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Name: Westin Elliott (Transfer from Louisiana Tech)
College: Merrimack     Number: 0
Height: 6-4   Weight: 235
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC...Transfer from Louisiana Tech

 Westin Elliott, Merrimack, Player News


  Westin Elliott threw three touchdown passes, Merrimack added touchdowns on a punt return and interception return, and the Warriors defeated Wagner 35-26 on Saturday. Wagner's backup quarterback Guenson Alexis scored on a 6-yard run to draw the Seahawks within 28-26 with 4:15 remaining but their two-point conversion attempt failed. After a Merrimack punt, Alexis was intercepted by Anthony Witherstone, who returned it 29 yards for a touchdown. Merrimack (5-4, 2-3 NEC) led 21-20 midway through the third quarter when the Warriors' Darion McKenzie returned a kickoff 50 yards to give Merrimack the ball at the Wagner 40. Two plays later, Westin Elliott hit LJ Robinson with a 35-yard touchdown pass and a 28-20 lead.

Jacari Carter returned a punt 76 yards for a Merrimack touchdown that helped the Warriors take a 21-13 lead into halftime. Wagner (0-9, 0-5) gained 367 yards on the ground on 71 rushing attempts with Alexis gaining 93 yards on nine carries and Messiah Divine going for 88 yards on 23 tries. However, Alexis and Quincy Guy-Barnes combined to go only 7-of-18 passing for 36 yards with a touchdown and the pick-6. Merrimack's success was through the air, with Elliott completing 21 of 31 passes for 231 yards. The Warriors put up 35 points despite being held to less than 300 yards of total offense (290). - Merrimack/AP College Football


(DS#999 QB) rSr/2022 QB Westin ElliottMerrimack
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  Westin Elliott completed 31 of 38 passes for 299 yards and five touchdowns to help Merrimack beat Long Island University 43-5 on Saturday. Four of Elliott's touchdowns were 15 yards or fewer. His 26-yarder to Jamari Venter gave Merrimack a 21-2 lead with 41 seconds left before halftime. Venter also carried it 15 times for 50 yards for Merrimack (4-3 1-2 Northeast Conference). Tyler Roberts caught nine passes for 98 yards and two scores. Jacari Carter added eight grabs for 48 yards and a TD. Merrimack was successful on three of four two-point conversion attempts, after getting a PAT blocked in the second quarter. Long Island (0-5, 0-2) was held to 183 yards and 11 first downs. The Sharks fumbled it on their opening possession and four plays later, Elliott connected with Pat Conroy for a 10-yard TD on fourth down. Long Island's second fumble led to Maurice Nelson's 9-yard touchdown reception for a 37-5 lead. - AP College Football

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  SEPT 27 NEC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: WESTIN ELLIOTT, MERRIMACK, QB, Sr., 6-5, 235 lbs, Shallowater, TX/Louisiana Tech,...Week 4 Stats: 379 yards total offense, 91.3 completion pct., 336 pass yards, 14.6 yards per pass attempt, 6 TD passes, 0 INT...Elliott was masterful during Merrimack's 47-10 road win over MEAC member Delaware State, accounting for the most-efficient passing performance in recent memory. Setting the Warriors' single-game program record for completion percentage, the 6-foot-5 field general completed 91.3 percent of his pass attempts with only two falling incomplete. No FCS passer has accounted for a better rate in a game this season when logging at least 20 attempts. Elliott connected on six scoring strikes through the air and was not intercepted during Mack's second-ever matchup with the Hornets. Throwing for 336 yards, he averaged an eye-popping 14.6 yards per pass. Each of Merrimack's first three second-half possessions ended with Elliott finding Pat Conroy for long touchdowns (75, 21, 25). - NEC Football

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  Westin Elliott completed 21 of 23 passes for 336 yards and six touchdowns - including three to Pat Conroy in the third quarter - as Merrimack scored 47 unanswered points in a 47-10 nonconference romp over Delaware State on Saturday. Jake Bridel's 24-yard first-quarter field goal and Jared Lewis' 4-yard TD toss to Trey Gross had Delaware State out in front 10-0 with 11:52 left in the second quarter. But Elliott capped scoring drives on back-to-back possessions with TD tosses of 7 yards to LJ Robinson and 10 yards to Hayden Fisher to put the Warriors (3-1) in front for good. Elliott broke the game open with TD passes covering 75, 21 and 25 yards to Conroy - pushing Merrimack's lead to 34-10 just 6:18 into the third quarter. Elliott's final scoring toss was a 2-yarder to Maurice Nelson 4 seconds into the final quarter. Tyvon Edmonds Jr. capped the scoring with a 2-yard run. Elliott also carried three times for 43 yards for Merrimack. Conroy finished with five catches for 139 yards. Lewis completed just 4 of 12 passes for 44 yards with one interception for Delaware State (1-3). The Hornets managed just 182 yards of offense. - AP College Football

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  Westin Elliott sandwiched a pair of second-quarter touchdown passes around teammate Anthony Witherstone's 35-yard interception-return score and Merrimack stunned Holy Cross 35-21 on Saturday to give the Warriors their first 2-0 start. Merrimack, which joined the Northeast Conference of the FCS in 2019, fell behind 7-0 before taking the lead for good in the second quarter against the reigning Patriot League champions. Elliott pulled the Warriors even at 7 when he connected with Johnny Rosario for a 22-yard score at the 12:51 mark. Two plays later Witherstone used one hand to pick off a Matthew Sluka pass, returning it for the go-ahead score.

Elliott made it 21-7 when he hit Jacari Carter with a 6-yard scoring strike with 9 seconds left before halftime. Matt Brehon added a 7-yard TD run in the third quarter and freshman Victor Dawson carried 19 times for 111 yards with a 4-yard TD run in the final period. Sluka connected with Spencer Gilliam for a 9-yard score and a 7-0 lead midway throught the first quarter for Holy Cross, but the Crusaders didn't score again until Jordan Fuller's 1-yard TD run with 4:32 left in the third quarter that cut the deficit to 28-14. Backup QB Marco Siderman threw a 28-yard TD pass to Gilliam in the final quarter to cap the Crusaders' scoring. - AP College Football


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  Westin Elliott threw for 374 yards and four touchdowns, and Merrimack opened its season by beating Division-II member St. Anselm 55-23 on Saturday. Merrimack trailed 9-0 before leading by just five points at the break. Merrimack had scoring runs of 21, spanning halftime, and 27 points to take control in the second half. Matt Brehon rushed for 57 yards, including a 26-yard run on fourth down to put Merrimack ahead 21-9. Kenneth Cooper scored his first collegiate touchdown on a 46-yard pick-six to make it 41-16 early in the fourth. Johnny Rosario caught five passes for 104 yards, and Anthony Norcia added 87 yards receiving and two scores for Merrimack. Pat Conroy, Tyler Roberts and Cam Tillman each had a receiving touchdown. Elliott, a transfer graduate student from Louisiana Tech, was 29-of-35 passing. Drew Willoughby was intercepted three times, going 22 of 51 for 172 yards. Merrimack won't return to Duane Stadium until Oct. 2 as the rest of its non-conference schedule is on the road. - AP College Football

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