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Shawn Bayes ran 4.29

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  1. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    Former Kent State wide receiver Shawn Bayes worked out today for Hamilton Ti-cats (as a fallback if he doesn't make a N.F.L. team) and he ran the 40 yard dash in 4.29/4.30/4.36 on the infield turf at their stadium. Bayes, who has consistently run in the 4.3's for U.S. scouts at his Pro Days, is a potential latter round pick/priority free agent type N.F.L. prospect due to his kick and punt return skills.
  2. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    Shawn Bayes
    # 4
    Wide Receiver - WR

    Height: 5-10 Weight: 181

    Sophomore

    Previous Affiliations
    Craigmont
    Previous Experience
    2L


    Memphis, Tenn.








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    Courtesy: Kent State Athletic Communications
    Release: 07/16/2008


    Bayes is the lone senior among the receiving corps...possesses tremendous speed, but coaches are looking for consistent output for 12 games...must stay healthy after missing four games with a knee injury...has earned three varsity letters.


    2007 Junior Season
    Started four games at wide receiver, making 14 catches for a career-high 234 yards, an average of 16.7 yards a catch, good for second on the team...had a 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Delaware State on Sept. 15, the first KSU kickoff returned for a touchdown since 1999 against Navy...returned three kickoffs altogether for 129 yards...led the team with a 29.2 yards per game average...tied for the team lead for touchdown receptions with three...was third on the team in scoring with 24 points and fifth on the team in all-purpose yards with 363...caught a career-high four passes for 100 yards and a touchdown against Delaware State, the first 100-yard game of his career...one of only two players to record 100 or more yards receiving in a game...caught three passes for 48 yards and a touchdown against Ohio on Sept. 29...caught two passes for 47 yards and a touchdown against Central Michigan on Oct. 27...appeared in eight of 12 games, missing four with a knee injury.


    2006 Sophomore Season


    Ranked 10th in the MAC with an average of 18.8 yards per kick return...scored on a 79-yard run on Kent State’s first offensive play Sept. 23 at Bowling Green...caught three passes for 59 yards in a 28-17 win vs. Temple on Oct. 7...had one reception for 11 yards in Kent State’s 17-7 loss to Ohio Oct. 28...carried the ball one time for three yards vs. Buffalo on Nov. 4...started seven games in a row at wide receiver for the Golden Flashes (games 4-11)...ranked fourth on the team in average all-purpose yardage per game with 49.6...collected 595 all-purpose yards...returned 22 kickoffs for a total of 413 yards, with a long of 43...rushed 12 times for 107 yards on the season...caught six total passes for a total of 75 yards.


    2005 Freshman Season


    Appeared in all 11 games as a true freshman as a backup wide receiver and as the team’s primary kickoff return specialist...earned the team’s Offensive Rookie of the Year Award...averaged 20.3 yards per kick return, second on the team...also was second in all-purpose yardage per contest, averaging 50.8 yards per game...totaled 15 receptions for 182 yards...averaged 12.1 yards per catch, fourth on the squad...posted a reception in 8-of-11 contests and had multiple receptions in six games...tallied a season-best three receptions against Buffalo Nov. 12...totaled a season-high 71 yards, including a career-best 45-yard reception in the season opener against Michigan State Sept. 3...had a season-long kickoff return of 47 yards at Ohio Sept. 24.




    Prior to Kent State


    Recieved all-state honorable mention honors his senior year as a reciever and defensive back...recorded seven touchdowns and 10 interceptions his senior year...totaled 548 yards and 15 interceptions in his career at Craigmont High School...was a track and field standout, winning the state championship in the 200-meters his junior year and finished second his senior year...200-meter runner up at Tennessee State meet in 2005 and in 2004 was the 200-meter state champion.



    Personal


    Born July 8, 1987...parents are Cornelius and Emma Jean Bayes...majoring in communication.
  3. BAT

    BAT Mr. Fixit

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    From his HS stats, he looks like he was a better corner than WR. Excels as a returner too. Added to the UDFA file. Thanks!
  4. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    your welcome bat, you never know you know, you might find a gem like that
  5. Biggems

    Biggems White and Nerdy

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    Add Shawn Bayes and Isaiah Williams as UDFA WRs......I like it.
  6. cowboyjoe

    cowboyjoe Well-Known Member

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    yep, biggems, always look for undrafted players, you might find a gem like;
    cliff harris, drew pearson; everson walls
  7. Biggems

    Biggems White and Nerdy

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    what about Bill Bates and Mark Tuinei......and Tony Simpson

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