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  08/02/22 - Rasheen AlirSo/2025, Marshall, 5-11, 201 (DS#10 RB) + More +

  2022 PRESEASON PAUL HORNUNG AWARD WATCH LIST: Rasheen Ali, Marshall,...Ali dazzled in his first season of collegiate competition, with 1,832 all-purpose yards and a total of 25 touchdowns (23 rushing, one receiving and one on a kickoff return). - Marshall Football

(DS#10 RB) rSo/2025 RB Rasheen AliMarshall
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  08/02/22 - Abraham BeauplanrSr/2023, Marshall, 6-1, 223 (DS#21 OLB) + More +

  2022 PRESEASON CHUCK BEDNARIK AWARD WATCH LIST: Abraham Beauplan, Marshall, Senior LB,...Beauplan led the Thundering Herd with 104 tackles (38 solo), 9.5 tackles for loss and two sacks to go with a forced fumble in 2021. He finished the regular season as the league's third-leading tackler. - Marshall Football

(DS#21 OLB) rSr/2023 OLB Abraham BeauplanMarshall
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  08/02/22 - Rasheen AlirSo/2025, Marshall, 5-11, 201 (DS#10 RB) + More +

  2022 PRESEASON WALTER CAMP PLAYER OF YEAR PLAYER TO WATCH: Rasheen Ali, RB, sophomore, Marshall,...The accolade is the latest for Ali, who has generated considerable preseason hype following his breakout freshman season in 2021. Last season, Ali dazzled in his first season of collegiate competition, with 1,832 all-purpose yards and a total of 25 touchdowns (23 rushing, one receiving and one on a kickoff return). The native of Cleveland, Ohio, ranked No. 1 nationally in rushing touchdowns and No. 10 in rushing yards. Overall, he led the nation in total touchdowns, rushing touchdowns and points scored. He ranked No. 10 nationally in all-purpose yards per game (140.9). - Marshall Football

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  07/22/22 - Rasheen AlirSo/2025, Marshall, 5-11, 201 (DS#10 RB) + More +

  2022 PRESEASON DOAK WALKER AWARD CANDIDATE: Rasheen Ali (So.), Marshall,...After a breakout freshman season, Marshall's Rasheen Ali has established himself as one of the best running backs in the NCAA. The Cleveland native was named to the Maxwell Award watch list Monday and then to the Doak Walker watch list. Ali had a stellar redshirt freshman season in 2021, finishing with 1,401 rushing yards and tying for the FBS lead with 23 touchdowns on the ground. He was named to the FWAA Freshman All-American team. - Wowktv.com

(DS#10 RB) rSo/2025 RB Rasheen AliMarshall
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  07/20/22 - Rasheen AlirSo/2025, Marshall, 5-11, 201 (DS#10 RB) + More +

  2022 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: Rasheen Ali, Marshall,...Running back Rasheen Ali had a sensational reshirt freshman season for Marshal in 2021 and was selected as the Football Writer's Association of America team as the top all-purpose players. Ali finished with 140.9 all-purpose yards per game in 2021, the 10th-highest average nationally and the top mark in Conference USA. He also led the nation in total touchdowns (25), rushing touchdowns (23-tied), points scored (150) and points per game (11.5-tied). The league's coaches also tabbed him a first-team All-Conference USA pick. For his efforts, the Cleveland, Ohio native was also named Marshall's Most Valuable Player at the program's postseason banquet. - Marshall Football

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  07/03/22 - Rasheen AlirSo/2025, Marshall, 5-11, 201 (DS#10 RB) + More +

  July 1 marked the official start of the Sun Belt Conference's expansion with James Madison, Marshall, Old Dominion and Southern Miss joining the conference. The official begin of the "new" Sun Belt marks the culmination of months of rumors, threats and drama that surrounded the decision for the four schools to jump to the Sun Belt. In 2021, three of the four schools announced they would be entering the conference following the 2022-2023 athletic seasons, while James Madison planned to join in July from the beginning. Things changed, however, as Southern Miss, Old Dominion and Marshall informed Conference-USA that they intended to also join the Sun Belt by July 1. The C-USA refused to accept the schools' departure and even released conference schedules for the 2022 football season including the three schools.

