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Name: Konata Mumpfield (Transfer from Akron)
College: Pittsburgh     Number: 9
Height: 6-0   Weight: 178
Position: WR  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSo/2025

40 Low: 4.42
   40 Time: 4.52
  40 High: 4.59

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: Transfer from Akron..2ndC


 Konata Mumpfield, Pittsburgh, Player News


  The scouting reports on Akron wide receiver Konata Mumpfield were glowing. His speed, hands and route-running ability had placed him among the best pass catchers in the Mid-American Conference and earned him Freshman All-American status. When his name appeared in the NCAA transfer portal after last season, he was recruited seriously by Pat Narduzzi, the coach of a Power 5 conference champion. Finally, Mumpfield no longer was unappreciated as he had been when he left Dacula (Ga.) High School with no Power 5 offers, according to Rivals.com. Pitt wanted him now, and not just for depth. Narduzzi needed him to help maintain a strong passing game. Had Mumpfield finally arrived? In his mind, not quite.

After transferring from Akron to Pitt, he believed he still had something to prove. So, he started training camp hoping to make a good first impression by diving for wayward passes. "It's one of those things where you come out, new team, fall camp," he said, "you have to prove yourself." Narduzzi knows this about practice fields: The ground is unforgiving. After watching Mumpfield hit the ground with a thud too many times, the coach had flashbacks to the shoulder injury quarterback Nick Patti suffered diving for the pylon in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. "He needs to stop diving for passes," Narduzzi said of Mumpfield. "We know he's going to make plays. I grabbed him a couple days ago and just said, 'Listen, you have to stop doing that.' We need to get you to Sept. 1 and the rest of the season (healthy). "Slow down. You've made the point." - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


(DS#999 WR) rSo/2025 WR Konata MumpfieldPittsburgh
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  Jordan Addison's speed and route running helped Pitt finish third in the nation in points per game (41.4) and helped lead the Panthers to their first 11-victory season in 40 years and a No. 13 finish in the final Associated Press poll. Narduzzi made use of the transfer portal earlier this offseason when he secured commitments from freshman All-American wide receiver Konata Mumpfield, formerly of Akron, and Bub Means, who previously played at Tennessee and Louisiana Tech. Mumpfield and Means will team with senior Jared Wayne, sophomore Jaden Bradley, junior Jaylon Barden and tight end Gavin Bartholomew as prime, experienced targets for quarterbacks Kedon Slovis and Nick Patti. - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

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  2021 ALL-MAC SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Wide Receiver - Konata Mumpfield, Akron,...Mumpfield became the sixth Zip to garner first- or second-team honors at wide receiver, and first since JoJo Natson did so in 2016. Having started each of Akron's 12 games this season, Mumpfield hauled in a team-high 63 receptions on the year for a team-best 751 yards, including scoring eight touchdowns, which is tied for fourth in the MAC.

Mumpfield is rated third among freshmen wide receivers on the D1 NCAA FBS level in receiving touchdowns (8), receiving yards (751) and receiving yards per contest (62.6) and fourth in receptions per game (5.2). He is ranked fourth in the MAC in touchdowns (8), seventh in receptions (63) and catches per game (5.3), 10th in receiving yards (751) and 11th in yards per tilt (62.6), while finishing fifth in touchdowns (5), receptions (45) and receptions per game (5.6) and eighth in yards (576) and yards per contest (72.0) in league-only affairs. Additionally, he is rated 35th in the NCAA in receiving touchdowns, 56th in receptions per game, 76th in receiving yards and 83rd in receiving yards per contest. - Akron Football


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