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Dudley Guice
WR #13
Height:
6-3
Weight:
209
Age:
28
College:
Northwestern State
Experience:
R

Biography

Dudley Guice – WR – 6-3 – 209 – Northwestern State

Signed by Titans as an undrafted free agent on April 30, 2009…in four-year career at Northwestern State, posted 78 receptions for 1,213 yards and 11 touchdowns…added 11 rushing attempts for 84 yards and two touchdowns and 12 kickoff returns for 182 yards…three-time member of Southland Conference All-Academic Team…as senior (2008), led Demons with 606 receiving yards, 35 catches and six touchdown receptions…was 2008 SLC Football Scholar-Athlete of the Year…missed three games with ankle injury…in final career game, set career highs with 11 catches for 190 yards at Stephen F. Austin in “Battle for Chief Caddo”…as junior (2007), led team with 470 receiving yards and four touchdowns on 28 receptions and added two rushing touchdowns…as sophomore (2006), recorded 14 receptions for 138 yards and two touchdowns, missing significant time with broken jaw…as freshman (2005), played seven games, primarily on special teams…redshirted in 2004…graduated cum laude (3.61 GPA) with criminal justice degree in May 2008…at Trinity Episcopal (Natchez, Miss.), earned All-Metro MVP honors as well as All-South State, two-time All-Metro and three-time All-District honors…as senior, helped team to 13-0 record and state title…also was three-time All-District selection in basketball, helped track and field team win state championship and lettered one year in baseball…splits time between Nashville and Fayette, Miss.…interested in becoming federal agent following football career…after receiving college diploma, started taking classes for master’s degree in global terrorism and turned down FBI internship to pursue NFL career in spring 2009…cousin Marcus Fleming played basketball at Alcorn State and then played professionally in Argentina…born Dudley Guice, Jr. on May 28, 1986 in Fayette, Miss.

Dudley Guice – WR – 6-3 – 209 – Northwestern State

Signed by Titans as an undrafted free agent on April 30, 2009…in four-year career at Northwestern State, posted 78 receptions for 1,213 yards and 11 touchdowns…added 11 rushing attempts for 84 yards and two touchdowns and 12 kickoff returns for 182 yards…three-time member of Southland Conference All-Academic Team…as senior (2008), led Demons with 606 receiving yards, 35 catches and six touchdown receptions…was 2008 SLC Football Scholar-Athlete of the Year…missed three games with ankle injury…in final career game, set career highs with 11 catches for 190 yards at Stephen F. Austin in “Battle for Chief Caddo”…as junior (2007), led team with 470 receiving yards and four touchdowns on 28 receptions and added two rushing touchdowns…as sophomore (2006), recorded 14 receptions for 138 yards and two touchdowns, missing significant time with broken jaw…as freshman (2005), played seven games, primarily on special teams…redshirted in 2004…graduated cum laude (3.61 GPA) with criminal justice degree in May 2008…at Trinity Episcopal (Natchez, Miss.), earned All-Metro MVP honors as well as All-South State, two-time All-Metro and three-time All-District honors…as senior, helped team to 13-0 record and state title…also was three-time All-District selection in basketball, helped track and field team win state championship and lettered one year in baseball…splits time between Nashville and Fayette, Miss.…interested in becoming federal agent following football career…after receiving college diploma, started taking classes for master’s degree in global terrorism and turned down FBI internship to pursue NFL career in spring 2009…cousin Marcus Fleming played basketball at Alcorn State and then played professionally in Argentina…born Dudley Guice, Jr. on May 28, 1986 in Fayette, Miss.

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