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Name: Grayson McCall 
College: Coastal Carolina     Number: 10
Height: 6-3   Weight: 200
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rFr/2024

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 Grayson McCall, Coastal Carolina, Player News


  Reese White scored the go-ahead touchdown on a 3-yard run with 2:24 to play, and No. 15 Coastal Carolina continued its perfect 8-0 start with its first-ever win over Appalachian State, 34-23 on Saturday. The Chants (6-0 Sun Belt Conference) had lost all six previous games to the four-time defending Sun Belt champion Mountaineers. But they held Appalachian State to just two field goals in the second half after falling behind 17-9 at halftime. The Mountaineers ( 6-2, 4-1) tried to rally after White's score. But D'Jordan Strong intercepted Zac Thomas' 4th-and-22 pass and returned it 38 yards for a touchdown to clinch it.

Coastal Carolina, picked last in the Sun Belt in the preseason, is now a victory away from winning the league's East Division and playing West winners Louisiana-Lafayette for the conference title next month. The Chants play at Texas State next week and a make-up of a COVID-19-postponed game at Troy on Dec. 12. In between is a potential undefeated showdown against No. 22 LIberty on Dec. 5. Coastal Carolina freshman quarterback Grayson McCall threw for 200 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for another 69 yards and a score. Wide receiver Isaiah Likely had 118 yards receiving and a score, and the Chants' defense forced three turnovers, all interceptions, off the usually steady Thomas. - Coastal Carolina/AP College Football


(DS#7 QB) rFr/2024 QB Grayson McCallCoastal Carolina
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  Grayson McCall threw for 203 yards and a score, Massimo Biscardi had three field goals and No. 15 Coastal Carolina improved to 7-0 with a 23-6 victory Saturday night over South Alabama. McCall completed 16 of 23 passes including a 9-yard scoring pass to C.J. Marable as the Chanticleers (5-0 Sun Belt Conference) outgained the Jaguars (3-4, 2-2) by more than 100 yards, including 236 yards on the ground, and the defense recorded recorded five sacks. The Chants entered Saturday's game with an 11-6 advantage in turnover margin to rank 21st in the nation, and a nearly 10-minute advantage in time of possession to rank ninth in the country. Coastal held a 17-6 lead at halftime and Biscardi kicked a pair of field goals in the second half for the Chants. Coastal struck first on its first possession, driving 72 yards in seven plays for a 1-yard touchdown run on fourth down by Shermari White. A key play in the drive was a 46-yard run by Reese White. - AP College Football

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  In just its fourth year as a Football Bowl Subdivision participant, the Coastal Carolina football team has already made Sun Belt Conference history. The Chanticleers appeared at No. 15 in the Associated Press Top 25 Poll released Sunday, a day after routing conference rival Georgia State 51-0 in Atlanta. The No. 15 ranking is the highest for a Sun Belt team ever, eclipsing No. 19 rankings held by Appalachian State last year and Louisiana twice this season. CCU also set a conference record with its 16th ranking in the Amway Coaches Poll presented by USA Today Sports, besting the Mountaineers' end-of-season 18th standing in the poll last year.

The Chants were picked by conference coaches to finish last in the preseason poll, which has helped fuel their 6-0 start that includes a win over Big 12 team Kansas and a formerly ranked Louisiana squad. "Everybody picking us last, it was crazy to see in the beginning," junior wide receiver Jaivon Heiligh said following Saturday's win over Georgia State. "They just didn't realize. Hopefully they realize now, and we're not done." - Myrtle Beach Online


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  NOV 2 SUN BELT OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Grayson McCall, Coastal Carolina,...After missing last week due to a shoulder injury, Grayson McCall looked more than 100 percent in his return in the 51-0 win over Georgia State. The redshirt freshman quarterback was 18-of-24 for 254 yards and four touchdowns. He also ran six times for 15 yards and a score. In just his fifth career start, he was responsible for five touchdowns, which matched the five first downs by the Panthers for the whole game. In his five games this year, he has thrown for two touchdowns or more in all five games, including a career-high four touchdowns twice. He has also thrown for 250 yards or more three times and has thrown for over 1,000 career yards just this season, which ranks 10th all-time in CCU history. - Sun Belt Football

