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Name: CJ Marable (Transfer from Presbyterian)
College: Coastal Carolina     Number: 1
Height: 5-07   Weight: 195
Position: RB  Pos2: KR
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2021

40 Low: 4.52
   40 Time: 4.58
  40 High: 4.64
Projected Round: 7-HPFA  Stock:    

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Height: 5067
Weight: 195

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Dates: 03/23/21
Hand: 09 1/4  Arm: 29 1/2
Wingspan: 72

Height: 5067
Weight: 195
40 Yrd Dash: 4.58
20 Yrd Dash: 2.63
10 Yrd Dash: 1.64
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 17
Vertical Jump: 36
Broad Jump: 09'08"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.34
3-Cone Drill: 7.32

40 Time Range: 4.57-4.58/Projected 4.49
 

 



 Data Scout Notes: 2020: 1stC-RB&AP...P2ndC...2019: HMC...118-719-6.1-6 rush, 15-180-12.0-2 rec in 12 gms in '18. Transferred from Presbyterian College (SC) for spring '18. 1st team All-Big South w/181-1038-5.7-4 rush, 9-130-14.4-2 rec in 11 gms in '17. Signed w/Arkansas St out of HS.

 CJ Marable, Coastal Carolina, Player News


  In what will most likely be the final game played at Aloha Stadium, Team Kai edged Team 'Aina 15-13 in the Hula Bowl on Sunday night. Coastal Carolina's CJ Marable took home offensive MVP honors for Team Kai after carrying the ball five times for 17 yards and a 2-yard touchdown. It was Team Kai's lone touchdown of the game, as the rest of their points came on three field goals from Laval University's David Cote. Notre Dame's Nic McCloud was defensive MVP for Team Kai after picking off two passes for a total of 34 return yards. - Khon2

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  Coastal Carolina senior running back CJ Marable has been invited to the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl, the premier postseason all-star game for any draft-eligible college football players. Marable, who has entered his name in the 2021 NFL Draft, has also received invites to the East-West Shrine Bowl and the Hula Bowl. Marable earned All-Sun Belt first team honors twice - as a running back and as an all-purpose specialist - this season. - Coastal Carolina Football

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  2020 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM: CJ Marable, Coastal Carolina, All Purpose,...Marable leads the league in rushing yards (844), rushing touchdowns (12), total touchdowns (19), total points (114), and is tied for sixth in receiving touchdowns (7) on the season. He recorded 100 all-purpose yards or more in six of the Chants' 11 games played and recorded 97 and 96 yards, respectively, in two others. - Coastal Carolina Football

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  2020 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM: CJ Marable, Coastal Carolina, RB,...A two-time Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll selection, Marable has been the workhorse for the Chanticleers this season. The senior running back leads the Sun Belt East Division Champions with 1,176 total all-purpose yards this year - 844 rushing, 220 receiving, and 112 kick return yards. He is averaging 106.9 yards per game and has totaled 19 touchdowns on the season with 12 coming on the ground and seven via the passing game. - Coastal Carolina Football

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  Senior running back C.J. Marable has moved into second place on the all-time CCU career rushing list, and he's only getting stronger this season. The quick and shifty 5-10, 200-pound senior passed Aundres Perkins (2003-06, 2,343 yards) to move into second with 2,528 rushing yards in less than three full seasons at CCU, and trails former NFL RB De'Angelo Henderson, who had 4,635 yards in four seasons from 2013-16. Marable, who gained more than 1,000 yards as a freshman at Presbyterian before transferring, did much of the damage against BYU, rushing for 132 yards on 23 carries with two rushing TDs. - Myrtle Beach Online

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  Mateo Sudipo stopped BYU's Dax Milne at the 1-yard line as time expired and No. 14 Coastal Carolina beat the eighth-ranked Cougars 22-17 in short-notice showdown of 9-0 teams Saturday night. The Cougars (9-1, No. 13 CFP) were a late-week fill-in, traveling more than 2,200 miles to the South Carolina coast and eagerly stepping after No. 25 Liberty had to back out of the game Thursday due to COVID-19 concerns. It sure looked like an uphill climb for Coastal (10-0), the Sun Belt East champs, as BYU entered with one of the game's most dynamic passers in Zach Wilson and the fourth-highest scoring offense in the country at more than 47 points a game.

