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  Media obligations for ULM receiver started early for Boogie Knight on Wednesday morning, but the senior receiver didn't require a wake-up call. One of the most tireless players on the team, Knight was up at 5 a.m. in order to get in a workout before representing the Warhawks during Sun Belt Conference Media Days. "Slacking would be the last thing I'd do," Knight said. "I feel like every day, every month, every year, I've got to try to elevate my game. How hard I was working last summer, I thought I was pushing myself to the limit. But each year, I try to level up and push myself that much harder." A native of Jefferson, Ohio, who transferred to ULM from Akron before last season, Knight has amassed 2,819 career all-purpose yards on 230 touches (12.3 yards per play).

He needs 181 all-purpose yards to reach the 3,000-yard career milestone. After playing for ULM coach Terry Bowden at Akron, Knight came to Monroe, Louisiana, to follow his football dreams. Knight's father passed away when he was 9 years old and the work effort comes in part from a childhood promise. "Some of it is God given," said Jeremiah Knight, who was nicknamed Boogie by his father for his elusive running style. "I was born with this mindset, but it was that on top of what happened when I was a kid. Seeing what happened to my dad and that promise I made to him about making it to the NFL. The NFL is on my mind from the second I wake up to the second I fall asleep. That's what drives me." - Louisiana-Monroe Football

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