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  Grayson McCall passed for 254 yards and four touchdowns, Jaivon Heiligh scored twice, and No. 20 Coastal Carolina cruised to a 51-0 victory over Georgia State on Saturday. CJ Marable added two rushing touchdowns and 100 all-purpose yards for the Chanticleers (6-0, 4-0 Sun Belt Conference). Coastal Carolina has its most wins in a single season since joining FBS in 2017. Georgia State (2-3, 1-3) looked nothing like the team that began the day leading the Sun Belt in scoring at 42 points per game. The Panthers' previous two losses were by a combined 10 points with both coming down to the final possession. The Chants struck first to take a 7-0 lead on Heiligh's 35-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter. On fourth-and-seven, McCall connected with a streaking Heiligh on a wheel route as the receiver got behind cornerback Quavian White down the left sideline.

Coastal Carolina made it 14-0 when Marable, coming out of the backfield, ran a route down the left side to easily beat outside linebacker Jordan Strachan for an 18-yard score in the second quarter. The Chants, who churned out 430 yards of total offense, led 34-0 at halftime after Reese White scored on a 13-yard run, Heiligh caught a 10-yard pass for his sixth TD reception of the season and McCall ran for a 2-yard score. Marable added a short TD run on the opening drive of the third to make it 41-0, and Kameron Brown had a touchdown catch near the end of the third. McCall, who missed last week's win over Georgia Southern with an upper body injury, and several of the starters left the game for the entirety of the fourth. Coastal Carolina began the game tied for first in the Sun Belt and ranked 11th nationally with a plus-four turnover margin, including seven interceptions. It added another pick against and fumble recovery against Georgia State. - Coastal Carolina/AP College Football


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  No. 25 Coastal Carolina will play its first game as a ranked team without starting quarterback Grayson McCall. The team said the freshman would miss the game with Gerogia Southern on Saturday because of an upper body injury. Backup and former starter Fred Payton will open at quarterback. McCall is from Indian Trail, North Carolina, and has been a big reason for the Chanticleers' rise this season. He leads the Sun Belt Conference in passing efficiency with 11 touchdowns against one interception for Coastal Carolina (4-0). McCall threw for two touchdowns and ran for a third when Coastal Carolina defeated then-No. 21 Louisiana-Lafayette 30-27 for its first victory over a ranked opponent. - AP College Football

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  Through four games, McCall has completed 59 of 87 passes (68%) for 930 yards and 11 touchdowns with one interception, and is second on the team in rushing with 184 yards and three scores on 42 carries. "For me it was more of a matter of when and not if," Hertz said. "He's just too talented and he really demonstrated a ton of leadership and maturity his senior year, and I was just really hoping that would carry over into college and obviously it did." McCall, a business major, is third in college football in QB Rating (passing efficiency) behind only Alabama's Mac Jones and BYU's Zach Wilson, and is fifth in total QBR behind Jones, Florida's Kyle Trask, Clemson's Trevor Lawrence and Georgia's Stetson Bennett.

His two turnovers this season - an interception and fumble - came in the first half against Arkansas State and contributed to the Chants falling behind 7-0 and 14-7. But he showed his resiliency by completing 20 of 29 passes for 322 yards and four touchdowns and rushing for 44 yards on 17 carries in the game to lead CCU to a big 52-23 win. "He was tough," Chadwell said. "It was good to see, because the first two weeks everything was rosy for him. He was great, he's not been touched, and [against Arkansas State] he was smacked around a little bit, and he responded. His toughness I think really showed through." - Myrtle Beach Online


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  For the second time this season, Coastal Carolina football's Grayson McCall was recognized by The Manning Award, sponsored by the Allstate Sugar Bowl, as one of the "Stars of the Week" for week seven. He was also honored for the weekly award back on Sept. 14, following the Chants' season-opening win at Kansas (Sept. 12). Playing in his first Sun Belt Conference road game, McCall went 17-of-24 for 202 yards and two scores through the air, while also running 11 times for 45 yards and a touchdown in the win at No. 21 Louisiana (Oct. 14) last week. On top of being responsible for three touchdowns, McCall directed a final drive for the Chanticleers that set up a game-winning field goal with four seconds to go in the 30-27 conference win. The win over No. 21 Louisiana was the program's first-ever win over an FBS top 25 nationally-ranked program and put the Chants at 2-0 in the Sun Belt for the first time in their four-year FBS history. - Coastal Carolina Football

