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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: PWCampPOY/PWuerffel/PHornung/PMaxwell/PDoakWalker...2021: 1stC...2020: NAC



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  08/29/22 - RB Rasheen AlirSo/2025, Marshall, 5-11, 211 (DS#10 RB) + More +

  2022 PRESEASON WUERFFEL TROPHY (COMMUNITY SERVICE) WATCHLIST: Rasheen Ali, Marshall, So., RB,...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. - Marshall Football

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  08/24/22 - RB Rasheen AlirSo/2025, Marshall, 5-11, 211 (DS#10 RB) + More +

  Marshall running back Rasheen Ali will be away from the Thundering Herd indefinitely as he deals with an unidentified issue. Ali earned first-team All-Conference USA and Freshman All-America honors after leading the nation in rushing touchdowns as a freshman. Ali ranked among the top running backs in the country during his breakout redshirt freshman season. He carried the ball 250 times for 1,401 yards rushing and 23 touchdowns, both marks that finished top 10 nationally. Ali was expected to be a dark horse All-America candidate in 2022.

"As soon as he is mentally, physically and emotionally ready to return, he will be back," Marshall coach Charles Huff said in a statement. "Our team and staff are doing a great job of supporting him and we are looking forward to getting him back soon. We do not have an anticipated return date at this time. When we do, we will let everyone know. Out of privacy and respect for Rasheen and his family, we will not comment further on this topic until he is back with us." - CBSSports.com


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  08/23/22 - RB Rasheen AlirSo/2025, Marshall, 5-11, 211 (DS#10 RB) + More +

  Marshall running back Rasheen Ali, one of the nation's top freshman rushers last season, is taking a leave of absence for undisclosed reasons, coach Charles Huff said Tuesday. Ali's exit comes less than two weeks before Marshall opens the season Sept. 3 at home against Norfolk State of the Football Championship Subdivision. Ali rushed for 1,401 yards and 23 touchdowns last season and was expected to be a big part of the offense again as Marshall enters its first season in the Sun Belt Conference. No timetable was given for Ali's return. - AP College Football

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  08/15/22 - RB Rasheen AlirSo/2025, Marshall, 5-11, 211 (DS#10 RB) + More +

  Everybody knows who Rasheen Ali is. After rushing for 1,401 yards and scoring 23 touchdowns in 2021 and making one award watch list after another during the 2022 preseason, Marshall University's star redshirt sophomore is increasingly well known. What people don't realize, however, is who that person actually is underneath the No. 22 jersey. Want to know? Get ready for a surprise, because Ali is one of the most thoughtful, introspective and self-aware athletes anyone ever will encounter. Ask him, for example, about all the watch lists and preseason honors Ali already has received in 2022. "It feels good, honestly, just knowing the work I've put in," said Ali. "It's not just me. I'm putting the work in with my teammates, my brothers. The work that we all put in - the offensive line - just trusting everybody. "It feels good just knowing that we all did it as a unit because I couldn't do it without them. So, it's really important that I just keep implementing it and just keep pushing each other each and every day. "I feel good about the honors, but I know at the end of the day that I couldn't get it without them, so I'm just super-appreciative of them."

Yet the key to Ali's success on the field is what he does off the field. It is called affirmations. "Affirmations is really just speaking stuff into existence, writing stuff down," explained Ali. "I'm always taking notes and just jot down how I felt that day and what I want to work on that day, how I want to feel tomorrow...I just really write about my day. "I really have a whole vision board and everything. It's hard to explain, but I have a vision board with all the goals I have. I did it last year and last year I missed. I had every goal except some money that I wanted to invest. I hit every goal but that. "I really just try to speak stuff into existence because your worry and your thoughts are your power. So, really just thinking about it and affirming it and really just owning what I believe in is really just a big impact on what I do." - Charleston Gazette


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  08/02/22 - RB Rasheen AlirSo/2025, Marshall, 5-11, 211 (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

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  08/02/22 - RB Rasheen AlirSo/2025, Marshall, 5-11, 211 (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 - RB Rasheen AlirSo/2025, Marshall, 5-11, 211 (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