But the Chanticleers controlled the clock with three long touchdown drives and made plays when it counted - none bigger than when the freshman safety Sudipo corralled Milne a few steps from the end zone. It will go down as a 17-yard completion, but the Cougars needed 18 on their final play. That sealed Coastal Carolina's biggest victory in the program's four FBS seasons. Wilson was 19 of 30 for 240 yards, a touchdown and an interception. The Cougars defense, which had allowed less than 90 yards rushing a game coming in, was pounded by Coastal Carolina for 281 yards. CJ Marable rushed for 128 yards and two touchdowns for the Chanticleers. - Coastal Carolina/AP College Football


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  C.J. Marable ran for 157 yards and three touchdowns and No. 16 Coastal Carolina wrapped up the Sun Belt Conference East Division title with a 49-14 victory over Texas State on Saturday. The Chanticleers (9-0, 7-0) had 572 yards of offense in extending their winning streak to 10 games. They moved up to the Football Bowl Subdivision three seasons ago. Texas State (2-10, 2-6) closed its sixth straight losing season. It was the second-most points the Bobcats have allowed in regulation this season. Texas State held a moment of silence for sophomore defensive back Khambrail Winters, who was fatally shot Tuesday what the San Marcos Police Department said was a drug deal gone wrong.

Coastal took command early at Bobcat Stadium, scoring touchdowns on its first two possessions route to a 35-7 lead at the half. The Chants drove 81 yards on their opening possession for the game's first touchdown. Marable had five rushes for 67 yards in the seven-play drive, including a 14-yard scoring run 1:14 into the game. The senior running back followed that with a 9-yard scoring run on Coastal's second possession. The 45-yard drive was set up when Chants junior safety Alex Spillum forced and recovered a fumble. It was Texas State's fourth fumble of the season. Marable added a 23-yeard scoring run two minutes into the third quarter. He closed with 16 carries, averaging 9.8 yards per attempt. The Chants rushed for 406 yards and five touchdowns. - Coastal Carolina/AP College Football


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  Coastal Carolina senior running back CJ Marable was one of three players named to the Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll, the Louisville Sports Commission announced on Monday. It marks the second time this season he has been recognized for the weekly honor roll, earning the first honor on Oct. 5 following the Chanticleers' win over Arkansas State (Oct. 3). Marable was joined on the honor roll by Khalil Herbert of Virginia Tech and Jaylen Waddle of Alabama. In the Chanticleers' 30-27 conference road win at No. 21 Louisiana (Oct. 14) last Wednesday, Marable led the way on the ground for the Chanticleers' offense with 73 yards and a score on 17 carries. The versatile running back also added three catches for 40 yards and a touchdown in the passing game and finished the game with 113 all-purpose yards. 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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  Coastal Carolina senior running back CJ Marable was one of three players named to the Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll, the Louisville Sports Commission announced on Monday. In the Chanticleers' 52-23 win over Arkansas State last Saturday, Marable led the way on the ground for the Chanticleers' offense with 63 yards and a score on 15 carries while also eclipsing the 3,000 career rushing yards mark in the process. The versatile running back also added four catches for 25 yards and a touchdown in the passing game and had one kickoff return for 15 yards. Overall, he finished the game with 103 all-purpose yards. - Coastal Carolina Football

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  C.J. Marable could not have hand-picked a better opponent to reach a milestone against. Marable, who was shunned by Arkansas State in his recruiting process out of high school after committing to the Red Wolves, eclipsed 3,000 rushing yards in his collegiate career Saturday. Marable gained 63 yards rushing with a touchdown on 15 carries and added four receptions for 25 yards and a touchdown. He now has 3,032 rushing yards in one season at Presbyterian in the FCS and three at the FBS level at CCU. He's just 6 rushing yards shy of 2,000 at Coastal. "I feel blessed to be able to get the win and get the record against Arkansas State, obviously with what happened with me and Arkansas State, so it's a blessing to be able to do that," Marable said. - Myrtle Beach Online

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  2020 PRESEASON ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): RB - CJ Marable, Coastal Carolina,...In his first season as a feature back last year, Marable led the team in rushing with 1,085 yards which ranked fourth in the Sun Belt. He etched his name in the CCU record books as he became just the fourth Chant to rush for over 1,000 yards in a single season. His 1,000-yard rushing season was only the sixth in school history joining De'Angelo Henderson (2014, 2015, and 2016), Lorenzo Taliaferro (2013), and Patrick Hall (2004). One of four team captains for 2019, Marable led the team in rushing attempts (204), rushing touchdowns (11), total touchdowns (14), and all-purpose yards (1418), while ranking second on the team in receptions (38) and receiving touchdowns (3). - Coastal Carolina Football

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  2019 ALL-SUN BELT HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): CJ Marable, Coastal Carolina (Jr., RB, Decatur, Ga.),...In his first season as a feature back, the junior running back led the team in rushing with 1,085 yards on the season which ranked fourth in the Sun Belt. He etched his name in the CCU record books as he became just the fourth Chant to rush for over 1,000 yards in a single season. His 1,000-yard rushing season is only the sixth in school history joining De'Angelo Henderson (2014, 2015 and 2016), Lorenzo Taliaferro (2013) and Patrick Hall (2004). One of four team captains for 2019, Marable led the team in rushing attempts (204), rushing touchdowns (11), total touchdowns (14), and all-purpose yards (1418), while ranking second on the team in receptions (38) and receiving touchdowns (3).