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  Unbeaten Coastal Carolina is ranked for the first time in the program's short history. The Chanticleers from Conway, South Carolina, joined the FBS in 2017. They beat Sun Belt rival Louisiana-Lafayette last Wednesday to improve to 4-0. The loss knocked the Ragin' Cajuns out of the Top 25, but it still has been a banner year for the Sun Belt. The conference has had three of its teams ranked at one point or another. Never before had more than one Sun Belt team been ranked in any season. - AP College Football

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  For the second time this season, Coastal Carolina football's Grayson McCall was named to the Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award's Great 8 list, it was announced on Monday. McCall earned the honor for the first time this season on Sept. 14 following the season-opening win over Kansas (Sept. 12). Named the Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the Week earlier on Monday, the redshirt-freshman quarterback connected on 20-of-29 pass attempts for 322 yards, four touchdowns, and one interception in the Chants' 52-23 win over Arkansas State on Oct. 3. The 20 completions, four touchdown passes, and 322 passing yards were all career-highs for the young Chant quarterback who was making just the third start of his career. McCall also rushed a career-high 17 times for 44 yards. - Coastal Carolina Football

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  OCT 5 SUN BELT OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Grayson McCall, Coastal Carolina,...In only the third start of his career, the redshirt freshman connected on 20-of-29 pass attempts for 322 yards, four touchdowns, and one interception. The 20 completions, four touchdown passes, and 322 passing yards were all career-highs for the young Chant quarterback who was making the third start of his career. He linked up with six different Chant receivers on the day and also rushed 17 times for 44 yards, the second-most by a Chant in the win. After Arkansas State took a 7-0 lead late in the first quarter and put the Chants behind on the scoreboard for the first time all season, McCall immediately answered with a 72-yard touchdown pass to Isaiah Likely on the very first play of CCU's ensuing offensive series to tie the game up in just 12 seconds. He also led CCU on an 18-play, 94-yard touchdown drive in the second quarter that took 8:38 off the game clock. The 18-play scoring drive that took 8:38 off the clock is the longest scoring drive in terms of plays (18) and time (8:38) in CCU football history. For the game, with McCall at the helm of the offense, CCU dominated the time of possession at 41:21 to 18:39. - Sun Belt Football

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  Grayson McCall threw for 322 yards and four touchdowns to lead Coastal Carolina to a 52-23 victory over Arkansas State in both teams' Sun Belt Conference opener on Saturday. The Chanticleers are 3-0 -- including a victory at Kansas on Sept. 12 -- for the first time since 2015 after dominating time of possession by over 22 minutes. It was their first game since a win over Campbell on Sept. 18. Coastal Carolina completed a 94-yard drive that took over 8 1/2 minutes -- the longest drive in program history by both time and distance -- on McCall's 3-yard touchdown pass to CJ Marable with under minute left in the first half for a 24-14 lead. The Chanticleers added a nearly eight-minute drive to open the second half with McCall hitting Kameron Brown with a 3-yard score to lead 31-14. McCall, a redshirt freshman, was 20-of-29 passing, including a 72-yard score to Isaiah Likely. Jaivon Heiligh had 93 yards receiving and a score. The Chanticleers rolled up 539 total yards. - AP College Football

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  Grayson McCall threw for 273 yards and two touchdowns in his second career start and Coastal Carolina beat Campbell 43-21 on Friday night. C.J. Marable and Shermari Jones each had short touchdown runs in the first quarter and Jaivon Heiligh added a 21-yard touchdown grab in the second to give CCU a 21-3 lead. Reese White made it 28-9 in the third with another short TD run. Marable finished with 53 yards and two touchdowns for Coastal Carolina (2-0), which beat Kansas 38-23 last week. Marable entered needing 83 yards to reach 3,000 career rushing yards. The Chanticleers aren't scheduled to play again until Oct. 3. C.J. Freeman ran for 81 yards and one touchdown for Campbell (0-2), which has a four-game schedule before the Big South Conference plans to start in the spring. Brooks Stadium, which holds 20,000, had a limited capacity of fans due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Chanticleers are 14-4 in home openers, including a 30-23 loss to Eastern Michigan last season. - AP College Football

