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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: NAC... (+) Coming off Sept 2022 Knee INJ...2021: NAC...Transfer from Marshall...2020: NAC



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  08/01/22 - WR Broc ThompsonrSr/2024, Purdue, 6-2, 190 (DS#58 WR) + More +

  David Bell and the 2,946 yards he accrued in three seasons at Purdue are gone. And for the first time since 2018, the Boilermakers do not have a wide receiver on the Biletnikoff Award watch list. But coach Jeff Brohm still likes the receivers surrounding quarterback Aidan O'Connell, who returns for a fourth season in 2022. Broc Thompson, who transferred from Marshall last offseason, caught seven passes for 217 yards and two touchdowns during Purdue's 48-45 win against Tennessee in last year's Music City Bowl. Thompson had surgery this offseason, but Brohm said the receiver is close to returning. - Lincoln Journal Star

(DS#58 WR) rSr/2024 WR Broc ThompsonPurdue
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  05/30/21 - WR Broc ThompsonrSr/2024, Purdue, 6-2, 190 (DS#58 WR) + More +

  Last season, Broc Thompson changed his number at Marshall from 88 to 13 to honor his younger brother, Cade, a young promising receiver who was battling cancer. Broc Thompson is now changing his location to be closer to his family. Thompson announced Saturday he's transferring to Purdue to join coach Jeff Brohm's program. The 6-foot-2, 188-pound receiver from Indianapolis entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal on Friday. As a sophomore for the Thundering Herd, Thompson caught 14 passes for 228 yards last season. For his career, the Ben Davis graduate made 33 catches for 562 yards. He'll bring experience to the Boilermakers' receiving group, which features David Bell, Milton Wright, T.J. Sheffield, Jackson Anthrop and Mershawn Rice. Thompson is the ninth transfer to announce plans to join Purdue's program in the offseason. - Journal and Courier

(DS#58 WR) rSr/2024 WR Broc ThompsonPurdue
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  05/30/21 - WR Broc ThompsonrSr/2024, Purdue, 6-2, 190 (DS#58 WR) + More +

  Marshall football lost its second wide receiver in two days to the NCAA transfer portal. On Friday, Thundering Herd sophomore wide receiver Broc Thompson announced his intentions to transfer on social media. "After much consideration, prayer and consultation with my family, I announce with a heavy heart that I will be entering into the transfer portal," Thompson said. "Thank you to all of the coaches, staff, and community of marshall for believing in me! The 75 will live forever in my heart! God Bless." Thompson and his family suffered through the toughest of years in 2020.

After going without football due to COVID-19 until summer conditioning, Thompson finally saw some light at the end of the tunnel as the Herd got back on campus in June in preparation for drills to start later in summer. In mid-July, though, his whole world changed as his little brother, Cade, was diagnosed with cancer. Thompson briefly left the team to be with family before returning for drills in August. When he returned, he donned the No. 13 in honor of Cade, who was a standout young receiver prospect at Ben Davis High School in Indianapolis. "He's better than I ever could be," Broc beamed of his brother in the 2019 season. - Charleston Gazette


(DS#58 WR) rSr/2024 WR Broc ThompsonPurdue
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