving touchdowns (15). His 1,000-yard season a year ago was only the sixth in program history. - Winston Salem Journal


(DS#23 WR) rJr/2021 WR *Sage SurrattWake Forest
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  2020 WUERFFEL TROPHY PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Sage Surratt, Wake Forest, junior, wide receiver,...On campus, Surratt has been active in helping to enhance the student-athlete experience, participating as a panelist on various athletic department and campus committees, speaking with John Currie to build bridges with traditional students. He also serves on the ACC Return to Play committee and assists with new freshmen orientation. He also participates in the annual Hit the Bricks for cancer research. Another event Surratt takes apart in annually is Pump Up for Piccolo, an event led by the Gamma Phi Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha and Wake Forest football team in a philanthropic effort to raise money for cancer research and awareness for the Brian Piccolo Cancer Fund. In the classroom, Surratt has been on the ACC Academic honor roll three times and on the ACC All-Academic team twice. - Wake Forest Football

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  2020 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: WR Sage Surratt, Wake Forest,...Last season before a season-ending injury, Surratt was one of the most explosive players in the country. In those nine games in 2019, he led all Power-5 receivers with 1,001 receiving yards while totaling 11 touchdowns. During his sophomore campaign, Surratt recorded four games of 150 or more receiving yards. No other Wake Forest player has ever had more than two in a season or four in a career. - Wake Forest Football

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  2020 PRESEASON BILETNIKOFF AWARD WATCH LIST: Sage Surratt, Wake Forest,...During his sophomore campaign, Surratt recorded four games of 150 or more receiving yards. No other Wake Forest player has ever had more than two in a season or four in a career. Surratt had one of the most explosive receiving games in Wake Forest history when he went for 196 yards against Louisville. The game ranks third in the program's history just trailing John Henry Mills 230-yard performance against Duke in 1990 and Wayne Baumgardner's 271-yard outing against South Carolina in 1980. This season the Lincolnton, N.C. native will look to cement his place as one of the best wide receivers in ACC history. He comes into the season averaging 111.2 receiving yards per game, eighth best in conference history. Surratt also needs just 10 more career touchdowns to tie Ricky Proehl for the school record. - Wake Forest Football

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  The cancellation of Wake Forest's spring football practices and shutdown of campus put Sage Surratt back in high school, at least in one sense. Surratt has spent a lot of time in Chapel Hill for the past couple of months, staying with his brother Chazz, a linebacker at North Carolina. Both Surratts were named to the All-ACC first-team last year - Sage at wide receiver, Chazz at linebacker. And so the Surratt brothers have gone back to pushing each other through workouts. "Just working out with him and getting better every day with him. Pushing each other, he pushes me, I push him," Sage said last month. "It's kinda like old times, I guess you could say."

Sage is coming off a season in which he had 66 catches for 1,001 yards and 11 touchdowns in only nine games. A shoulder injury in the fourth quarter at Virginia Tech cut his season short, and it's an injury from which he hasn't fully recovered. "I'm close though, I'm a lot better obviously than the last time y'all saw me," he said. Because the COVID-19 pandemic has seemingly affected all areas of everyday life, especially sports, it's played a factor in delaying Sage's rehab. "It was a little wrench. I had actually gotten back to school to do rehab after spring break. And I was there until everything got shut down completely," Sage said. "You've just gotta make the most of it. But our training staff, they've done an extremely good job of keeping everybody updated and working through this." - Winston Salem Journal


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  2019 ALL-ACC FIRST TEAM (COACHES): WR - Sage Surratt, Wake Forest; 167,...Surratt ended the regular season as the ACC leader in receiving yards with a school record 111.2 yards per game. He was a four-time ACC Receiver of the Week and leads the nation with four games with 150 or more receiving yards. Surratt started each of the first nine games of the season before suffering a season-ending injury against Virginia Tech on Nov. 9. - Wake Forest Football

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  Wake Forest receiver Sage Surratt will miss the rest of the season with an unspecified injury that will require surgery. Coach Dave Clawson disclosed the severity of Surratt's injury Tuesday but did not provide any further details. The redshirt sophomore appeared to injure his shoulder in the second half of the Demon Deacons' loss at Virginia Tech last week. Surratt ranks fifth nationally and first among players from power conferences with 1,001 yards receiving, and is tied for fifth in the FBS with 11 touchdown catches. He was a key component of a Wake Forest offense that ranks 11th nationally and second in the Atlantic Coast Conference with an average of 314.1 yards passing. Wake Forest (7-2, 3-2) visits No. 3 Clemson (10-0, 7-0) on Saturday. - AP College Football