Marshall University then filed a lawsuit against the C-USA with the conference shortly thereafter agreeing to allow the schools depart for the Sun Belt early. In order to leave the C-USA early, the schools agreed to pay the conference $2 million for the early departure. Marshall, Old Dominion, Southern Miss and James Madison's move to the Sun Belt expands the conference's reach into new states, adding West Virginia, Virginia and Mississippi. "We are excited to officially welcome James Madison, Marshall, Old Dominion and Southern Miss as members of the Sun Belt Conference," Sun Belt Commissioner Keith Gill said. "This expansion to 14 members - and the regional rivalries it produces - makes the 2022-2023 academic year one of the most anticipated in Sun Belt history and signals the bright future that lies ahead of the conference." - The Troy Messenger


(DS#10 RB) rSo/2025 RB Rasheen AliMarshall
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  05/31/22 - Henry ColombirSr/2023, Marshall, 6-2, 215 (DS#65 QB) + More +

  Henry Colombi's college football career will end in Huntington, capping a long journey that has come with several twists and turns ahead of what will ultimately serve as his sixth and final year as a college quarterback. Colombi, a transfer from Texas Tech University, where he spent two seasons, has officially joined the Marshall football program after receiving his diploma from Texas Tech earlier this month. Prior to his time with the Red Raiders, Colombi spent three seasons at Utah State.

While he wasn't able to participate in Marshall football's spring practice and scrimmage game, Colombi was able to observe at a distance, getting a feel for the offense just through watching practice throughout the spring. Now he's officially a part of the Thundering Herd and is eager to hit the ground running. "It feels great," Colombi said. "I think being here in the spring has definitely helped me and helped the team build our chemistry, just being around the guys and letting them know what being a leader is. It feels good to finally be a officially part of the team and get rolling." Colombi is, by far, the most experienced quarterback on the Marshall roster, joining a group of five freshman who participated in spring ball and 2022 recruit Cole Pennington arriving this summer. In two years with the Red Raiders, Colombi appeared in 13 games and started nine. - Charleston Gazette


(DS#65 QB) rSr/2023 QB Henry ColombiMarshall
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  05/29/22 - Tim LawsonrSo/2025, Marshall, 6-4, 290 (DS#999 OG) + More +

  Marshall football head coach Charles Huff continues to utilize the transfer portal for one of the key areas of need on the offensive side of the ball, adding a second former Power Five lineman to the mix Thursday. Tim Lawson, who spent the last two seasons with the Louisville Cardinals, announced his commitment to the Thundering Herd on social media Thursday morning. Lawson adds to a running list of transfer portal pickups for Marshall and is the second offensive lineman to transfer from a Power Five program after ex-Rutgers big man Cedrice Paillant, who committed in mid-April.

For Lawson, the decision was easy, but multiple factors played in to his decision, including good first impressions by the coaching staff, Marshall's proven ability to produce NFL-caliber offensive linemen and familiarity with the offensive scheme. Listed at 6-foot-6 and weighing 305 pounds, Lawson adds a good deal of size to the offensive line and said he believes his experience at Louisville will translate well in Huntington. "I'm used to the game now. I'm used to college football," Lawson said. "I had my times where I seen how fast the game moves, and pretty much the same way how the offense is here, they pretty much run there at Marshall." A native of Fort Washington, Maryland, Lawson committed to Louisville after graduating from the National Christian Academy and spent two seasons with the Cardinals without appearing in any games. - Charleston Gazette


(DS#999 OG) rSo/2025 OG Tim LawsonMarshall
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  05/17/22 - Will UlmerrSr/2022, Marshall, 6-4, 310 (DS#65 OG) + More +

  Another former Marshall football player has now signed with a team in the National Football League. After receiving an invite to the Buffalo Bills rookie mini camp tryout, Will Ulmer has signed an undrafted free agent deal and will join the team this week as organized team activities (OTAs) begin. Ulmer, who holds the record for most starts (57) at Marshall, didn't hear his name called in the 2022 NFL Draft and said that it tested his faith in many ways. But it wasn't long until an invitation to rookie minicamp tryouts began to show up. "Initially I thought it was Green Bay, then that fell through. Then it was the Chiefs and I went and did their rookie minicamp this past weekend, and then it was the Buffalo Bills," Ulmer said. "I came up here and found some success with it." - Charleston Gazette

(DS#65 OG) rSr/2022 OG Will UlmerMarshall
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  Historically, the state of Florida has been a recruiting hotbed for the Marshall Thundering Herd football team, and that doesn't appear to be slowing down. Marshall picked up a commitment by Jadarius Green-McKnight on Tuesday, making him the third transfer to join the Herd from Florida State University this offseason. Wide receiver Bryan Robinson and running back Khalan Laborn were the first two ex-Seminoles to arrive at Marshall, doing so before spring practice began as they settled into their new roles.

