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Name: Max Borghi 
College: Washington State     Number: 21
Height: 5-10   Weight: 198
Position: RB  Pos2: WR/KR
Class/Draft Year: Jr/2022

40 Low: 4.38
   40 Time: 4.48
  40 High: 4.58
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Weight: 198

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: PMaxwell/PDoak/PBiletnikoff...2019: HMC...PDoak

 Max Borghi, Washington State, Player News

  10/17/20 - RB Max BorghiJr/2022, Washington State, 5-10, 198 (DS#5 RB) + More +

  For about a month, Oregon football fans stumbled on one piece of crushing news after another whenever they opened social media. Or, it must have felt that way. First, it was Outland Trophy winning tackle Penei Sewell, then standout cornerback Deommodore Lenoir, followed by another cornerback, Thomas Graham Jr., Jevon Holland and eventually Brady Breeze. It spread elsewhere in the Pac-12 North: Levi Onwuzurike and Joe Tryon of Washington, Walker Little and Paulson Adebo of Stanford. Washington State fans had to be skittish. When would all-conference running back Max Borghi join the laundry list of high-profile Pac-12 football players opting out of the 2020 season to get a head start on NFL Draft prep? In truth, those who watch Borghi play on TV probably pondered that idea more than the running back himself.

"No, I only ever considered opting in when everything was going wrong," Borghi said. "I was like, I want to play. This is why I'm here and I love football and I want to play no matter what it takes." No, Borghi isn't garnering the same pre-Draft buzz as Oregon's Sewell, UW's Onwuzurike or many of the other premier Pac-12 opt outs, but Borghi, with 2,154 all-purpose yards and 28 touchdowns, could've followed in their footsteps without getting mush pushback. It wouldn't have hurt to consult a few family members or coaches, right? Borghi, the only Power Five football player in 2019 with 800 rushing yards, 500 receiving yards and at least 16 TDs, says he didn't even get that far in the process. "I made that decision on my own," Borghi said, reiterating "I love the game of football, I would never opt out." - Spokesman-Review


(DS#5 RB) Jr/2022 RB Max BorghiWashington State
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  07/27/20 - RB Max BorghiJr/2022, Washington State, 5-10, 198 (DS#5 RB) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: RB Max Borghi, Washington State,...Borghi earned All-Pac-12 Conference honorable mention last season after recording 1,435 all-purpose yards along with 16 total touchdowns, second-most in the league. The Arvada, Colo. native was the only player in a Power 5 Conference with 800+ rushing yards, 550+ receiving yards and 16 total touchdowns after rushing for 817 yards and 11 touchdowns while also catching a team-high 86 passes for 597 yards and five scores. - Washington State Football

(DS#5 RB) Jr/2022 RB Max BorghiWashington State
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  07/24/20 - RB Max BorghiJr/2022, Washington State, 5-10, 198 (DS#5 RB) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON BILETNIKOFF AWARD WATCH LIST: Max Borghi, Washington State, RB,...Borghi earned All-Pac-12 Conference honorable mention last season after recording 1,435 all-purpose yards along with 16 total touchdowns, second-most in the league. The Arvada, Colo. native was the only player in a Power 5 Conference with 800+ rushing yards, 550+ receiving yards and 16 total touchdowns after rushing for 817 yards and 11 touchdowns while also catching a team-high 86 passes for 597 yards and five scores. - Washington State Football

(DS#5 RB) Jr/2022 RB Max BorghiWashington State
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  07/16/20 - RB Max BorghiJr/2022, Washington State, 5-10, 198 (DS#5 RB) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON DOAK WALKER AWARD WATCH LIST: Max Borghi (Jr.), Washington State,...Borghi earned All-Pac-12 Conference honorable mention last season after recording 1,435 all-purpose yards along with 16 total touchdowns, second-most in the league. The Arvada, Colo. native was the only player in a Power 5 Conference with 800+ rushing yards, 550+ receiving yards and 16 total touchdowns after rushing for 817 yards and 11 touchdowns while also catching a team-high 86 passes for 597 yards and five scores.