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  A dominant season for the third-year sophomore continued when he had seven catches for 170 yards in a 22-20 win over Florida State last week. He already has four games with at least 150 yards this season and leads the league in most receiving statistics, including nine scoring catches. - AP College Football

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  OCT 21/WEEK 8 ACC RECEIVER OF THE WEEK: Sage Surratt, Wake Forest, So., WR, Lincolnton, N.C.,...Recognized as ACC Receiver of the Week for the second consecutive week and the fourth time this season following his performance in the Deacons' 22-20 win over Florida State...Caught seven passes for 170 yards, marking his FBS-leading fourth game of the year with more than 150 receiving yards...Had five receptions for first downs...Four of those catches were for 27 or more yards (27, 31, 36 and 51 yards)...Had five receptions for 150 yards in the first half alone. - Atlantic Coast Conference Football

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  Whether a close game or a blowout, Wake Forest always seemed to find a way lately to lose to Florida State. This time, the Atlantic Coast Conference's highest-scoring offense found a way to beat the Seminoles -- by kicking a bunch of field goals. Nick Sciba kicked a 25-yard field goal -- his school-record-tying fifth of the game -- with 4:18 remaining, and Wake Forest beat Florida State 22-20 on Saturday night. "It stinks that our offense wasn't able to get in the end zone, but I'm glad that I was able to do my part and do my job in order to help us get a great team win, which I think was a big, pivotal win for us," Sciba said. Cade Carney had a 3-yard touchdown run on the second play of the fourth quarter, Sam Hartman was 21 of 38 for 308 yards in his first start of the season and Sage Surratt had seven catches for 170 yards -- his fourth game of the season with at least 150.

The Demon Deacons (6-1, 2-1), who average an ACC-best 39.7 points and 540.5 total yards, were held to a season-low point total. Yet they won a game with three lead changes in the fourth, snapped a seven-game losing streak in the series and bounced back from their record-setting 62-59 loss to Louisville. Wake Forest lost its previous two home games against Florida State by a combined 15 points, and lost by 21 in Tallahassee last year. This was just its second victory over the Seminoles since 2008 and first since 2011. "We've had some good wins here over the last 3-4 years, but I thought that was as gritty of a win as we've had," coach Dave Clawson said. "Just kind of refusing to give up and finding a way." - Wake Forest/AP College Football


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  OCT 14/WEEK 7 ACC RECEIVER OF THE WEEK: Sage Surratt, Wake Forest, So., WR, Lincolnton, N.C.,...Recognized as ACC Receiver of the Week for the third time this season following his performance in Saturday night's 62-59 loss to Louisville...Posted career highs with 12 receptions for 196 yards and three touchdowns...Touchdown receptions covered 12, 3 and 47 yards...His first two touchdowns came in the opening half, and he had seven receptions for 141 yards and another score in the second half...Made four receptions of 20 yards or longer and nine receptions for first downs. - ACC Football

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  WEEK 3 ACC RECEIVER OF THE WEEK: Sage Surratt, Wake Forest, So., WR, Lincolnton, N.C.,...Surratt had nine receptions for a career-high 169 yards in Friday night's 24-18 win over visiting North Carolina...Surratt's 157 yards receiving in the first half were the most by an FBS receiver in the first half of a game this year and set a school first-half record...His 51-yard touchdown catch marked his fifth consecutive game with a scoring reception...The ACC Receiver of the Week honor is the second for Surratt this season and the third straight for a Wake Forest player. - ACC Football

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  WEEK 1 ACC RECEIVER OF THE WEEK: Sage Surratt, Wake Forest, So., WR, Lincolnton, N.C.,...Surratt had seven receptions for a career-high 158 yards and one touchdown in Wake Forest's win over Utah State...Surratt caught a 22-yard scoring pass from Jamie Newman for Wake's first score of the night...Late in the game, he had a 70-yard catch and run that left the ball at the Utah State 1-yard with under two minutes to play, and the Deacons scored their go-ahead touchdown seconds later. - Atlantic Coast Conference Football

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