Green-McKnight appeared in seven games in two years for the Seminoles, seeing action in the final five games of the 2020 season and was limited to just two appearances in the final two games of last season. He has recorded one tackle and arrives at Marshall with three years of eligibility remaining. A four-star recruit out of Dunbar High School in Florida, Green-McKnight was the No. 25-ranked safety in the country and No. 35 overall prospect in the state of Florida. He chose FSU over Miami, Tennessee, Notre Dame and Auburn, among others, according to 247 Sports. He entered the portal on April 21 and committed to the Herd just 12 days later. - Charleston Gazette


(DS#999 OLB) rSo/2025 OLB Jadarius Green-McKnightMarshall
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  05/04/22 - Khalan LabornrSr/2023, Marshall, 5-10, 205 (DS#999 RB) + More +

  As Khalan Laborn bounced off a tackle and finished off a 32-yard touchdown run on the final play of Marshall football's Green and White Game, it was a fitting end to the spring season for the Thundering Herd's running backs. Behind Rasheen Ali, Marshall's leading rusher of over 1,400 yards from last season, there's a handful of running backs looking to be the second guy in the one-two punch at tailback. A mix of Laborn, a sixth-year transfer, redshirt freshman Anthony James and true freshmen A.J. Turner and Isaiah Gordon made their impressions last Saturday, with Laborn seeing the most action of the four. They combined to carry the ball 19 times for 104 yards, without help from Ali or Ethan Payne, neither of whom saw snaps in the Green and White Game. "They've probably grown as much as the quarterbacks," Marshall coach Charles Huff said of the group. - Charleston Gazette

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  Florida State linebacker Jadarius Green-McKnight has entered the transfer portal, becoming the fourth Seminoles player to enter the portal since the end of spring camp last week. The 4-star prospect out of Fort Myers was part of FSU coach Mike Norvell's transitional recruiting class in 2020. He becomes the sixth player from that class to transfer and the 10th overall player to leave under Norvell. Green-McKnight made the switch from safety to linebacker and was featured as a backup on the two-deep depth chart throughout the season. He totaled one tackle in two games last season. The addition of transfer Tatum Bethune and the growth of redshirt sophomore DJ Lundy and freshman Omar Graham Jr. figured to limit the redshirt freshman's chances. - Orlando Sentinel

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  02/28/22 - Xavier GainesrSr/2022, Marshall, 6-2, 231 (DS#9 FB) + More +

  2021 ALL-CONFERENCE USA HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): TE: Xavier Gaines, RS Sr., Marshall,...Eleven (11) Thundering Herd players received honorable mention acclaim: long snapper Zach Appio, defensive linemen Koby Cumberlander, Jamare Edwards and T.J. Johnson, tight end Xavier Gaines, wide receivers Corey Gammage and Willie Johnson, safety Nazeeh Johnson, defensive back Cory McCoy, linebacker Eli Neal and quarterback Grant Wells. - Marshall Football

(DS#9 FB) rSr/2022 FB Xavier GainesMarshall
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  02/28/22 - Andre SamrSr/2023, Marshall, 6-0, 180 (DS#48 FS) + More +

  2021 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): DB Andre Sam, McNeese, Jr., Iowa, La.,...Sam finished second on the team in tackles behind Williams with 70 total stops. The junior from Iowa led the Cowboys with seven pass break-ups and added an interception. - McNeese Football

(DS#48 FS) rSr/2023 FS Andre SamMarshall
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  12/17/21 - Koby CumberlanderrSr/2023, Marshall, 6-3, 227 (DS#79 OLB) + More +

  2021 ALL-CONFERENCE USA HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): DE: Koby Cumberlander, RS Jr., Marshall,...Eleven (11) Thundering Herd players received honorable mention acclaim: long snapper Zach Appio, defensive linemen Koby Cumberlander, Jamare Edwards and T.J. Johnson, tight end Xavier Gaines, wide receivers Corey Gammage and Willie Johnson, safety Nazeeh Johnson, defensive back Cory McCoy, linebacker Eli Neal and quarterback Grant Wells. - Marshall Football

(DS#79 OLB) rSr/2023 OLB Koby CumberlanderMarshall
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