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  07/20/22 - RB Rasheen AlirSo/2025, Marshall, 5-11, 211 (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 - RB Rasheen AlirSo/2025, Marshall, 5-11, 211 (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


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  12/17/21 - RB Rasheen AlirSo/2025, Marshall, 5-11, 211 (DS#10 RB) + More +

  2021 ALL-CONFERENCE USA FIRST TEAM (COACHES): RB: Rasheen Ali, RS Fr., Marshall,...Ali is currently tied for first nationally with 20 rushing touchdowns and is second with 22 total touchdowns and 11.0 points per game. He finished the 2021 regular season as the league's second-leading rusher at 103.4 yards per contest. - Marshall Football

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  11/20/21 - RB Rasheen AlirSo/2025, Marshall, 5-11, 211 (DS#10 RB) + More +

  Rasheen Ali rushed for 203 yards and three touchdowns and Marshall beat Charlotte 49-28 on Saturday to remain in the race for the Conference USA East Division title. Marshall (7-4, 5-2) will face division leader Western Kentucky (7-4, 6-1) next Saturday with the winner earning a trip to the C-USA championship on Dec. 3. Ali's 25-yard run opened the scoring for Marshall and he added a short touchdown run in the second quarter for a 14-7 lead. Ali's 4-yard score late in the third capped a string 28 unanswered points for a 42-14 lead. Sheldon Evans added 68 yards on the ground with two TDs for Marshall. Chris Reynolds was 19-of-34 passing for 176 yards and three scores for Charlotte (5-6, 3-4). Cameron Dollar caught two TD passes. - Marshall/AP College Football

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  10/30/21 - RB Rasheen AlirSo/2025, Marshall, 5-11, 211 (DS#10 RB) + More +

  Rasheen Ali ran for 133 yards and two touchdowns and Marshall shut out Florida International 38-0 on Saturday. The Thundering Herd ran for 246 yards and scored all five of their touchdowns on the ground and did not turn the ball over while the defense held the Panthers to just 288 yards of offense. Shane Ciucci kicked a 29-yard field goal in the first quarter to open the scoring and four different backs scored rushing touchdowns the rest of the way, including Sheldon Evans' 41-yard run to the end zone in the second quarter as Marshall ran for 246 yards. Grant Wells was 20 of 25 passing for 184 yards for Marshall (4-3, 2-1 Conference USA), which announced its intention to leave C-USA and join the Sun Belt before the game. Max Bortenschlager was 14 of 27 for 128 yards for Florida International (1-7, 0-4) and was intercepted once. D'Vonte Price ran for 51 of the Panthers' 108 rushing yards. - Marshall/AP College Football

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  09/04/21 - RB Rasheen AlirSo/2025, Marshall, 5-11, 211 (DS#10 RB) + More +

  Freshman Rasheen Ali scored the first four touchdowns of his collegiate career as Marshall dominated Navy 49-7 in Charles Huff's debut as head coach on Saturday. Huff was introduced as the Thundering Herd's coach nearly a year ago. While Marshall won a ninth-straight season opener, Huff broke a specific type of losing streak: the previous five first-year coaches had all lost season-opening road games. Ali scored his first TD from the 2, capping the game-opening drive. He added two more scoring runs - from the 3 and the 4 - staking Marshall to a 21-0 halftime lead. Ali scored a final touchdown with a plunge from the 1 midway through the fourth quarter.

Sheldon Evans scored Marshall's other two touchdowns with runs of 9 and 1 yards. Xavier Arline scored early in the fourth, crashing over from the 1, as Navy avoided the shutout thanks to 337 yards rushing. Marshall's defense recorded 126 total tackles - including 13 for a loss - to 66 by Navy's defense. Marshall held a 464-398 edge in total yards, largely thanks to Grant Wells completing 20 of 30 passes for 333 yards before being replaced by backup Luke Zban late in the game. Zban fired a 30-yard touchdown pass to E.J. Horton with 2:01 remaining. Four Midshipmen combined to complete 5 of 16 passes for 61 yards. - Marshall/AP College Football


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