Borghi posted four 100-yard rushing games, eight games with 100+ all-purpose yards, led all Pac-12 running backs averaging 6.4 yards-per-carry and led all running backs nationally with 26 missed tackles forced after a catch. Borghi, the first player in school history with 10+ touchdowns in each of his first two seasons, enters his junior campaign fourth in WSU history with 28 career total touchdowns, tied for fifth in WSU history with 19 career rushing touchdowns and third in school history for catches by a running back with 139. - Washington State Football


(DS#5 RB) Jr/2022 RB Max BorghiWashington State
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  01/14/20 - RB Max BorghiJr/2022, Washington State, 5-10, 198 (DS#5 RB) + More +

  Nick Rolovich has left behind the beaches of Oahu for the wheat fields of the Palouse and the chance to see if his pass-happy, high-scoring style can work at Washington State. Rolovich was hired by Washington State on Tuesday, completing a whirlwind week for the Cougars that saw Mike Leach depart for Mississippi State after eight seasons. It didn't take long for the Cougars to settle on Rolovich as Leach's replacement, giving the 40-year-old a chance to lead a Power Five program. "Nick Rolovich is a genuine person, a program builder, an innovator and the exact fit to lead Cougar football," Washington State athletic director Pat Chun said in a statement. "Coach Rolovich is committed to academic achievement and developing every aspect of our student-athletes. He has a vision of taking Cougar football on a path to win championships."

Rolovich agreed to a five-year contract that is expected to pay about $3 million per season. He will be introduced at a news conference on Thursday. Rolovich has been in charge at Hawaii for the past four seasons and led the Rainbow Warriors to the Mountain West Conference West Division title this season. Hawaii went 10-5 overall, losing to Boise State in the MWC title game but rebounding to beat BYU in the Hawaii Bowl. - AP College Football


(DS#5 RB) Jr/2022 RB Max BorghiWashington State
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  12/12/19 - RB Max BorghiJr/2022, Washington State, 5-10, 198 (DS#5 RB) + More +

  2019 ALL-PAC-12 HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): RB Max Borghi, So.,...Borghi earns his second career All-Pac-12 accolade after being named Freshman of the Year honorable mention last season. The sophomore finished the regular season second in the Pac-12 with 15 total touchdowns, third with 11 rushing touchdowns, fifth in all-purpose yards (114.8) and led all Pac-12 backs averaging 6.5 yards-per-carry. Borghi led all running backs nationally with 81 receptions and was the only player to record 750+ rush yards, 550+ receiving yards and 15 total touchdowns. The Arvada, Colo. native tallied four 100-yards rushing games and went over 100 all-purpose yards eight times. - Washington State Football

(DS#5 RB) Jr/2022 RB Max BorghiWashington State
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  12/05/19 - RB Max BorghiJr/2022, Washington State, 5-10, 198 (DS#5 RB) + More +

  Washington State coach Mike Leach has agreed in principle to a one-year contract extension that could keep him at the school through the 2024 season. Leach will be paid $4 million for each year of the five-year contract, school officials said. He will also receive a one-time retention bonus of $750,000 following the 2020 season. Leach is in his eighth season at Washington State and has led the Cougars to a school-record five consecutive bowl games, though they stumbled to a 6-6 record this year. Leach's 55 wins with the Cougars rank him third in program history. Leach's success at Washington State has consistently made him the subject of speculation that he may jump to another program. - AP College Football

(DS#5 RB) Jr/2022 RB Max BorghiWashington State
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  10/24/19 - RB Max BorghiJr/2022, Washington State, 5-10, 198 (DS#5 RB) + More +

  Washington State running back Max Borghi is the first Cougars running back to have three 100-yard games in a season since Jerome Harrison had eight in 2005. He matched a career high with nine catches last week against Colorado and has four games this year with 100 or more all-purpose yards. - AP College Football

(DS#5 RB) Jr/2022 RB Max BorghiWashington State
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  07/17/19 - RB Max BorghiJr/2022, Washington State, 5-10, 198 (DS#5 RB) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON DOAK WALKER AWARD CANDIDATE: Max Borghi (So.), Washington State,...Borghi is one of nine Pac-12 Conference running backs named to the watch list for the award given to the nation's top collegiate running back. Jamal Morrow was named to the same watch list prior to the 2017 season. As a true freshman last season, Borghi was named Pac-12 Freshman of the Year honorable mention after tying for fifth in the league with 12 total touchdowns, tied for the most total touchdowns by a freshman in WSU single-season history. The Arvada, Colo. native tallied 740 all-purpose yards, rushed for eight touchdowns, averaged 5.1 yards-per-carry and caught 53 passes for four touchdowns. - Washington State Football

(DS#5 RB) Jr/2022 RB Max BorghiWashington State
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