Marable, who ranked third in the Sun Belt in total touchdowns (14), fourth in scoring (86), and seventh in all-purpose yards per game (118.2), totaled six 100-yard rushing games on the season. His six 100-yard rushing games was the third-most in the Sun Belt, while his career-high game of 172 rushing yards at ULM on Nov. 23 was the seventh-most rushing yards in a game by a player in the Sun Belt in 2019. He also scored a touchdown either on the ground or through the air in 11 of CCU's 12 games on the season and has caught at least one pass in 20-straight games dating back to last season. - Coastal Carolina Football


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  CJ Marable rushed for 121 yards and a touchdown and Coastal Carolina snapped a three-game skid with a 24-21 victory over Texas State on Saturday in the season finale for both teams. Marable topped the 100-yard mark for the sixth time this season and finished the season with 1,085 yards on the ground to become the fourth Chanticleer to accomplish the feat. Coastal Carolina (5-7, 2-6 Sun Belt Conference) took a 7-0 lead midway through the second quarter when backup quarterback Fred Payton hit Shadell Bell for a 1-yard score. It was Bell's only catch of the game. Texas State (3-9, 2-6) used just one play to pull even - Tyler Vitt's 64-yard scoring strike to Mason Hays on first down with 3:07 left in the quarter.

The Chanticleers took a 14-7 lead in the third quarter when starting QB Bryce Carpenter connected with Isaiah Likely for a 28-yard TD with 3:42 remaining. Massimo Biscardi's 47-yard field goal early the fourth quarter stretched Coastal Carolina's lead to 17-7, but the Bobcats drove 67 yards in four plays - using a pass from wide receiver Hutch White to Vitt to pull within 17-14. Marable took over for the Chanticleers on the ensuing drive. The junior rushing for 46 of the 69 yards in the 10-play march that end with Marable's 3-yard TD run and a 24-14 lead with 4:03 left. - AP College Football


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  CJ Marable crashed into the end zone in the final seconds of the game, then skirted around the left side for the 2-point conversion to give Coastal Carolina a 36-35 win over Troy on Saturday afternoon. The Chanticleers fell short on the initial conversion try but Troy was called for pass interference in the end zone. Marable, who scored from the 3 for the touchdown, walked into the end zone on the next play for the victory. The Trojans still had 30 seconds remaining but were thwarted on a pass-and-lateral play that fell far short. It was the first Sun Belt Conference win this year for Coastal Carolina (4-4, 1-3).

Troy's Kaylon Geiger went up high over the defender to pull down a 23-yard scoring strike in the end zone for a 35-28 lead with 8:34 remaining in the final quarter. The teams traded punts before the Chanticleers mounted their 11-play, 71-yard winning drive. Bryce Carpenter threw for 285 yards and one score and Marable finished with 52 yards on 14 carries. Jaivon Heiligh caught 12 passes for 107 yards. Kaleb Barker threw for 385 yards for Troy (3-5, 1-3) with Geiger hauling in 12 for 145 yards. - AP College Football


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  Entering Saturday night's matchup between Kansas and Coastal Carolina, all eyes fell to the Jayhawks' Pooka Williams Jr. as he made his season debut following a single-game suspension, his offensive impact under new Kansas coach Les Miles eagerly anticipated. However, a 148-yard, two-touchdown performance by Coastal Carolina's CJ Marable quickly gleaned the spotlight, exceeding the output of Williams and leading the Chanticleers to a 12-7 victory over the Jayhawks in David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. Fred Payton connected with Marable for 20 yards to pick up the Chanticleers (1-1) lone touchdown of the first half; however, a missed extra-point attempt in conjunction with a shanked 31-yard field goal by Massimo Biscardi sent the Chanticleers to the locker room facing a 7-6 deficit.

In only their second season as a full-time FBS team, the Chanticleers were to overpower their first Big 12 opponent in program history for much of the evening, hanging 291 total yards of offense on Kansas compared to the Jayhawks' 280. Cracking a five-game losing streak, Coastal Carolina showed improvements offensively following a struggle-ridden opener against Eastern Michigan last week featuring four interceptions. - AP College Football


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