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Name: Caleb Medford (Transfer from Texas Christian)
College: New Mexico     Number: 4
Height: 6-3   Weight: 197
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Class/Draft Year: rJr/2026

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 Data Scout Notes: 2023: HMC...2022: 12-07-22 Transfer from Texas Christian

 Caleb Medford, New Mexico, Player News

  Standing on the sideline, cornerback Donte Martin shook his head and laughed when asked about the receivers he just spent the last two hours working to stop. "Their speed, how they came out of the breaks - way different than what we had last year," he said. And head coach Danny Gonzales? If he didn't share the laugh, he at least had the same thought. "The secondary around here has not had to work as hard, I guess," he said. "That's no longer. They've got to come every single day because there's some guys on the outside that can run by them; there's some guys that can make some competitive catches."

Caleb Medford is one of those guys. The TCU transfer and former three-star recruit shined in his first day out for the Lobos, working a 6-foot-3, 205 pound frame up to head-turning speed for some of the cleanest routes of the day. Maybe it was having some familiarity going up against a 3-3-5 (the Horned Frogs and New Mexico share the same base defense) or maybe it was simply the defense seeing him live for the first time. But there's a smoothness to his play and production that pairs well with an easygoing personality. If anybody generated some hype on day one, it was Medford. - Albuquerque Journal

(DS#999 WR) rJr/2026 WR Caleb MedfordNew Mexico
News Source: Albuquerque Journal
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