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Name: Grant Wells 
College: Marshall     Number: 8
Height: 6-2   Weight: 210
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rFr/2024

40 Low: 4.54
   40 Time: 4.64
  40 High: 4.73
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 Grant Wells, Marshall, Player News

  10/17/20 - QB Grant WellsrFr/2024, Marshall, 6-2, 210 (DS#10 QB) + More +

  Grant Wells accounted for three touchdowns, Brenden Knox ran for two scores, and Marshall cruised to a 35-17 win over Louisiana Tech on Saturday night. Wells was 19-of-24 passing for 227 yards and two TDs and his 1-yard scoring run gave the Thundering Herd (4-0) the lead for good at 7-0 with 5:36 left in the first quarter. Knox finished with 32 carries for 125 yards. Knox capped a 12-play, 85-yard drive with a 1-yard TD late in the second quarter and his 7-yard scoring run midway through the third made it 21-3.

Louisiana Tech (3-2) answered when Luke Anthony hit Adrian Hardy for a 12-yard TD less than two minutes later but Wells threw touchdown passes of 46 yards to Artie Henry and 26 yards to Corey Gammage give Marshall a 35-10 lead with 11:03 to play. Hardy led the Bulldogs with nine receptions for 102 yards. The capacity at Louisiana Tech's Joe Aillet Stadium was limited to 25% (or 7,140 available seats, including the allowance of 1,000 students per game) due to concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. All fans and patrons attending the game will be required to wear a face covering in order to comply with the State of Louisiana Mask Mandate. - AP College/Marshall Football


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  09/09/20 - QB Grant WellsrFr/2024, Marshall, 6-2, 210 (DS#10 QB) + More +

  Wells showed on Saturday that he could make all collegiate throws, grabbing touchdown tosses on a post route to Xavier Gaines, a corner route to Talik Keaton and a deep ball to Jaron Woodyard. Wells also got all of Marshall's receiving corps active, joining with backup Luke Zban to connect with 13 different receivers, including five tight ends. "One stat that stood out was just how many receivers got a touch," Wells said. "That was something that really stood out to me and was very impressive. That's the one thing about this offense and I've said this before - I don't care who is out there with me. Every receiver is going to make a play for me, and that's one thing that's huge, going into each game."

While the Herd's 59-0 win over Eastern Kentucky was memorable, Wells said that the performance - and, effectively, the honor - is in the past and the focus is forward. When asked how he planned to spend the rest of a scheduled day off for the team during a bye week prior to the Sept. 19 contest against Appalachian State, Wells answered quickly. "Get back to work," Wells said. "I know it sounds weird to say, coming off the high we're on right now, but we've got to get back to the feeling we had before this game - that's just get back to work. We'll start preparing for App State today." - Charleston Gazette


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  09/07/20 - QB Grant WellsrFr/2024, Marshall, 6-2, 210 (DS#10 QB) + More +

  SEPT 7 CONFERENCE USA OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Marshall redshirt freshman QB Grant Wells completed 16-of-23 passes for 307 yards, four touchdown passes and no interceptions in just two and a half quarters of action in a 59-0 win over Eastern Kentucky. He also rushed for 30 yards on six carries. Wells, who completed his first eight passes, became the first Marshall quarterback with 300-plus passing yards in a debut, exceeding the previous record of 292 by Stan Hill vs Miami (Ohio) on Nov. 11, 2002. Wells tied the school record for most passing touchdowns in a debut with four, equaling the mark set by Hill vs. Miami and Chase Litton vs. Norfolk State in 2015. The Charleston, West Virginia native helped lead an offensive attack that generated 627 yards of total offense, 34 first downs and did not punt in a game for the first time since October 21, 2006 vs. UAB. - Conference USA Football

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  09/05/20 - QB Grant WellsrFr/2024, Marshall, 6-2, 210 (DS#10 QB) + More +

  Grant Wells threw for 307 yards and four touchdowns to set and tie school records for a debut quarterback and Marshall rolled past Eastern Kentucky 59-0 on Saturday in both teams' season opener. Wells, a redshirt freshman, was 16-of-23 passing with his 307 yards besting Stan Hill's 202-yard game in 2002, and his four touchdowns tying another mark. Marshall scored on every possession - eight touchdowns and a field goal - except those cut short the half and the game's end.

Wells threw touchdown passes in the first half ranging from 2 to 42 yards to Xavier Gaines, Talik Keaton, Garet Morrell and Jaron Woodyard. Brenden Knox ran for another TD and Shane Ciucci added a field goal for a 38-0 halftime lead. Wells completed his day in the third quarter by leading another touchdown drive. The Herd added two more touchdowns and finished with eight different players scoring TDs. The Herd piled up 627 yards offense, 345 in the air and 282 on the ground. The shutout was the first for Marshall since beating Kent State 21-0 in 2017. - AP College Football


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  08/31/20 - QB Grant WellsrFr/2024, Marshall, 6-2, 210 (DS#10 QB) + More +

  Since arriving on Marshall's campus in January 2019, Grant Wells has approached each day visualizing that he was the starting quarterback for the Thundering Herd. That vision is now reality as Marshall head coach Doc Holliday confirmed Wells will be the Herd's starting quarterback when the team takes the field against Eastern Kentucky at 1 p.m. Saturday at Joan C. Edwards Stadium. "I just think it's his job," Holliday said. "He's settled into that position and he's always had the skill set. We knew when we recruited him that he had the skill set to make all the throws and be extremely athletic." Wells' first action as the starting quarterback for Marshall will come in front of a nationally televised audience on ESPN. However, the Herd's new quarterback said it doesn't change his mentality moving forward.

"Whether the game is on TV or not, we're still going to prepare the same," Wells said. When Wells makes the start Saturday, the Charleston native and former George Washington High School standout will become the first in-state quarterback to start for the Herd since Mark Zban did so Sept. 16, 1995, against Georgia Southern - 25 years ago. Wells' arm strength has stood out during Marshall's camp, and that is not limited to being in the pocket. Some of Wells' top throws have come on the move, which offensive coordinator Tim Cramsey said is one of his best attributes. - Charleston Gazette


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