Louisville - Mid Tenn

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  1. Nors

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    Mid Tenn

    c - Mark Thompson looking good for Mid Tenn

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    Brohm looking good

    They have a 6-6 WR Urutia that had a few nice posession catches last drive

  3. Letemburn

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    Urrutia is a top receiver in all of NCAA, along with Harry Douglas.
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    I actually really like Urrutia. Runs hard after the catch and is big.
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    Mario Urrutia, WR, Louisville

    Name: Mario Urrutia
    College: Louisville Number: 7
    Height: 6-6 Weight: 225
    Position: WR Pos2:
    Class/Draft Year: Jr/2009
    40 Time: 4.64 40 Low: 4.54 40 High: 4.69
    Projected Round: 1 Stock:
    Rated number 5 out of 184 WR's 27 / 1281 TOTAL

    Combine Results Pro Day Results
    Combine Invite:
    Height: 6056
    Weight: 225

    Draft Scout Snapshot: 13 GP; 12 GS; Rec: 58-973-16.8-6; Voted second team All-BIG EAST in '06. 11 GP; 5 GS; Rec: 37-797-21.5-7; Named second team All-BIG EAST in '05. Redshirted in '04.

    Career Notes

    One of the most explosive and productive wide receivers in school history... recorded 95 receptions for 1,770 yards in his career.

    2006 Season

    Voted second team All-BIG EAST... second on team in receptions with 58 and receiving yards with 973... has caught a pass in 15 straight games... recorded five receptions for 44 yards against Wake Forest...caught five passes for 78 yards against Connecticut... recorded seven receptions for 144 yards and a score against Pittsburgh, including a 42- yard touchdown reception... caught five passes for 38 yards against Rutgers... recorded six receptions for 113 yards and a touchdown against West Virginia (seven-yard fade).

    Caught five passes for 48 yards against Syracuse... tied a season-best with five receptions for 67 yards against Cincinnati... caught four passes for 134 yards, including a 68-yard touchdown pass against Middle Tennessee... also caught a 25-yard TD pass... caught two passes for 14 yards against Kansas State... caught four passes for 96 yards and a touchdown versus Miami, including a 56-yard touchdown reception... recorded five receptions for 110 yards and touchdown against Temple... scored on a 57-yard touchdown... caught two passes for 51 yards against Kentucky.

    2005 Season

    Named second team All-BIG EAST... selected Sporting News All-America ... ranks third on the team in receptions with 37... averaged 21.5 yards per catch... caught six passes for 95 yards and a touchdown against Virginia Tech in the Gator Bowl... tied his career-high for catches with seven for 58 yards and a touchdown versus West Virginia... recorded his third straight 100-yard performance with four catches for 138 yards versus Florida Atlantic and a 76-yard touchdown reception... recorded six catches for 133 yards in the loss to South Florida... exploded on the scene with seven catches for 175 yards and two scores against Oregon State... the 175 yards was tied for 10th best in school history... scored on a 69-yard pass reception and a 22-yarder... named to the BIG EAST Honor Roll.

    2004 Season


    High School

    One of the top recruits in the state of Kentucky... caught 65 passes for 1,159 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior... voted team captain... named the team's Offensive Player of the Year... won the "Our Boy Award" for being the team's top senior... grabbed 63 receptions for 1,054 yards and 11 scores as a junior... two-time All-District performer... Associated Press first team All-State selection... named to the Courier-Journal All-State team... picked as one of the top 22 players in the state by the Lexington-Herald Leader... Honorable Mention Nike All-American.


    Son of Ruth Annette and Mario Urrutia... born 1/18/86... Business major.

    Draft Scout Player News
    09/06/07 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: WR Mario Urrutia - The 6-foot-6 junior burned Middle Tennessee State last year for 134 yards and two touchdowns. He had a lackluster first week, grabbing only two catches against Murray State, and might be ready to respond.

    09/06/07 - Junior WR Mario Urrutia scored on a 71-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter against MTSU. It's the third touchdown reception of 70 or more yards in his career. Urrutia (7 catches, 142 yards) produced his eighth 100-yard receiving game of his career and matched his career high in receptions and TDs (2). Urrutia and senior WR Harry Douglas (8 catches, 100 yards) both extended their consecutive reception streaks to 17 games. TE Gary Barnidge recorded a career high 126 yards on four receptions and matched his career best with two TDs.

    09/04/07 - STILL NEEDS WORK: WR Mario Urrutia was left out of the offensive explosion for the most part. He had only two catches for 55 yards and dropped an easy screen pass.

    08/30/07 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: WR Mario Urrutia is promising big things this season. The 6-6 junior hauled in 973 yards and six touchdowns receiving a year ago, but he revealed this month that he played the final nine games of 2006 with a stress fracture in his right foot and painful shin splints. He is injury-free to start this season.

    12/13/06 - University of Louisville wide receiver Mario Urrutia said he is leaning toward returning to school next year rather than entering the National Football League draft. Urrutia is eligible for the draft as a redshirt sophomore. He has caught 53 passes this season for 929 yards and six touchdowns. “I think I’ve got a lot more to work on,” he said after Wednesday’s practice. “So more than likely, I’ll be coming back.” Yahoo! Sports reported earlier this month that Urrutia was one of several underclassmen who have requested evaluations from the NFL draft advisory board. The NFL has not made that list public. Urrutia said he hasn’t taken that step yet. “I was thinking about it, but I’m not sure right now,” he said. - Brian Bennett, The Courier-Journal

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