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Name: Lujuan Winningham 
College: Central Arkansas     Number: 5
Height: 6-2   Weight: 190
Position: WR  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Jr/2022

40 Low: 4.42
   40 Time: 4.50
  40 High: 4.59
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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: P3rdNationalFCS-PSDS...2019: 1stC

 Lujuan Winningham, Central Arkansas, Player News


  UCA's top two receivers, junior Lujuan Winningham and sophomore Tyler Hudson combined for 105 receptions that went for 1,789 yards and 20 touchdowns a year ago. Both earned All-Southland Conference and underclassmen All-America honors. UCA played the entire 2019 season without two of its top performers. WR Brandon Myers, the top returning receiver for the Bears a year ago, dislocated his kneecap in the third practice of fall camp and missed the entire season. DB Jackie Harvell never recovered enough from achilles surgery in the spring and sat out the entire season. On top of that, WR Lujuan Winningham broke his arm in Game 8 vs. Sam Houston State. He was one of the top receivers in the nation at the time with 50 catches for 814 yards and 8 touchdowns. He returned for spot duty in the FCS Playoff game vs. Illinois State and still was named first-team All-Southland Conference. - Central Arkansas Football

(DS#49 WR) Jr/2022 WR Lujuan WinninghamCentral Arkansas
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  Lujuan Winningham caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from Breylin Smith with 34 seconds left to lift Central Arkansas to a 24-17 victory over Austin Peay on Saturday night in college football's first game of the COVID-19 pandemic. Austin Peay took the lead on quarterback Jeremiah Oatsvall's 1-yard touchdown run and Cole Deeds' extra point with 1:40 left. Oatsvall again moved the Governors across midfield in the final seconds with a 25-yard pass to Eugene Minter and then ran 19 yards on fourth-and-10. His desperation heave on the final play was intercepted by Tamaurian Wilson near the goal line. Smith completed 26 of 49 passes for 283 yards, but threw two interceptions. Kierre Crossley ran 12 times for 110 yards and a touchdown. Freshman CJ Evans ran for 98 yards for Austin Peay, including a 75-yard touchdown on the game's first play from scrimmage. - AP College Football

(DS#49 WR) Jr/2022 WR Lujuan WinninghamCentral Arkansas
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  GUARDIAN FCS KICKOFF PLAYERS TO WATCH: Lujuan Winningham, WR,...Saturday's matchup will feature some of the top wide receiver talent at the FCS level. APSU's DeAngelo Wilson (5-10, 160, junior) caught 89 passes for 1,564 yards (first in the nation) and 15 touchdowns (tied for second) a year ago. Baniko Harley (6-1, 181, senior) backed him up with 53 receptions for 839 yards and seven more touchdowns. UCA counters with junior Winningham (6-3, 190) and sophomore Tyler Hudson (6-2, 185). Hudson was the SLC Freshman of the Year after leading the Bears with 55 receptions for 975 yards and 12 touchdowns, which is second best in UCA history. Winningham, despite missing four games with a broken arm, caught 50 passes for 814 yards and eight touchdowns, including 43-and 18-yarders to seal the win over the Governors. Hudson added a 37-yard touchdown pass from Smith in the third period as UCA put up 21 second-half points in the first of many come-from-behind victories in 2019. - Central Arkansas Football

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  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT PRESEASON ALL-FCS THIRD TEAM: WR Lujuan Winningham, Central Arkansas, Jr.,...Winningham appeared in nine games in 2019, eight before breaking his arm vs. Sam Houston State...returned for FCS playoff game vs. Illinois State...caught 50 passes for 814 yards and 8 touchdowns...averaged 16.3 yards per reception and a touchdown every 6.2 receptions. - Central Arkansas Football

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  2019 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): WR Lujuan Winningham, Central Arkansas, So., Humble, Texas,...Winningham, a 6-foot-3, 190-pound sophomore from Humble, Texas, had a season-ending injury in the eighth game of the season but put up gaudy enough numbers prior to that to earn first-team honors. Winningham caught 50 passes for 814 yards and eight touchdowns, averaging 16.3 yards per reception. - Central Arkansas Football

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  For the second-straight season, a Nicholls student-athlete headlines the Southland Football All-Conference Teams as defensive lineman Sully Laiche is the conference's Player of the Year, the league announced Tuesday. Yearly awards are presented by Ready Nutrition. Laiche is one of seven superlative award winners announced Tuesday, along with Offensive Player of the Year Chase Fourcade (Nicholls) and Defensive Player of the Year Chris Livings (McNeese). Sam Houston State's Trace Mascorro is the Newcomer of the Year, and Central Arkansas' Tyler Hudson is the Freshman of the Year. The Offensive Lineman of the Year Award goes to Nicholls' PJ Burkhalter, and Southeastern Louisiana's Frank Scelfo is the Coach of the Year.