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  Redshirt freshman quarterback Grayson McCall was impressive in his first collegiate start at Kansas on Saturday, and he'll have more opportunities to impress as the season progresses. McCall beat out experienced juniors Fred Payton and Bryce Carpenter to earn the season-opening start and lead the Chanticleers to a 38-23 win over the Jayhawks. CCU coach Jamey Chadwell said the job is now his to lose. "We compete all the time, but it's his job," Chadwell said. "He earned that job and we're going to ride with him through the ups and downs of a freshman quarterback." As a redshirt freshman, Chadwell is not making McCall available to the media for now. But McCall spoke to CCU's sports information department following Saturday's win. "It's a really good start to the season," he said. "A lot of sacrifices up to this point for us to even just be able to play this game, so I'm really proud of the team and we're going to build on it and keep going."

McCall completed 11 of 18 passes for 133 yards and three touchdowns, and added 73 yards and two scores on 11 carries. He completed passes to six different players and led the offense to 318 yards and no turnovers. "It's one game, so I wouldn't say he's special right now," Chadwell said. "He played one game and did well. He could go out and lay an egg and you'll ask me why I'm playing him Friday. But he does have a great knack in the pocket, he's a tough kid, and the moment does not seem too big for him...He's got a pretty level head when he's out there on the field, and I do think that's got a chance to help him become hopefully a special player for us." - Myrtle Beach Online


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  Coastal Carolina now has two wins over a Big 12 opponent in 12-plus months, and may have found its starting quarterback for the remainder of the season. Chanticleers coach Jamey Chadwell started Grayson McCall at quarterback in a surprise move in the season opener Saturday night, and the redshirt freshman led Coastal to its second win over Kansas in consecutive years. McCall accounted for more than 200 yards of offense and all five CCU touchdowns and led Coastal to a 28-0 lead en route to a 38-23 win over the Jayhawks at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, Kansas. "We wanted to get off to a fast start and we did defensively and we did offensively," Chadwell told WRNN 99.5 FM. "In the first half we really played almost a flawless game." Coastal's 12-7 win at Kansas last year was the program's first over an opponent from a Power Five conference. "Last year you could have said it was a fluke. There's no way you can say that this year," Chadwell said. McCall completed 11 of 18 passes for 133 yards and three touchdowns, and added 73 yards and two scores on 11 carries. "I thought he played really well," Chadwell said. "I think he hit a little rut there in the second half. I think he felt a little pressure there because they were making a comeback...Zero turnovers, he ran our offense, helped us control the clock. I thought he did a really nice job for us. "I'm very proud of him and his performance." - Myrtle Beach Online

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  Coastal Carolina might want to start scheduling a trip to Kansas every season. Grayson McCall threw three touchdown passes and ran for two more scores, the Chanticleers forced the Jayhawks into three early turnovers, and the coach Jamey Chadwell's bunch rolled to a 38-23 victory early Sunday. It was the second consecutive years that the young Football Bowl Subdivision program had won in Memorial Stadium. "Great win for our program," Chadwell said. "Just proud of the effort." He was proud of the Sun Belt, too. Louisiana bludgeoned No. 23 Iowa State and Arkansas State rallied to beat Kansas State earlier Saturday.

By the time Coastal Carolina wrapped things up about 1 a.m. local time, its lightly regarded league was 3-0 against the mighty Big 12 with all the wins coming on the road. "We didn't want to let the Sun Belt down," Chadwell said. "Hopefully people back on the East Coast were awake to see it." There were no fans on hand for the Jayhawks' opener because of the coronavirus pandemic. Then again, considering they trailed 28-3 at halftime, there probably wouldn't have been many left under normal circumstances - and combined with the 9 p.m. kickoff due to television, it meant few people probably saw it. - AP College/Coastal Carolina Football


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