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Name: Steven McBride (Transfer from Kansas)
College: Hawaii     Number: 7
Height: 6-1   Weight: 165
Position: WR  Pos2: KR
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2025

40 Low: 4.40
   40 Time: 4.49
  40 High: 4.58

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 Data Scout Notes: 2023: 2ndC...2022: 12-05-22 Transfer from Kansas/NAC...2021: NAC...2020: NAC

 Steven McBride, Hawaii, Player News

  02/10/23 - WR Steven McBriderSr/2025, Hawaii, 6-1, 165 (DS#42 WR) + More +

  In an effort to overhaul its roster following the mass exodus of the Todd Graham era, 53 newcomers joined the University of Hawaii football team in 2022, while an additional 30 players signed in advance of the 2023 season. Among the players who joined the Rainbow Warriors seeking a fresh start is former Kansas receiver Steven McBride, who caught 20 passes for 128 yards and no touchdowns over his three seasons. He'll have two seasons of eligibility remaining at UH. "It's crazy to come out here in paradise, to have a fresh start," McBride told KHON2 sports director Rob DeMello. "You know, just come and feel what is way, way different than the mainland so that's what I really like about here. Just getting around exploring the island and just Hawaii period is crazy."

McBride joins an inexperienced wide receivers room at Hawaii but one that figures to have its yardage total go up across the board as the program returns to the run and shoot offense. "I mean, my focus is making a big impact on the team, playing my position, playing my position total to the max and using my talent to impact the team. I'm looking to be one of the receivers to make a big impact on it, be a part of it," McBride said of the run and shoot. "It's a different type of offense that I've been through and I've been through a lot of offenses, but this one is is unique for the game." -

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  05/26/21 - WR Steven McBriderSr/2025, Hawaii, 6-1, 165 (DS#42 WR) + More +

  When Emmett Jones wasn't handling the big picture responsibilities that came with his stint as the football team's interim head coach this spring, the third-year Kansas assistant also stayed plenty busy in his normal role, coaching up the receivers. What Jones saw from the young group over the course of 15 practices proved gratifying for the position coach. "I sensed unification with those guys," Jones shared. "I sensed some of those guys matured up, as we went through those last two weeks of spring especially."

At a position dominated by youth, with eight underclassmen suiting up this spring compared to two juniors and one senior, the Jayhawks needed one of their younger players to emerge. Jones said he saw sophomore Steven McBride do just that, with a "great" spring. "I thought he kind of separated himself from the pack," Jones said of McBride, a 6-foot receiver from Louisiana. "Just the way he approached it, he settled down and allowed his athletic ability to kick in and kind of take over." - Lawrence Journal World

(DS#42 WR) rSr/2025 WR Steven McBrideHawaii
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