Central Arkansas leads the way with 13 total all-conference selections, followed by Nicholls and Sam Houston State each with 12. Southeastern Louisiana placed 11 on the all-league teams while McNeese had nine honorees. Abilene Christian, Houston Baptist and Lamar garnered five picks each, and UIW, Northwestern State and Stephen F. Austin rounded out the teams with four selections apiece. In total, 17 honorees are returning all-Southland selections, led by Laiche and teammate Allen Pittman with their fourth picks. UCA running back Carlos Blackman is the lone three-time honoree. - Southland Football


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  The University of Central Arkansas Bears earned an FCS national seed and the Thanksgiving weekend off when the NCAA FCS Championship Bracket was announced on Sunday morning on ESPNU. The 9th-ranked Bears (9-3, 7-2) earned the No. 8 seed, meaning a first-round bye this Saturday and a second-round home game on Dec. 7 on "The Stripes" at First Security Field at Estes Stadium. UCA will host the winner of Southeast Missouri and Illinois State, which meet this Saturday in Cape Girardeau, Mo.

The Bears, co-champions of the Southland Conference along with the Nicholls Colonels, will be making their fifth appearance in the FCS Playoffs, and third in the past four years. The game will be the third home playoff game for the Bears since 2016. UCA, which earned its second national seed in the past three years, beat Illinois State at Estes Stadium in the first round of the 2016 playoffs before losing at Eastern Washington. In 2017, the Bears lost to New Hampshire in the second round in 2017 after receiving a first-round bye as a Top 8 seed. - Central Arkansas Football


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  Breylin Smith threw for three touchdowns, Lujuan Winningham caught nine passes for 168 yards, and Central Arkansas stopped a two-point conversion to defeat Northwestern State 31-30 on Saturday night. After the Bears (5-2, 3-1 Southland Conference) took the lead for the first time on a 25-yard pass from Smith to Winningham early in the fourth quarter, their offense struggled, going without a first down on their next three possessions.

Meanwhile, the Demons (0-7, 0-4) threatened three times. They reached the Central Arkansas 17 in a drive that ended on a missed 34-yard field goal attempt by Ryan Gremillion. After recovering a fumble, they drove to the Central Arkansas 33 but Shelton Eppler was sacked on fourth down. Finally, on the third drive, Eppler hit Akile Davis for 9 yards and a touchdown. Trailing 31-30 with 1:30 remaining, Eppler's two-point pass failed. Eppler completed 26 of 49 for 310 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions. Smith completed 30 of 43 passes for 299 yards. Central Arkansas, No. 13 in the FCS Coaches Poll, lost two fumbles and two interceptions. - AP College Football


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  SEPT 9/WEEK 2 SOUTHLAND OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Lujuan Winningham, So., Wide Receiver, Central Arkansas, Humble, Texas,...Winningham once again played a major role in the Bears' offense, hauling in eight passes for 136 yards and two touchdowns. Both his scoring grabs came in the fourth quarter, erasing a 16-10 Governor lead. Through two games, Winningham has been "Mr. Fourth Quarter" with five catches for 196 yards and four touchdowns. Honorable Mention: Luke Anthony, Abilene Christian; Jon Copeland, UIW; Bailey Zappe, Houston Baptist. - Southland Conference Football

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  SEPT 2/WEEK 1 SOUTHLAND OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Lujuan Winningham, So., Wide Receiver, Central Arkansas, Humble, Texas,...Winningham caught eight passes for 222 yards and three touchdowns, which are both career highs. His three scoring grabs were for 23, 20 and 80 yards, the last of which tied the game in the fourth quarter. Winningham's 222 receiving yards were the most by an FCS wideout through opening weeknd and went down as the fourth-most in a single game in program history. Honorable Mention: Shelton Eppler, Northwestern State; Jordan Hoy, Lamar; Devonte Williams, Southeastern Louisiana; Bailey Zappe, Houston Baptist. - Southland Conference Football

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